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BVFNTVO OflSEnVKfl. LA CftAXDE, OH1CGOX, TI!T"RS'AV, JVVS I?. IOCS.
'Natural Ice is
THINGS ARTIFICIAL ARE AT BEST BUT A DECEPTIVE IMITATION
' . OF TIIIXGS NATURAL. '
v Clin an Impure fountain tend forth pure water? '... .
Our Ice la not dependent upon a brewery or saloon for Us Bupply,
It la furnished by the God of Nature, Who sends forth the sparkling streams '
from the mountain side. It Is taken f.-om he river above the duck ponds
and sawmills, and la the PUREST ICE on THIS MARKET.
! Our CHAIN WOOD speaks for it self. ,,Tbo
Wood, mostly dry, and put Into your wood sheds.
biggest loads and best
IN CARLOAD LOTS AT $3.23 PER CORD MEASCRED IX THE CAR.
PHONE RED 1741.
GEORGE PALMER, President ' W. H. BRENHOLTS Attt Cathier
J. M. BERRY, Vice President ' , C. S. WILLIAMS. 2d Att't Cashier
" '.' ,' . F. L MEYERS, Cashier
.:.- Of La Grande, Oregon ,
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CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY ,
The sate of dinner tickets for the
Trip Abroad was closed last night and
owing to the demand for admission to
America at Odd Fellows' hall, it has
been decided that anyone will be ad
mitted for-2 5 cents, which price will
Include the ice cream, cake and cof
fee. 1 Extensive preparations : have
been made to make everything de
lightful and novel in this welcome
back to America, and those who enn
not take the entire course will find
a, most enjoyable evening awaiting
them. Although this Is given by the
ladies of the Presbyterian church. It
Is for all, and they will appreciate the
presence of those interested in other
churches as well as outsiders and
strangers- Do not forget that the
tours start from the Presbyterian
church at t:S0. 1:50, 8:10. 6:30, 6:50.
7:10. UOt:6 jXk, will .not j be well
for1 very many to watt for the teat
sections, as they are limited to 25 each
and first come first served Is a good
adage to remember when a dinner Is
In question, , t
The traveler Is privileged to narrate
experiences and all will be aided ' by
representatives from ; foreign - lands
with foreign songs. ,
- . , . . DIRECTORS ,. : . v,
J. M. Berry A. B. Conley F. J. Hot net F, M.
' C. C. Pennington F. L Meyers Geo L. Cleaver ;
W. L. Brenholta George Pa'.mar
Keep the money at home
; LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no ncietrd Jut es
sweet. All . dealers.
You'll Pay With Pleasure
For every meal you eat here. It
will be a combination of good
food, good cooking and good ser
vice. Our restaurant it intend
ed for people who appreciate
gjod eating, alto for people who
iika the good things of life at a
moderate cost, if you belong to
that clist, c:mi in a.ii ssswnt
we can do foi you.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We stll weekly meal
: WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
1 1 should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis
faction, I stand ready to refund your money : : : :
. . . .
I am here three hundred and sixty five Jdays In the
year to make my assertions good : : : : : : :
J. ,H. PEARE
LtADilMS PIONEER JEWELER -
Was WatOu Away.
.. "I had been tauullccl with kidney
disease fur the last five yearn,"'
writes Robert R. Watts of f :i!em. Wo.
"I lost flesh and never folt well and
doctored with leading physicians and
tried all remedies suggested without
relief. Finally I tried IV'-" V Kidney
Cure and less than two bottles com
pletely cured me and I am now sound
and well.". During the summer kidney
Irregularities are often caused by ex
cessive drinking or being overheated
Attend to the kidneys at once by us
ing Foley's Kidney Cure. A. T. Hill
Union county went dry on election
day, but It. A. Went of La Grande, la
prepared to drill you an artesian well
to Irrigate your apples and beets.
You name the depth of the well.
FOUND In tills city, t.n eyeglass.
Owner can hav same by paying for
, Gendarme's Honor.
;." The Barge Man's Daughter.
Song ' ' '
With the Fleet at 'Ertsco
SATISFACTION ON EVERY HAND
la given Jty ;ouj Jjottling of beverages
for" Bummer drinking, for use mt any
season of the year. Pure water, pure
flavors and cleanliness of mixing and
charging make our ginger ale, tarsa-
partita, lemon soda, etc., etc., the par
excellence kind." and chemically pure
mineral salts tell the same story as
to seltzer, carbonic, vlchy and our
other carbonated waters.
UNION B0T1LEING WORKS
Herman Clark, president of the La
Grande District Epworth league," and
delegates, Misses Lulu Dawson, Hattle
McMurray, Blanch Orton and Ethel
Redhead, left this morning for Pay.
ette to attend the district convention
which will be In session until Sunday
evening. Rev. C. E. Deal will leave
tomorrow, when he Is on the program
for an address. In all there will be
about 71 delegates present. Payette
has made extensive preparations to
give the visiting delegates, a royal
ADVERTISING FOR FEDERAL
BCTLDINO BITE8. .
