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Alberta wheat lands in the Chinook elt of the Bow River valley at $1 0, $1 2 and $1 per acre on eight year's time at six per cent One sod crop will pay for the Und.
The Canadian Pa:ific railway has just placed a 3,000,000 acre tract on the market. The company will break your sod, seed your crop and fence your land. ' ' .
Pay a few hundred dollars down and secure a section of wheat land I
ill do all the work for you and ooe crop of wheat is actually paying for the land. The last chance cn the American . continent to , secure good, land, .jsfcj,-.?
i,Xil7flcrary aM peb'pla have" purchased "and Vf':r
The company will
number of them will move to Alberta and farm their lauds in preference to paying high rents in Oregon. Thousauds of Americans are going into the Bow river valley. Railroad , z
are being constructed and new towns' are being foundad.1 Round trip from La Grande costs but $55 including railroad and hotel expenses.' Next party will leave Pendleton for
Galgary about November 201 ' Cheap rates for intending purchasers. Go and see Alberta anyway You can soon pay for a half sectionor a section and be independent. .
JONATHAN JOHNSTOWN5 A
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.How to Ue strung. . , mvutciue about it. - In my mother's
P. J. Daley, of 1247 W. Congress case a marked gain In flesh ha re
Bt., Chicago, tells of a way to become suited, insomnia has been overcome,
strong. He says: "My mother, who Is and she is steadily growing stronger."
old and was very feeble, is deriving so Electric Bitters quit kly remedy atom-
much benefit from Electric Bitters, i ach, liver endw-kldney complaints.
that J feel It is my duty to tell those Sold under guarantee at Newlln's drug
vrha need a tonic and rtrenathenlng, store. ? . , v . 1
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; LA GRANDE, ORE. j-'
POKTIiAXD NEWS LETTER.
Portlund Corwxpomlt'nt fcm1n Out' a
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La Grande," Camn No.i 770J 1 meets
every first ana third Monday evenings
st t O. P. F. hall. , All visiting neigh
bors are cordially Invited to attend.
Relief 'committee; : C. ! DaviD,
Charles EMsqua; A.v J.'' Warner and D.
E. ox. . K. C, DAVIS,, C, f'
' - D. E. COX.: Cleirk.; 'j iKj ' i -i .
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meets every Friday night In Elks'
ball st 8,p. m. -Visiting brethren in
vited to attend.
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
2' J. H. LEISHMAN, W. S. ; ;
; ',':;;.' o. k. s.- - - ; .
" Hope Chapter No. 13," O. E. S., hotd
iuimii eumnnuilca'ions the second and
tci.: '.' 'A iinesnavs of, each month.
A mii'.ioq :finOi'is cordially Invited.
' v:AKV O. fORRKST, W. M.
A. VTA KNICK, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Htar Encampment No. 31, L O. O.
F, meets every second and fourth
1 Wednesday in tne month In Odd Fel
; Iowa hall. Visiting patriarchs alway
, welcome. X. B. COX, C. P.
W. A. WORSTKLL, Scribe.
Portland, Nov, lfl. (Special
rewpondenca.) Interest In the
meeting of the State Horticultural' so
ciety and the Northwest Frullgrov,'rrs
acsVlntlon 1 universal throughout
this part of the United States and ijrk
hsh Columbia. The State association
holds a convention In Portlnnd Tiios
(ay 'December 1- ThLi Is followed hy
tAvo days' meeting of tho Northwrsi
association.' Convention and e:;hlM)
will occupy two floors of .the' (Wood
men's hall, Eleventh and Aldostreeta.
A night session will' be held in the
convcnflon room vn Tuesday, .nd ft
reception will be tendered to the ;del
gtfs to b"th conventions on Thursday
evening, December 3, by tho I'orV
lard Commercial club from 8 to It
o'clock. The prizes for this show are
very much the most valuably ever'ot,
fcreil and an enormous 'attendance' 1
tintlclpsted. " ; : ' r :t
The Albany Apple fair occu pied, the
center of the etage In Oregon activities
last week. ; Albany gave Portland, Eu
gehe and Salem an object lesson in
entertaining that It will take these
cities a Ion, time 'o equal. The town
la growing and building hard surface
pavements, while apples shown were
equal to the best.";' "
The Oregon State Daivy association
has been recognized "by the Agrlcitl
fural department at Washington, l. C.,
and assurance Is given that govern
ment experts will "participate In the
convention on December 10 and 11 at
Salem. A rate of a fare and a third I
for the round trip has been made from
ail points in tho state.
