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FOS SALE Four brood sows, one Pol
and China bore and four shoates. B. M.
Ghamd. May Park. Phone Black 1016'
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
FCR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone Red 281.
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING All
orders promptly filled., . Prices reason
able. Call at 1903 5d st. between
Park and Adams Ave. Phone Red 711
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Furnished housekeeping rooms in suites
of two, three or four, in central loca
tion. Also four room house. Phone
Red 672 or call at 1419 Adams Ave.
FARM FOR RENT 600 acres well
improved, 5 miles from Island City.
J.h runt None but :lia bis parties
need apply. Inquire at Adcocks &
Fritz furniture store. La Grande.
FOR RENTFurnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply at corner of 0.
and Bth Street, U02O St.
7jR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS . OF
TITLES go to the La Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande Ore., in
. JR SALE Eight sous, 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 nr address, John Gavan. La
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amount
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment com
FOR SALE-Polen China boar 9 months
old for exchange or sale, also several
smaller ones for sale, also two Jersey
milch cows for sale. Apply to H. Vehrs
La Gra-.de, R. F. D. Mo. 1 also Vergere
FOR SALE Two acres, one block east
of new school house, two dwellings, and
other improvements. Will sell cheap
for cash if sold at once. Water right
with place. Inquire of W.T. Davis,
La Grande, Oregon.
LOST Party who found package of hair
on 4th Street between M and P will
kindly return to Mrs. Forrest's Millinery
store and receive reward.
FOR SALE An Edison Concert Phono
graph everything complete and. in good
condition. Inquire at Al Andrew's
M A D E
GOOD AS NEW
Lounges and couches upholstered.
Mattresses recovered and generaly
renovated, carpets cleaned and put
Special Furniture Made to Order.
All Work Called For and Delivered
J. II. IIILLMAN
Cor N. Depot
and Monroe St.
A BRAND NEW
Having again reopened a paint and
wall paper store, will be pleased to
again see all my old customers and
many new ones. My goods are the
best and prices the lowest. Call
on me and I can save you money.
Sherman Williams Paints, $1.60
pa' gallon, quarts 46 cents. Every
thing else in Painting and Paper-hanging.
H. A. Staniels I
1420 ADAMS AVENUE
La Grande, Oregon.
Black 1781 :
FOUND A pair of gold rimmed glasses
In case. Owner call at this office.
WANTED 600 bush, good, clean seed
oats at once. State price and location.
Amalgamated Suoar Company.
FOR SAL i At a bargain, several pieces
of good furniture. Apply to Wm
Grant's residence or office early.
FOR RENT A new store building, 60x
60. Furnished and unfurnished rooms
for rent. Inquire at new Harris building
of Mrs. Harris.
FOR SALE 200 acres of pasture land,
close in to La Grande, cheap if sold at
once. Apply to Real Estate, Loan &
FOR SALE 10 acres improved, 2 miles
of city, best of soil finest for orchard,
beets or gardening. $1500. cash
P. C. LKM C 30 A bargain.
FOR RFNT A new four room cottage
furnished complete for house keeping
inquire of Mrs. Zjbers Cor. 7th and
FOUND Pocket book at the depot con
taining money, about one week ago.
Owner may secure same by calling
at 1301, Madison Ave.
FOR .SALE Seed potatoes, large white
productive. Apply to the farm of the
Oregon Red Apple Company, 3V miles
North of La Grande or Phone Black
301. Address W. Lyman. La Grande
FOR RFNT One five room cottage
furnished for complete house keeping.
Also one new five room cottage un
furnished. Apply to Mrs. G. D. Sim
mons, corner 8 and N streets or phone
A BARGAIN In a fruit and stock rancu.
Located 29 miles north of Wallowa on
the Grande Ronde river. Homestead
adjoining. Plenty of winter range. 600
good, thrifty fruit trees. Irrigated. 150
bearing peach 'roes. Must be sold at
once. $2500 terms. For further par
ticulars write W. E. Taooart, real es
tate, Enterprise, Oregon.
Successor to Smith & Dawson
The best of every thing j
5 to be found in any shop,
t Once , a patron of our
1 shop you will never go
; Careful attention given
: the smallest orders.
!! We carry a full line of
! ! fresh and cured meats of
!! We can give what we
Phone Red 751
IN A rNRRY?
