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tTEXIfl PORTER. LA CRASDE, OBIGOT. TCESt-AT, OCTOBEg 19, tlli.
V'OR SALE At a bai'Kaiu. two houses
WHO'S YOUR TAILOR?
- uu i tnu. icn ue. van uj r rca u.
Currey. at Commercial Club rooms.
La Grande National Bank building.
WITH ED. T. PRICE ft CO, OF CHI
CAGO E5ABLE US TO OFFER 0 JLY
STRICTLY men GRADE TAILOR-
ISO AX A SATING OF $10 TO t20 OJf
r RICES 0RDI5ARCLT CHARGED.
SATURDAY'S CONTEST WILL BE
Guarantee a Correct
PROPER STYLES, HOXEST WORK
MANSHIP AND ABSOLUTE SATIS
COME IX AND SE ETHE PRICE
WOOLEXS FOB FALL AND WINTER
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SELECT YOUR FAYORITE PAT-
IS, -r ...
TERN AND HAVE US TAKE YOCR
C. C. PEWNIWGTON & CO
STOP! LOOK LISTEN!
A REAL LITE BARGAIN THAT
WILL STOP RENT.
A building that will make five good
big rooma and a good lot close In for
$500.00. $100 cash, balance" easy
terma. No telephone calls answered
; on this. .
YOU CAN EASILY OWN TOUR
OWN HOME IF YOU SEE US. II
ONLY TAKES FROM 1100. to I3KQ
CASH TO PLACE YOU IN POSSES
SION OF ONE.
VANDUYN REALTY CO.
No. 220 Depot Street
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Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Gjmpkte Machine Shops and Foundry
Management of the Coming Game Us
ing Best Tact TWs Week.
Realizing full well the commercial
advertising benefit ' to be derived
from the coming football game wl'n
the Spokane high achool, next Satur
day, Secretary Fred B. Currey of tuo
Merchant's protective association Is
urging through his morning bulletins
that merchants permit as many of
their clerks as possible to attend th
game. The coming contest Is being
discussed throughout the Northwest
and all the Sunday papers of the
North wort :M; ca;zr; c."ui ac
counts of the game, putting La Grande
before before a great mass, of readers.
In view of the fact that the manage
ment of the team has dared to face
the expense, it Is only Just that the
merchants make arrangements for a
goodly portion of their clerks to at
tend the game. The contest will like
ly be started early in the afternoon,
permitting the clerks to return to
their duties for the early Saturday
evening rush. ?" ; .
While Manager Myers la exerting
every bit of knowhow to get out
a crowd that will meet the $300 ex
pense account, the team under their
coach is devoting all their energies to
details and correcting existing faults.
When Saturday comes La Grande will
be In fit shape for the stiffness and
bruises occasioned at Caldwell will
have worn off.
Heresy' Hunt InXew York.
Johnstown, N. Y. Oct. 19 One of
the sharpest theological controversies
since the trial of Rev. Dr. Charles A.
Briggs, of Union Seminary, on charg
es of heresy, threatens to develop
from the action of the New York
Presbytery In granting , permission
for the ordination of the Rev. Archi
bald Black, one of the three candi
dates for the pulpit, who upon exami
nation failed to subscribe to certain
orthodox views expressed on cardinal
Scriptural doctrines, such as the
story of the garden of Eden, the In
carnation and the miracles.
The direct consequen.se will be the
placing on trial of. the New York
Presbytery before the Synod of New
York, which will hold Its annual
meeting In this city during the next
three days, beginning today. Presby
terian ministers all over the country
are aroused at what they call "athe
istical doctrines" of the higher critics
and a full-Hedged heresy hunt will
probably characterize the meeting. ,
' It la rumored that the result of this
proceeding may be a desclslon prohi
biting the presbytery from licensing
any more graduates of Union Theolo
gical ; Seminary, " from which " Mr.
Black, Geo. A Fitch and John E Steen
and other candidates accused of het
erodoxy,- came up for examination.
This situation' has been brought a-
bout by a protest made by the Rev.
Dr. Walter D. Buchanan, of the 4th
Avenue church, the Rev. Frederick E.
Schearer. the Rev. George L. Schear
er, the Rev. Dr. John Fox, the Rev.
Dr. Daniel S. Gregory and the Rev.
Dr. Henry B. Elliott. ; " ; ' '
These clergymen made their first
objection to the admission . of the
three graduates of Union ;'' Seminary
when they were licensed in spite of
their expression . of so-called hereti
cal views. The second was made
when the presbytery ordained Mr.
Fitch, who soon afterward ' went to
China as a secretary of the Young
Men's Christian Association. The
third was presented before it was de
cided to resort to a more formal com
Should the decision prove unsatis
factory to the complainants, they
will still have recourse to the Gener
al Assembly, the highest court of the
church, which will meet In Atlantic
City next May.
Dr. C. T. Bacon is home from the
Flathead Indian reservation where
he picked a suitable claim for his
son, Archie, who won at the recent
Dental work is in a class all by
itself. When you place yourself In the
hands of a dentist to have your teeth
treated, filled, bridged, crowned or
extracted you must depend on his
ability, his honesty and his sympathy, ;
so to speak. There's a difference be-!
tween a turnkey and a pair of forceps
properly handled. . v
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Tickets on Sale Oct 4
GOING LIMIT TEN DAYS.
RETURN LIMIT NOV. 30th.
CHOICE OF ROUTES. '
THROUGH LIMITED TRAIN3
CLOCK SIGNAL PROTECTION
MODERN PASSENGER EQUIP
MENT. SUPERB DINING-CAR SER-
yice. '-'v.':'-;. .'.: '
Gen. Pas. Agent Portland, Ore.
J. H. Keensy, Agent, La Grande '
Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe,
Dampers, Stove Fixtures, Etc.!
CARRIAGE aid BUGGY HEATERS
: Coal for Carriage Heaters
A Lot of Winter and Cold Weather Goods
All of which are Wnrtfi Looking at - p
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
CHEAPEST FUEL ON THE MARKET
A Carload of the best Chain Wood delivered at
your homes for only $2.25 per cord, measured in the
car.. Order NOW, while the roada are good and the
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A Pienk Sidewalks Built and
uepairea. Excavating and A
Filling, Thone Black 1562. A
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Why Dragi.'isU Recommend Cham.
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"For the part lix years I have sold
and recommended Chamberlain's Col
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ia a great remedy and one of the beat
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hnndle some othera for the same pur
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this remedy la sort to effect a core.
aad ray customer so certain to ap
preciate my recommending ft to him,
that I git It the preference" For
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"The Calling of Dan MatUiews'
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Oil of WlnterreenV Thyiiioli Glycer
too, etc, tsed as a'slmple Wash.
reany seems ' strange that so
many people suffer year In and v9ar
out with eczema, when it la now -d
longer a secret that oil . of -i winter
green mixed with thymol, , glycer n-i,
r, uiu ia Douna in
cure. " . !;-' t
Old, obstinate, cases, It is true an'
not be cured In a fetf days, but thera
is absoluteuy; no sufferer from eczi
ma whoever used this Bfmni waaii
and did not find immediately "that
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tion that comes when the Itch is ta
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a few drops of the wasb the remedv
t kes affect, the Itch is allayed. The v
13 no need of exoerimpnt tho ntQir
knows at once, ;
Instead of tnrSnr to
oil of wlntergreen, thymol, , glycerine,
etc.ln the right proportions ourselv
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universally found the mo3t effect
ive. It is known
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