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OUR STOCK Of
Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Stirling Silver novelties
3 larger than eye: before
We want every tady in Union county to come in and seeour tine of LIbby Cut Glass- The Worlds B jst-YVaites and Stouff er's Hand Painted China
Bypaylng a small deposit we will lay away any article in our store. WATCH OURIWINDOW FOR BARGAINS. M WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
Mail Orders Given
Largest Jewelry Store
In Eastern Oregon
The only Washing Machine made en
tirely of metal. Better than
all other washing machines combined
; The only washing machine that sucks
the dirt out of clothes. It does not
rub the clothes and therefore does not
T ..,iii snd tonr A f epp rirmrintTatinfi
atyour heme which will show you In a practical man J
ner ust what it will do and leave you to Judge.
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Walla Walla valley. Milton' alone
shipped several hundred carloads of
Several Cliangea In Conduetorshlp on fruit, besldo what was sent from Day.
' O. 15. & N. Last Week. ' WaltBburg and other email town.
. ,. . ' - . : Figuring It thus, the entire fruit and
A noticeable shifting of conductors vegetable yield of the Walla Walla
G. C Scheurer,
: Agentfor Wallowa and Union County
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has been going on In the Oregon Rail
road & Navigation circles the last
v. -ok. Those to be changed ore F. L.
(kiykendall, C. H. Norrls. J. C. .Gulling
and James Conners. . , Mr. Coykendall,
the oldest pasoenger conductor on the
1 main Una liua Tiaoti transferred from
the Pendleton-nuntington run to the
Pendleton-Portland run. C. H." Nor
rls, formerly of La Grande, is again
on the Pendleton-Huntington : run,
while J. C, Gulling has taken his place
on the Pilot, Rock run. Temporarily
at least, James Conners Is taking Gul
llng's place on the La'Grande-JoBeph
run. Mr. Conners went out with his
first train this morning. He has beer
on work train service in Wallowa coun
ty all summer.
The Way You Want it done f
PHONE MAIN 7
valley for .the year will total, in round
' ' t.i
To Repay Damage.
Desiring to know what resources he
could command to asslnt in reimburs
ing the losers in the defunct Farmers
& Traders' bank at La Grande, which
he wrecked, J. XW. Scrlber, formerly
cashier of that institution, stopped in
Pendleton Saturday evening In confer
ence with W. J. Furnish of this city,
who Is one of his bondsmen. Scrlber
Is now out on $40,000 bonds by which
he is held to the federal grand jury,
and is making every possible attempt
to reimburse the losers in the bank.
Pendleton East Oregonl.m.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate,
of Zella Sherman, deceased, has filed
in the county' court for Union county,
state of Oregon, the final account of
such administration of such estate,
and that Monday, the 28th day of De
cember, 1908, at the hour of 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of said day, at the
county Judge's office, at the court
house In the city of La Grande, Ore
gon, has been fixed by said court as
the" time and place of hearing objec
tion to said report, if there be any, and
the settlement thereof.
Dated this 27th day of Novomle',
1808. V J. W. SHERMAN,
Administrator of the Estate of ZeUu
HEXDRICK TQ THE D UXES.
A; B C Laundry
Own Your Water System
And Be independent
Piano Tuner Leaves I -a Grande for the
Columbia Klver Town.
Prof. Georg Hendrick, the piano
tuner, has bought residence property
at The Dalles and is now making that
city his home. His family has Joined
him there. Besides being a first-class
piano tuner, Prof. Hendrick has proved
to be a band and orchestra leader of
more than ordinary ability. ' He
brought both, the La Grande Concert
band and the Steward opera house or
chestra up to playing standard works
during the last five years In which he
made his home In La Grande.
Montana Poultry Show.
Butte, Mont., Dec. 15. Montana's
first big state poultry show was open
ed here today and has attracted en
tries from all over the northwest The
poultry Industry is rapidly coming to
the front In this section and much In
terest has been aroused bythe show.
The management will award $500 In
gold medals. In addition to hundreds
of other premiums.
Million Dollar Fruit Crap.
Positive proof of the immensity into
which the fruit and vegetable Indus
try of the Walla Walla valley hi crow
ing is gives' in figures compiled -by
County Fruit Inspector C. L.' Whitney,
from records in the several freight of
fices of the city Saturday, says the
Walla Walla Union. ;
WHY NOT TRY v
ASTHMA REMEDY r
Gives prompt and posltWe relief ' I
evry case. . Sold by druggists, Price
$1.00. Trial package by mall 10
William Mfg. Co., Props.