(Scrippa News AaaocUUoa)
Norfolk. Va.. Feb. 27. The sixteen
thousand tons battleship Minnesota built
by the Newport News Shipbuilding Com
pany is complete, excepting the matter of
ordnance equipment, and will be handed
over to the government officials this after
noon. She is in the Navy Yard here but
it has not yet been decided where she will
ship her ordnance.
Quincy, Mass., Feb. 27. The Fore
River Shipbuilding Company has handed
the battleship' Vermont, a sister ship to
Minnesota, over to the Navy department
She is fully equipped with the exception of
THE TRANSFER MAN
He will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home in less time than it
lakes to tell it
Day phona Red 76 1
Night " Black 1792
Wagon always at youi service
J. L MARS,
Contractor and Builder
Di aler in Building Material
Building StoneClean Coarse Sand and
La Grande, Oregon
Dro Ja line naming work and I will
name the right prise.
THIS DATE IN HISTORY
(ticrlppe Newe Aaeoclatloa)
1776 Battle of Moore's Creek North
18ol Congress assumed jurisdiction
over the District of Columbia.
18oS -Napoleon started on his second
journey across the Alps into Italy.
18o7 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
born. Died 24, 1882.
1855-Ellen Terry English actress
18S9 Exdosion on steamer Princess
near. Baton Rouge, 25 lives lost.
1 ofiX Cnnfadarata blockade runner
Mashville destroyed near Fort McAllis
l R7Q Thinksfttvinff service in London
for recovery of the Prince of Wales from
1879 Civil right bill passed by the
1 RR 1 William II nf Garmanv married
Princess Augusta of Schleswig-Holsten.
1888 Explosion on ferry boat Julia at
South Vallejo Cel., 8o lives tost
19o6 British defeated Boers at battle
19o3 Edwin . Aurdick murdered in
La Grande National 0
United States Depositary
Walla Walla, Feb. 27.-Quita a large
amount of wheat on the north slopes be
tween Walla Walla and Prescott is said
to have been killed as the result of the
extreme cold weather during the months
of December and January. On the ranch
owned by Thomas Bowe and Tom Ennis,
work of reseeding 800 acres will com
mence this week.
Among the most difficult things which
taxidermists have to do are the painting
and preparation of glass eyes ' for the
mammals, birds and reptiles which they
These eyes are made of glass, hollow
within and from the rear so that the in
ner surface may be painted any color de
As no two animalV eyes are alike, and
as the colors are often complicated and
unusual, it requires a great deal of skill
study and practice, before one is compe
tent to understand the work. The Boys
PROMPT NAIL ORDER SERYKc
We are constantly sending goods and
prescriptions to all parts of the surround
ing country. This business comes to us
because we have what people require and
we give mail orders prompt and careful
Orders are filled on the day of receipt
and satisfaction is guaranteed in all cases.
Send us your difficult or important pre
scriptions. Newlin Drug Co. La Grande,
Contrary to expectations, the attend ¬
ance at the public shcools today shows a
very small decrease on account of siiuui
pox scare, the only room where a per
ceptible falling off islnoticed by Miss Carr
in whose room the little girl who has the
smallpox was. With few exceptions the
pupils were all able to show vaccination
scars this morning r and went on with
their studies A report was circulated
this morning" that the Shanks
lived in the house where Densmore Par
ish had the small pox over a year ago,
but proved to be unfounded' The Dalles
GET THE THONE HABIT
When you think of something you need
from a drug store, step at once to the
'phone and ask us to deliver it This will
often save you inconvenience and valu
able time. '
Sometimes drug store goods are re
quired when it ie impossible to go for
them. It may be Important too. to avoid
all possible delay.
Our free delivery service meets these
conditions. Make use of it. Begin now.
Call 'Phone No. Main 81. Newlin Drug
Persons wishing first class dressmak
ing done promptly, at reasonable rates,
should call upon Mrs. W. A. Bakir, 1620
H.ll Street opposite new brick school
house. Fit guaranteed.
We wash them right.
Cherry's New Laundry
Can make you a suit for $16.50 and
up made by Exclusive Tailors not taken
off the shelf and called tailor made
clothes. Measured by a first class cutter
that has spent money and time to learn
the business. Why cannot we fit you
better than some clerk with no experience
more than i few blanks to go by? Call
and get prices.
