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. BARCMftS i -
Come In and see these bargains. They
are adorned with the diamond shaped
tags, and tha. extremely low- price, in
plain figures, so you cannot be mis
.'A few mora coal neater ire left 'and
w art going to offer them at absolute
ly tha wholesale cost to ua, to aloe
them out for this season,
RTS.all kinds,' CANlfb khifs .11
1 London, layer &n3 loose. v; 1 " "
.MEAT, Heinz and-home made. :
:AND.IMUTS,'lafg8stiiiieih Unfdn codhty -f': ; " J
UlS.and all tropical fruits. CRAPES Vome-1
inever seen here before.- - ;: - - t
There never was such an offer made
you. and you cannot afford to .miss,
this extraordinary . opportunity if you .
' are Kkeiy to need heater loon. . . .
;Alo'bhe 6 hdle Home Comfort "Range $ '? I
' M Rrvoir. g ood as newtmlrliO. V.J A
LEMON b AND i'ORANfiF" f Pf Al qdIcm t
1 o noie t.iit Range with reeroir,
onlylised 2 months, good aa sew
only $29.60. , . .. .
WO and CAT AWBAS; Imported direct from Spain
, s -s ' i ,
iU iyfgw Hesters to X. "'
r '7 i cost to ' Is. . Only 1 4 , ,vTi
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. inpt Delivery.
Fhone Main ,:
GEO. T. PARR.
C. B. SIMMONS. : . President
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Sec'y and Mgr.
Dealers 1h Grande ftohdef Valley Products
ruits Hay, Potatoes an Grain ::: "Apple a Specialty
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We will fumfslTyou 'any Itind
of ''hiw goods' and ' accept
your old good in exchange.
' Phone Red 1161
ft it). HAISTEN
Ul 8 Adam Avenue 215 Fir Street Store
Dealers In New arid Second iiaifd Goods
Phone Black 641
It B. HAISTEN
vfl AH GAINS
W'hiid1 all Vlnds of 'hew
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MONDAY JANUARY '"SI, 'iSbo
Published 'daily eitept in Sunday
ARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now ;
One year in advance ..,...,.........$6.ou
Sn months in advance ..... 5.60
Pr month .... .L.I '66c
Single copy 6c
CURREY BROS., ED'S AND PROP
see us before
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Jefferson Ave, and Greenwood St
La Grande, Oregon
Entered at the Post Office at La Grand
Oregon, as Second Class Matter, v ' t
(several cars of strictly fancy Mixed Timothy hay, which we quote
I prices, at $13.00 per ton. Wheat : hay at $11.00 per ton.
5 per cwt. J, i ; : :r
.e Supply , of Paper Wrapping paper," wax paper, 4 dishes, pulp
aper oyster palls," paper bags all sizes, and twine. The best
per and the lowest prices.
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jon 4Prucc Qompany
This paper1 wilf'notlpublish any article
appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject lo th
discretion of the editors.. "Please Vun
your articles' and save disappointment, "
OUplay Ad ntea rarolihwl upon apuiloatlon
Uwal Madias' noiteeeUto per lliis tt "tiuwr.
lion, 50 per lie ror eauh SDbMquem liuei.
xeaalaUoiie of eaadoleaoe, je par Una. .
rQ of tbaoka, be per line.
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R XMAS PURCHASES!
S AND TOILET
tm the Natural Flowers
to our perfume depart-
our. -perfumes direct
Vs.-'" By careful tudy
Ihtlon' to' the Wants off
are' able to' offer you.
id line of perfumes. but'
of Ufalets. box papers!
grado view tablets. .
To the ' particular buyers of toilet
waters we will merely say that you
are sure to find what you want in our J,
stock, from the 26c bottle up. Roger
-Gallet's, Colgates. Ricksecker's, e
Palmer's. Plnarid's. "4-7-11". Hud- J
nut's etc. We Invite you all to come
in and inspect1 our perfume depart- e
rriept. For Quality and prices it can-
not be beat.
E0R THE TOILET ;
All th best brands of powders,,
lOliuns, U4ps, I.UIU biaanis, wwiwwmi
massage creams, manicure accessories,
etc., are to be found in our stock.
Itan pleas th most cfltical.
h T. HILL.
Pfiigsist -"LA "GRANDE. OR
, D. FITZGERALD. Proprietor . i
hpfete Machine- anops ano rounary . .
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jcksmiths. We manutacture me nizgeraia nouor r.
igi and cheapest mill on ' the market ' Our shops are
th machinery U handle any sized work, nothing too large
0 small. Highe prices paid for old cast iron.
1ERY " Small embroidery hooks :
I On. Dollar. SWITCHES
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Wellman :& Company
'ChHUSANt fOR TILLMAII
MORMON ' SORDAY SCHOOLS BEST
In th face of th widespread hostility
that prevail toware the Mormon xhurch,
chiefly because of the doctrine of polygamy
which has been fn the past and ltelievd
by many still to be 'one of its principal
features,' the zeal of Its members,' "spec
ially in the training of the young, ha to
be admired. -'Among the' Mormons, mor
perhaps than in any other "denomination,
it appears to be recognized that th body
which makM the 'most Tf "It Sunday
School will have the greatest growth.
The lack of general interest taken in
the Sunday Schools throughout the country
is a suDject 01 sorrow ana regret to many
pastors aind 16 the ' U w Who ' r ' activ
worker in' that branch of 'church work.