Klickitat county's cltiv.ens Joined In
a monster optimistic rally at White
Salmon, Wash., last Saturday. ' Kxpert
publicity men and railroad officials
were present from Portland to. take
part, in .the event, ' which was one of
the most successful ever held In the
Evergreen State. ' ' ' "' " ' ,
i ; : Foresters of Amertca., . J ) j . In line with tho general railroad de
Court Maid Marion No. ' 22 meets velopment of;lhis north westorni-coun.
.ach Wednesday night in K. of P. halLltry was pic compfetlon of the ."railroad
mothers are invited to attend. , , (from Klgia to. enterprise,- wnit-n-, af
fords an easy market for tho Wallowa
valley.' " The final terminus " will 'be
J6seph. ' ,'
No . more interesting talk was ever
made before the Port Ad club than the
address delivered by Dr. W T. ' Wil
liamson on "Suggestion the Chief
Force In Advertising." Members and
their friends filled the hall.
semi-weekly 'student paper before the
close of the present college year..
FOR RENT-i-Three! rooms for light
housekeeping." . Inquire. 1300 Madl
son avenue. 'Phone Black 403. . "
SAY, Mr. MAN!
' IVe put usl "a (We pot- .
hl : on your-shirts and --t
collars. They do not soil i
so easily, ; J
TRY US THIS MONTH I
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i LA Grande Lodge No. meets lr
shelr hall every Saturday, night. Vis
itlng brothers cordially Invited to at
:end. Cemetery plat may be seen
Unilnl RMtllirlncV. f
; -.., - C H. BLTSTONE, -N. Q.
p. & COX Secretary. . ' :'
. C. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Bee.
I CHERRY'S NEW
: i 7 ' .i
: ; iSniali Mal(s
: All Sorts of Dolls -
Millinery! Millinery! J
. . POPULAR' PRICES u f
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f Pacific States Phone I
j Main 78
Z independent Phone HU f
Done : :
I the Way You Want it
PHONE MAIN 7 ', '
All kinds of Cement and'
. . : COMCRETC
CEMETERY WORK !
. . T: ?y Tiika the Ktn!a Out. cured me. Mv wife has sine
"IX-vv used Dr. Kias New Liof. , , r,
Fi'.lc ?or E5S:)- yMrS, wl'J, HctWr!1' "nd T' Wlth tha 8tt,n
Batu,; :tif,n. Tiiiy t U kinks out a. T. C-''gglst.
of stomach, tlttsT ftr..d J.owels, without
fus or friction," says N, II. Brown, 0
; Plttsfleid,. Vt.i Guaranteed satisfac
1 too- at Newlln'a orug store. 23s. ;
'' " NERI ACKLES, O. R.
C, J. VANDERPOEL, F. S. '
Board of Trustees: Dr. G. L. .Dig
gers, Oscar I3erger and Herbert Paulson.---
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' a: F. & A. M.
La Grande Lodge No, 41, A. F. A
4. M., holds regular meetings first
nd third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
L. H. RUSSEIX, W. M.
C D. HUFFMAN, SecreUry. '
1 M. B. or A. v
Meets first and third Thursday eve
at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members
always welcome, - '
J. A. ARBLTCKLti, Pres!lent.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, SecretaVy".
,:. , : Knlf;lMH of Pythian, v ,
.. Red Cross Lodge No. 27, , meets
a very Monday evening In Caslle Hall,
Corpa .building. " A Pythian welcome
to all visiting knights. " ,
. J. F. BAKER, C. C,
' R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. & S. ' ;
" WtKKimen of Uie World.
- La Grnnde Ldge No. 161, W. O.
W.. meets every Saturday evening
In K. of P. hall in the Corpe
building. All visiting members- wel
come. M. M. MAKtJf'l.S.
t. II. KEENET. Cor.sui Connnander
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L. O. T. M. : -
Hive No. S7, U O. T. M., 'meets
every first, and third Thursday of each
month at 2 o'clock In the afternoon.
Visiting members made welcome.
SADIE KLINTWORTH. L. C.
MRS. EVA M'INTYRE. K. of R.
La Grande lioy Has Kestdar fJunrd
Position ntT. of O. fcUyomls.
VVW 'W4f' ' V,-
RHONE BLACK 682
nwy for ale.
