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1 Pleaao tign your article and aae dl
' appointment. '
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Local reading notlcea JOc per line
flrat Insertion; Se per Una for each ub
Resolution of condolence, Se a Una.
' Card of thanks, Sc a Una.
) THE COST OF ADVERTISING.
The unawake' merchant often won
" ders how some rival "can afford to
" apend so much money for advertis
ing." He Is sure that ha could not
' that It would bankrupt him In Mhort
; order to "plung" Into publicity on
the scale that the other fallow does.
"The other fellow" is not worrying
about the "trot" of his advertising for
the simple ro.aon that he dura no
nave to pay for It. Tn competitor
who cannot "afford" to adv-rtl real
ly, In effect, pays the bills of. the rnnn
who can "afford" it.
II ps them In the lows of bunlnw
caii by hi failure to advertlpp.
The buFlnt'HS he ought to have hi
"share" of the trade In his line go-
In Iarjt? part, to (the .competitor who
H-ekn It. who can afford to advertiw
for It. The profits on the ti ad drawn
away from the tfinfd advertiser by ihf
aggrriv one pays the lattr' ad
vertising bills WnJ leaves a comforta
ble surplus. 1 " . -'.I .
This Is a fact winch proKresiv.
merchants are proving all the time
so it ought t have some personal sig
nificance to the over cautious tuslncs
men who are waltlng-to get rich be
fore "risking" adequate advertising
campaigns. Baker Herald.
i ' - i r ; '
Marshal Waldcn , says that he will
be compelled to make an example of
some one for Violating the ' ordinance
which prohibits expectorating on the
sidewalks and In the halls of public
buildings. Only a few are careler s
Oh, cheer up! Mince pie season Is
. at hand and things - could be much
worse than some would lead us to b
lleve. ' ''." i ' ' ',
' Watch that park project material
ize. When the ladles of La Grande
: go out after anything, they land It.
'V-. ' ... i . '
Portland, Nov. . (Special corres
pondence.) Albany Is not allowing
' the people of Portland' or the uthei
valley cltits and towns to forget th
Albany apple fair, and the dedication
of the new Southern Pacific depot on
Tuesday, November 10. Portland will
be there with a thoroughly rcprcsfn
Two of the greatest displays of ap
ples ever made In the Pacific north
west are attractions for early In Dc
rember. On will commence at Port
land December 1, and continue- for
three !oj s. w hen Spokane will take
the centor of the stage In thl ,im
character tff cntcrtainmTit from De
cember 7 to 12.
The TortlanJ Commercial club had
two great overflow -occasions lt
week. There were more people pres
ent Tuesday night to get election re
turns than at any time irtnee the new
building was eroded. But the great
Vt ereTTt. iifi In attemfaace' ana im
portance was the banquet given Fri
day night to mark the opening of the
North Bank railroad, with the hon
ored guests Including James J. Hill,
chairman of the board of directors of
the Crest Northern; Howard Elliott.
prrlUnt of the Northern Pacific;
Louis V. Hill, president of the Great
Northern: George P. Harris, president
of the Chicago. Burlington Qulncy;
Francis B. Clarke, president of the
Spokane, Portland Satte. and other
officials of national in-putation la the
railway and commi-rrlal worM. A
miniature train was part of the decor
ative scheme of the banju.-t UbS-.
GlI'n'laie. Washington, ha given
all the commtinlilfs of the Pacific
coast a record tn raining money for
advcrtUing purps-s. by giving $1 fr
every msn. woman and child within
V .1- . ..... u i . j
this came, in at me rmi oi m
ute. ' y f ' .
ProsiH-rity has been rife In all parts
of Oregon, and all the election had to
do wlth.lt ne way nr the other was
to give some mn an excuse to wait.
Now that even that Is useless people
are closing great contracts, and build
ing activity will be more marked than
at any time In the history of the state.
During the last few days that the
colonist rate were effective more than
1209 people came to 'Oregon on one
way tickets to make this state their
permanent home. , .
Crowds are meeting the farming
demonstration train at every station.
Through the co-operation of the Ore
gon Agricultural college and railroad
Interests which have made this possi
ble. Iota of good Is being received to
wards the 'encouragement of diversi
fied and Intelligent farming.
NOTICE FOR PCBLICATION. .
r-partment of the Interior,
U. . Iind Office,' La Grande,' Ore.,
September 21, J903.
Notice is hereby given that
of Ia Grande, Ortgon, who, on B-p-tomlwrl,
1908, made timber and
none sworn statement No. 01333, for
W'V XEV. section 18. township 2
south, range JS. E. W. 51.. has filed
notice of Intention to make final tim
ber and stone proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, befor
tha register and teceiver of the V. S
land office at La Grande, Oregon, on
the 9th day of December, 10S.
. Claimant names as witnesses: Chas
Col well, of , Perry. Ore.; "Harry Col
well, of Perry. Ore.; Edward Lovely
of La Grande, Ore.; W. R. King, of La
Grande, Ore. ;
F. C BRAMWELL, Register. f
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. :
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at La Grande.Ore.
October 5, 1908. ."
Notice Is hereby given that
CHRISTEL R. PENDER,
of Vancouver, Wash., who, on Octa
ber 5, 190. made timber and stom
sworn statement ATo. 01851, for E
NE14, aectlon 17, and E4 8E4. sec
tion 8, township S south, range 15 F
W. M ha filed notice of intention to
make final timber and stone proof, to
tab"'i cla'tr, to thf. 'wd abovi -le-scribed,
before the register and re
volver, at La Grande. Oregon, on th
21st day of December, 1908.