For nlr by
A. T. BILL, DruggM.
Complete Threshing Outfit.
j Special Rate.
The O. R. & N. Co. has made a, spe
cial rate to Tale for the Orejjon and
Idaho Development congress, which
s Laundry Wo; k j
You want yourt able
linen and other
lur.Cry ork done
excepionally r ice for
this occasion. Send
it early - . . . -
WE WILL CERTAINLY
PLEASE YOU ;
For sale at a bargain. Has been meets at that pace December 16 and
run about 100 days. Time given, on 17, for the round trip of $6.30. Tick-
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
t A Well
Will Solve The Problem :
J Twenty-five years' experience In the well-drilling business enables
me to do your work properly and economically. I am prepared to
J drill to any depth. "
ASK ME FOR PARTICULARS AD REFERENCE RE
CARDING' Wf LLS I DRILLED IN THIS COUNTY
D. M. HUNT, La Grande
Whitney, there was In the elghbor
hood of $l,000,000'worth of fruits and
vegetables shipped from Walla Walla,
exclusive of Milton and Freewater and I and
the adjacent towns, since the opening j
of the season early last spring. . In all
1000 carloads have been shipped, be
ing dlvded among vegetables, small
fruits, peaches, ' apples, pears and
This amount Is probably not more
than half the total jrield of the vege
table and fruit productions of the v
Notice of Impoundment.
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of December, 1908", I took up
while running at large in the city f
La Grande, Ore,, the . following de
scribed animals, to-wlt: '
One" red and white cow, 3 or 4 years
old; brand resembling H on left hip,
ear maaks, square crop off left ear;
square crop off and underblt and slit
In right ear; marked with three du
laps; Impounded December 1.
Ximi i impounded said animal lu
the city pound of La Grande, Ore.,
under and by virtue of the ordinance
thereof and unless the owner claims
pays the costs, and expenses of
such Impounding and keeping of said
animal at the expiration of 10 days
from the date of this notice, adver-J
Use and sell said animal as provided
by the ordinances of Bald clty.-
Done and dated at La Grande, Ore.,
this the 17th day or November. 108.
. , JOHN W. WALDEN.
Chief of Police.
ets will be on sale December 15, 18
and 17. Final return December 21.
Office of the Comptroller of tbe
Washington, D. C, Ost. 13, 1908
Notice Is hereby given to all
persons who may have claims
against "The Farmers & Trad
ers National bank of La
Grande," Oregon, that the same
must be presented to Walter
Nlodner, Receiver, with the le
gal proof thereof, within three
months from this datt, or they '4
may be disallowed. ' 4
LAWRENCE O. MURRAY,
Comptroller of the Currency.
GEORGE PALMER, President W. H. BRENHOLTS Ass't Cashier
J. M. BERRY, Vice President C. S. WILLIAMS. 2d Ass't Cashier
F. L. MEYERS Cashier
Changed my Office
To James R. Smith's jewelry store,
where you will find Singer and th
Whether & Wilson sewing machiaea.
Tavmeiits can a)o be made to Mr.
Smrth on acceunta.
A. H. STONB,
1--l- Ageat ir Ce.
fectlonery department, hot chicken ta-
males, and thos wh enjoy these dV
;k;I(i '"ninflf "III the bear it
ready toe yeur orderat E. D. Selder's
sandy store. "
AttorMy at Law.
61S-16 Swtlan4 Buildir.f'
La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
- UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
M. Berry A. B. Confer F. J. Holmes F. M. Brjrkit
C. C. PeMsngioa F. L. Mrsrs Geo. L. Oesver
Sserft Pabr .
BCSSEY'S HACK LINE. 4
4. .44. 4
4 Best of service, Day and 4
4 Night Hacks furnished for 4
4 funerals and private parties. 4
4 Baggage transferred Day and 4
4 Night and Sundays. .4
4 Stand at Paul's Cigar Store. 4
4 'Phone Red til. 4
4 Night 'Phone Main 26. 4
4 4 4 4
4 E. L. BUSSEY. 4
There Is a diff
erence in bread.
Have you tried
ours vet? If vnn i
have not, you
ChnillH Yah man I
be missing some
For Rapid Delivery Setvice
We are in position to de any
kind of transferring. tiHve as a
trial order. Oalls answered tor
ar. Red 761.
Nlht, Black 1371.
BURGER and SEVERS0N
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