Fresh comb honey, one-pound sec
tions. In quantities to suit customers
' , OSWALD VOLSWINKLER,
4-w U'.and Cl:y
ItrheWctM. - .
Crystal Lodge No. 0, met every
Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F.
hall. All visiting members are In
vited to attend.
RACHEL E. WORSTELL. N. G.
T1LUE COX, Fecretary. .
B. r. O. E.
La Grande Lodge No. 431. meets
each Thursday evening at g1 o'clock In
Elks' club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially Invited to attend. .
Fnlverslty. of Oregon, ' Noc. i J3.
(Hpceial.)'"Oommonwealth Day" may
be added to the list of '".events on 4-h
calendar of the Cnlvcrslty of Oregon.
The plart'Irf to set 'apart a day 111 the
latter part of-Jane "of each J-ear'pon'
which day all of. the public ; riien -of
the state. Including legislators, eclitors
and all other persons, who are ; the
servants of the people in any capacity.
jjhnll he the guests f the unlversliy.
The university, with its special equip
ment, U often able to be of great
service tofieoplo throughout the ft:ite
in the way of fui..L.;.:.iif Info.-matl-m.
data and working out' probU nis of;
various 'sorts. The iuVa In to get the J
leading men of the state Into close j
touch with (he work' at the university I 4.
I ROYAL BAKERY, f
t ' H. R0ESCH, Prop ' t
Ye call special attention to
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1 1 B r e a d t
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TIME, AND GASH t
Office of the Comptroller of the
Currency, ...... ,
Washington, D. C Oct 13, 1908
Notice is hureby given to all
persons who may have claims
f gal nst "The Farmers A Trad
ers National bank of La
Grande,'-' Oregon, that Che same
must, be .presented to'. Walter
Neldner, Receiver, with the le
gal proof thereof,, within three
months from this date, or, they
may be disallowed. '',''.
v LAWRENCR O. MURRAY,
'. , Comptroller of, tho Currency.
' I'tcelelnt RcMtii AflvW. '
Mrs. M. M. Davison of No.l7 GIf-
tora Ave., san Jose,1 Cat., says: "The
t F!Ft?V, IfinF HQS OUR f I wortn of Electric Bitters as a general
' ness and torpor of the liver and bow
4, : els Is so pronounced that I am
i of ne An i vmir httlitixv'
" ' 7 for the benefit of those seeking relief
cooking. No more expen: ?'from iU9h-.fnfctlol. Tnet0 to more
X SlVSann not halt the ,W0rvy health for the dlgerUve organis In a
tOtiLY THE BEST OF MAT
bottle of Electric Bitters than In any
other 'emedy I know of." Buld under
guarantee at Newlln'a drug store. COc.
Saved by my Metiied of
k'oVVo ) 1 ' Used i
Gasoline Engine Saves
you much time and mon- t
I ey. Instruction' in Gaso-
line Engineering v.- '
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Cured Hay lerr ami Summer Colu.
A. J." Nusbaum, ' Batesville, Ind..
md to show tii.m hnt their str.lv in-! Z p f fytfe pjfp S""? X T,,Mt ye-ar I snffTed fr thre
MiUti.ill u.' Uyhiin Inn-,' ii.;nt,i .."-.. I 0 L ' ' . Jt it ajwuicr xu su ula-
. 'Tit three eta'e tinlversltle! of Id.iho. j KOyal LdKeiJ W3g0n Of f tresslnr that interfered with my
Wnfchlncton end Oregon will debute J PjOfJC I ' business. I had many of the symp-
f R. A. WEST, :
The Well Driller
C. C. ZcNN. Ejrtei
a C MXCLLT. Rec Sec
tlie Income tax qupHtl.m n the
day of ntxf March. . . '
jfcines K. Neill of La Graade, Is now
playing regularly at right guard in
tno'fecond football tesn. -The
unhersity beats ' te have a
BLACK 1 32 J X tom' ot hy feTer- nd fc
scriptlon did not reach n
my case, and
4 1 1 took several medicines which seem-
ROYAL BAKERY ! " r on"
1 aiy I Insisted upvu having Fo-
. Br.ej ci "X-u U ,a.-.
.-Beginning November I, a limited
number of roomers and boarders will
bo accepted st the StuPs boarding
house, corner Sixth and Spring ave-nu-
MRS. LAURA STULTS.
'Amerksn" t Per-