Claimant names a witnesses:., Ba
sil E. Lever, of Portland, Ore.; Joha
v. Kissen, ot Vancouver, wash.; Ches
ter A. Pike, of Vancouver. Wash.; Pa
. Id C. Brlciioux, of La Grande, Ore.
. F. C. BRAMWELL. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Inu-lor,
U. S. Land Office, La Grande. Ore..
September 21, 190S.
Notice is hereby given that
of Baker City. Ore., who. on Novem
ber 6. 1907, made timber and ston
sworn statement No. 5S10, serial No
0315. for SE'i XE and NE4 SE'4
xectlon s; Ni Sffli, setclon 9, town
ship 5 south, range S6, E. W. M., ha
'.iled notice of Intention to make final
timber and stone proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore the ropister and receiver of the
O. S. land office, at La Grande. Ore
gon, on the 10th day of December.
Claimant names as witnesses: Da
vid C. .Brichnux, John T. Williamson.
James C. Henry,-W. A. Burns, all of
La Grande. Oregon.
F. C. BRAMWELL. Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
t 9. Land Office at La Grande, Or..
October 19, 190.
Notice Is hereby given that
RIVUS M. McCOT.
of Kamela. Orvgon, who, or Novem.
ber 14, 1964, made homestead entry'
No. 1407T. serial No. 01927. for Wi
stK4, "section SO.' township 1 south,
range 3 E. W M.. has filed notiv
of Intention to mke final commatv
tlon proof t establish claim toith
land above described, before the re-
BLUE MOUlimU; HOUSE
T. J. CRAY Prep. ( New Management)
I Rates'$t.00,$1.25, $1.50
X Best 25c meal in the city
X Beds 25c snd 50c
X All outside rooms. Board
X znd lodge 16. pet week
$ One. block from depot
: 0. fr. FOWLER
: Why Try to "Get
I Along" without o
"She had done her best-A
leaky range was to blame"
Why not know the delightful
satisfa lion of having yc t
work done perfectly-That
comes from using a Monarch
We are Prepared to
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mane Loans on
Farm or city property
I Our Abstract Books the most complete in the County. An t
X Abstract fucnished by us is absolutely reliable , .'.
IFire, Life and Accident Insurance
I La Grande Investment Co.
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ptrr.Scr. It; the only medicine that is able to get clown iajo the circula
tion, and r-irc!y remove the catarrhal matter and imptrities which produce
the tronl.-i. .-? long as the mucous Esembranes and tissues are fcept iu3amed
nnd iiritcd ly this iirpure and infected condition of the blood Catarrh will
rera&L.. l.z iJlrajreeable and dansrerous symptoms, of rinrjia g noises in the
cars, ntcus dropping back into the throat, headaches, eatery eyes, difficult
breathing, end even stomach disorders and weakened health, cannot be penna
uently relie-ed ustil the blood is purified. Nothing equa!3 S. S. S. for this
purpose. It poes down to the very root cf the trouble, end removes every
particle of the catarrhal matter from the blood ar.d enriches th:S vital fluid so
that all the mucous surfaces are supplied with nutritive, fcerJthful qualities, in
stead of bcin? constantly irritated and inflamed by impurities ia the circula
tion. Then the avmntoms betrin to pass away and wbs v S,fv br, frr.tfrc!?
pnntied the blood. Catarrh is permanently cured and the general healt"
greatly built up. Book on Catarrh and any medical advice deurtd sent In
to all who writer
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Only house in the
white help only
VTTTTr-IT TtTT t.
would yon prefer to pay? A
good atlff one to the doctor for
curing some of your family of
pneumonia or rheumatism or
our modest one for the coal
which would have prevented the
illness! Thltk U ovr. Then J
give us the ;der to. coaU Zrj J
it soon, too.' Even a little chill J
may mean a big bill for tha
doctor. . ' ' a
. Phone Main 10 :
XatlStay Sat Isf &rtorvK&j2
La Craude, Ore.
65c per Month
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GEORGE PALMEP.Prtsidsr.t W. H. ERENHOLTS A"t Cashiar
J. M. BERRY, Vica Prtsldant C S. WILLIAMS. 2d AlCh;r
F. L. MEYERS Cashiar
La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande) Oregcr
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
J. M. Berry A. B. Conley
CC. Panmngton F. L.
W. L. Brenholts
CAN FURNISH LUMBER OF M L MNDS
IN; CARLOAD LOTS
For 16 inch Chain Weed Deliiereilat yo r iirnx.
I Call up V. Z. EE AN, La Grande ! hcr.c, Rfd 1741
jvV;v THE "'.'.;';;;:': I
- OREGON FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION :
t A HOME COMPANY
X A Mutual Company can Save Ycu from 40 to 50 per
cent on Your Insurance 1
i J. VV. OLIVER, AGENT, La GrandcOr. J
. m.. aMaaAafa. 'A
; Cor. 6th St and Washington Ave rnone Kea uo
is that made at North j
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- Every Sack
j GRANDE RONDE CASH CO.
VV 00D, C0A! AND " : :
I Cut Prices on Lumber and
I : : i
1 Shingles for large Orders f
We need the money;
fir and Native
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Meyera Geo. L. Cleaver ,
34,000 MEMBERS ;
INSURANCE IN FORCE r
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