Al Andrews, Haberdasher & Tailor
Capital and Surplus,
OWIOIRS AMD DUUCTOM
1EOROE PALMER, PinnErr. J. M. BERRY, Vtol
FT L MEYERS. Caiain. '
W I RRRNHOLTS. C. S. WILLIAM!
1st Assistant Casmkb. ana assis
GEORGE L. CLEAVER, , F. M. BYRKIT. A.'.0j .
' C. C. PENINGTON.. F. J. HOLMS
Comparative statemeut showing growth of the bank's bud '
Dast three vears ' f't
' ",. Individual deposits Total volunK j ,.
m , . n n c m r n -r t n ti n t - m
January zna isuo uu.o at
January 2nd 1906 627.543 18
January 2nd 1907 736,570 60
A source of trouble
meals is the lack of
menu contains everi
is the lack of,
no choice of J
LiU Is Jaded in J
It is different here
so many, ws can ol
variety. If you do
item on the bill of f s
other. They are a
choice is yours. Tr
and bring that tir
THE MODEL RESTAU
J. A. Arbuckle Proprietor
: . - i
BOARD AND ROOMS
Nicely furnished rooms with or without
board. By the day, week or month. Terms
Mhs. C. Shaw, 1421, Adams Ave.
HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS
"To enjoy freedom from chilblains",
writes John Kemp. East Otisfield, Me..
"1 apply Bucklen'e Arnica Salve. Have
also used it for salt rheum with excellent
results". Guaranteed to cure fever sores,
indolent ulcers, piles, burns, wounds, frost
hites and skin diseases. 25c at Newlin
FOR SAiE A story and a half frame
house containing six rooms and ample
wood shed at back. Apply to William
Hackett. Phone Black 1292.
CITY ELECTION ROTKt ,
Notice is hereby given, that the annual
city election for the City of La Grande,
Oregon, will take place in said city, on
the 1 1th day of March 1907, and that the
polls for 'such election will be open from
the hour of eight o'clock ja m until seven
o'clock p. m said day.
That said election will be for the pur
pose of electing the following named
One mayor, one city recorder, one city
marshal, one city treasurer, one council'
man from the first ward, of said city, one
councilman from the second ward, of said
city, one councilman from the third ward
of said city, and one councilman from the
fourth ward, of said city.
That there will be submitted to the t
paying voters of said city the following
proposition to voted upon:
Shall the council of the city of La
Grande Oregon be authorixed to issue a
$160,000.00 additional water bonds of
said city for the purpose of constructing
a pipeline to convey the waters of Beaver
creek, to the city reservoir of said city
for domestic purposes, said bonds to be
sold for not less than their par value, and
to bear not to exceed five per cent inter
est per annum.
The following polling places, judges and
clerks are hereby designated:
First ward, courthouse. Judges, Perry
Clark, J. L. Curtis end E. Alberson.
Clerks, Arthur Curtis and S. K. Baker.
Second ward, new council rooms. City
Recorder's office. Judges, Geo. Ball,
David Bay and H. W. Stoner. Clerks, H.
E. Coolidge and A. W. Nelson.
Third ward, rjarsonaoa. M. K ehnrr.h
J South. Judges, C. C. Pennington, J. M.
Hilts and B. W. Grandy. Clerks, A. C.
Williams and C. R.Thornton.
Fourth ward, Gedds Bros, store.
Judges, T. J. Hughey. H. C. Montgomery
and B. Logsdon. Clerks, C. J. Vander
pool and John Hall. ,
In witness whereof, I have hereunto at
tached my hand and' affixWthe seal of my
omce, this 23d day of February, 1907.
I I. R. Snook.
I Recorder of the City of La Grande, Ore.
$1.00 A MONTH
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The Management of the. Union Hospital
DR. H.VOLP. ' DR. F. MOORM1
Office, Corps Bldg. s Offict,
Free Oregon State
You are entitled to 20, 4
120 or 160 acres FRfc
you simply pay for the costof irrigatioi
is $10.00 per acre, payable one-fourt
balance in three equal annual pa
Title direct from the STATE OF 0$
This land is going fast; do not delay;-'
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M. W. A.
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