Figures recently appearing in a news
paper item showing the percentage of in
crease among 'Various 'refigkws bodies
during the 1 6 years from 1 890 to 1 906
were as follows: Catholic' 7"4 r'cent;
Episcopal, 62; Lutheran, 49; Methodist,
40, r Congregational, $6; Baptist, it. th
rMormons are said to have increased dur
ing the sam period at the aniazing rat
of 107 per cent, and the raason advanced
is that they have th best Sunday School
in thecoontry. ., : .-. y
The Mormon parents make it a duty to
see that their children are regular in at
tendance at Sunday School. Among other
denominations the Subject 'appears to be a
matter of entire unconcern to a large pro
portion of the parents, and their disregard
of the Sunday School quickly descends to
th children! In the Mormon Sunday
Schools there are 40 per cent more men
teachers than womsn, while in th Oentil
churches of the land the relative propor
tion is reversed. The woman male prob
ably fully a capable teacher a th man,
but there 'would be a1 moral effect in a
larger participation of nien," Especially in
ts influence upon boys, that cannot be
It has been estimated that BS per cent
of the church membership must b looked
for In the Sunday Schools. If the latter
are neglected, if the present adult "mem'
be r ship of th chuichet by carelessness or
otherwise discourage the children from at
tending, it is not difficult to foresee what
the ultimate result will be. Spokesman-
"Marty "iii Stockholder before 'tillman'
time has Wished he had no record behind
him, but the wish has probably been
brr.,;',.t br?" Rwr - Tmn with
more than th usual "dull, sickening thud."
Tillmanias all -will recall,' nas been
mixed bri with :the v President 'oVer' the
Browrivlle1nc1de'nt invwhich ''the resi:
dent' discharged three companies of negro
troops for shooting up th towirof Browns
ville, Texas, and Incidentally killing one
man and Wounding another so that he lost
an arm, and fn Which vera! Womn ini
childrtn tiar'rbwl etcaped death.
In 1 894 Yillman wa goyernor of iSouth
Carolina and some trouble arose over the
enforcement of th new dispensary law
such that Tillman ordered the state troops
to seize the telegraph ttffle ilvCohimbia,
that sUte, and to intercept tnd read all
ing in tWh'tt direction. " TWtroops
partoried this' duty one night and 'then
sent iq their resignation because they did
hot wish to spy upon' their neighbor.
Tillman refused to accept theirfesfgnations
and summarily dismissed thm from ' tha
sef vie1 of (he 'stt as "men 1 unworthy to
wear it uniform.''
Thee troop were all' white' men, too,
but they were dismissed fa disgrace, 'not
for irmrderand rlotmg.4 but--1iTip1y "W
cause they wlsHd"td?es1gn 'rather" than
to t placed Triffie '"position of meddling
With th private affair of other - white
Yet Tillman claim that the ''President
has exceeded his authority in ordering the
dismissal of these troops! Boise Capital
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f If sriowralnOi" cdfd'j.ets ' Into ,your I hobseViincler a Jt
door, buy a Daisy Automic Oodr Strrp add yoU uUI ;
! rKave nc farther trouble.
Th tubdividing of Grand Ronde valley
into two counties would be - an "abortion
that woold condemn th . intelligence of
(h present generation for all Mm to
Senator Foraker isn't sur yet whetiiw
he will be a candidate for President In
J908 or cot.: He can-tell better -after-tie
get thrgh',wuh this 'itegTO fWuWoa
1 Udrartde' hatWnJaed th best sligh-
ihf in years, the past few day. - In fact,
this is all we have had for many years,
atnd yomfg'arid old arc taking 'advantage
; ; POSITION WANTED
By competent man in the Grocery
business, ha haJ year of experience,
Inquire at this office.
Just received a 'carload of
ill In' t.'Xiiiiiii'.'J.J.iiil.i
We H. BOHNfeWKAlVlvP CO
pHarHwjir-'Stnti nrirt rnrtitttite N 1 ' ' V 1
Crockery and Buildlnl Materials
La Grande 'Natiimdl Bank
'ESTABLISHED 1 87 1
United States "Depositary
W. L. BRENHOLTS.
. 1st Assistant Cashis.
' Capital arid Surplus, ,v -
.1EORQE P'AL'MEIR. Prisidimt. . .. J. M. BERRY. Vtoi Pmsranrr.
F. L. MEYERS, Cashiih.
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C. S. W1LUAMS,
; 2nd AtsiTAT Ciif .
George l' cleaver, ' 1?. M; BYbkrr.' . .a'boSnle: 4
C C. PENINGTtfN. ; VF.J. HOLMES.
CJotrtparatWe staterheut showing growth oftti 1 bank's 'bUtlhsss in th
pact three year ' ,
January 2nd 1 906
January 2nd 1906
January 2nd 1907
Total volume of business
Capital...- ..$ 60,000.00
Suptu and Undivided Property 1 6,000.00
Liabilities of Shareholder..- 60,000.00
-Condunerru" -r tupertision of' United"
Btat. Bank Exafrilrfel. '"l
' Glad to continue Id cn.xmers and pleased to meet - new onee.
A General Banking hh- tx.ianpc bueintse Conducted.
Loan made on approv Secx T.y . (
Highest Market Price paid ior L .n C -nty Warrants and City of j
La Grande Warranto. Be suie to c. .. on u when you have warraats -
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LAIC. JLWCLKT AKKIVALd IsllW UN CAnlUlIION T
J. H. P'EAR'E, 5
La Grands' Leading , t
'Jeweler and Optician j
Opposite U.S. Land Office ,
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FINEST STOCK Of DEPENDABLE JEWELRY IN CITY
with President Roosevelt