Treasury Department. Office of the
Secretary, Washington, D. C, June
Proposal wilt be received, to be
opened at 1 o'clock p. m., July II,
1908, for the sale or donation to the
United States of a suitable site, cen
trally an dconventently located; for
the federal building to be erected In
La Grande, Oregon. A corner lot, of
(approximately) 130x135 feet, la re
quired. Each proposal must give the
price, the character of foundations ob
talnable, the proximity to street cars,
tewer, gas and water mains, etc., and
must be accompanied by a diagram In
lloating the principal street, the north
point, the dimensions and grades of
the land, the widths and paving of
adjueent streets and alleys, whether
the alleys are public or private, and
whether or not the city owns land occ
upied by sidewalks. The vendor must
nay all expenses connected with fur
nlsblng evidences of title and deeds o
conveyance. Improvements on the
property must be reserved by the ven
dor; but pending the commencement
of the federal building they may re
naln on the land upon payment of
reasonable ground rent The grantor
mutt, however, remove all Improve
ment on thirty days' notice so to do,
The right to reject any proposal la re
served. Each proposal mutt be seal
ed, marked "Proposal for federal
building ait at La Orande, Oregon,
tnd mailed to the secretary of the
treasury, (supervising architect)
Washington, D. C. No special form of
proposal is required or provided.
GEO. B. COnTELYOU.
Dr. W. D. McMillan. Red 111.
Expn-t gotO work. Special attention
to children's teeth.
La Qranae National Bank Building
it erecting a plant at
for the manufacture of their
for water, oil, gat, etc, etc
A modente amount ot
money will tart you in
m profitable baelnetm.
have been proved by .
Competitive Tests to be
The Bent In The World.
For full particulart regard
ing well drilling machine,
tools, supplies, etc., writ to
THE STAR DMLllNB MACHINE CO.
w, . SHERWOOD'S ELECTRIC
B, M. SHERWOOD CO,
rieeause ynu !ivacontrai-te4or.!ia.'rrc.il!
nj recorered from them without trvai.ro; tit
of any kind, do not for a moment (iiinn-!a
thm coldn are not dungurous. Mol only pne
nioula. but ulnotiie Itifuct.'ous disease wa
as diphtheria aiidnnirlet fever start wit h a
colU. Thocold prepares tlie system for tfe
reception and development of tue (terms of
tho diseases. TaUe our advici ournyou
cold while you ea.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
by Us remarkable euro of cold hus becinrte
Staple article of trade ant commerce. ItiJ
aromptt It la effectual; It Is reliable. Try lc.
NEWLIX DRUG CO,
the Moon Paly Peek-
Program changes each Mot-
day and Thursday. Dirs opej 4
promptly at 7 o'clock p. m.
Matinee on Wednesday and Sat
urday. - . ' "
; Pastime Theater ;
, 8000 foet of moving picture.
Two llluhtratod song.
. Songs by
SHERWOOD WILLIAMS. -
Complete change of program
on Monday and Thursday,
Matinee on Wednesday and"
Wood Coal4 1
1 Why Pay More? I
A I I Kinds
FIELD and GARDEN
Best Yellow" Pine,
now, but green cut.
Rxk Spring Coal
TRICK and TRANSFER
Phone your orders to
Main 1C. Quick service
Storage In fire proof
and damp proof building.
G. Lj; FOWLER
In bulk and in packages.
, We have been the seed
distributor of this county
for several years and our
stock as usual is complete.
feed of All Kinds
EARLY ROSE SEED
: : STORAQE : :
A. V. OLIVER
1 Slater Block
1 A tag from a 10-cent piece wfll count FULL vain
'A tag from 5-cect piece will count HALF valut
with valuable tago
1 Save your tags from
HORSE SHOE GRANGER TWIST
STANDARD NAVY J.T.1
W. N. Thwlyf
Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many eCrcr
useful presents as shown by catalog :
OaU CufT Button 90 Tag
Fountain Pen 100 Tag
English Steel Rator Tag
OsnlWmsn't Watch 300 Tag
French Briar Pipe SO Teg '
Leather Pocketbook 0 Tag
Steel Carving Set 200 Tag
Beet Steel 8bear 7J Tag
Lady! PocVetbook-M Tag
Pocket Knife 40 Tag",
Playing Card 30 Tag
Od-rd. Flthlnj Reel-0 Tag!
Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which
to redeem tags. If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home, write
us for catalog. ?
'THE AMERICAN TOCACCO CO., St Louis, Mo.