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TIM0 OBDSERTfn, LI 1MI;R. URV.nS. TlEstAV, OCTOBER 1'J,
I ILAOTEST EAtLEOBS , ON MW GJNQITE
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Wiley BAllen Company have a fev of the best makes of pianos at
their sample rooms in the Sommer Hotel block. Gall early and select your
piano. Only a few days left. We have the best makes, ICnabe, Mason &
Hamlin, Hardman, Fisher and Milton. Wonder of the 20th Century, a .
piano player like the human touch. Latest from New York. Call and have
Mr. Little play your favorite. Pianos ; fully guaranteed for $250. and up.
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1 EVERYBODY SHOULD VISIT THIS STORE
AND LOOK OVER THE BARGAINS IN SECOND
HAND AND NEW GOODS.
TWO SOLID WALNUT MARBLE TOP BED
ROOM SETS, $1.25 AND $35.00.
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES.
SANITARY COUCHES $10.00.
ADAMS AVENUE, PHONE 1521
scrlptlons and In the club dues. men in the town In which they wera
Attorney Oliver reported to the dl-. operating at a uniform price of $IS
rectors that some concessions had Der Bauare. The ne
already been gained from the rate
hearing In Spokane and that other
benefits were sure to result whnn thn
.... , , MMamtif " comimssion
rules oa the questions threshed out
during the hearings.
LARGEST CHOP IX THE HISTORY
OF COVE HARVESTED. '
Price Realized Is About f20 per Ton
Which Is Goed.
f mis m
lue coniraci lorm wmcn included a
note for 118, payable in 90 days.
The., sollcltora-that. niada th ---tracta
With the' DusTncsa inen at lower
rates, wrote the smaller amount la
pencil over the printed figures and
amounts, settled with the newspapers
An thn lnwer flnirns rintnhnri tlio
notes and after erasing the penciled
amounts, discounted the notes at the
That the orchardiBtB of Cove are
winding up one of the most profitable
prune crops in the hiBtory of the
county is the statement of Dr. Corp,
who came in from there this morning.
Dr. Corp says that A. Conklin of Cove
has netted $2500 on 15 acres this year LocalPollce Advised to be On
CLEVER ADVERTISING AGENTS
WANTED IX NEVADA.
'':-r i if .' vtldn to
.J lidhim-g. it rl ,
W are showing the lateBt produc-
Gasoline wcod saw.;i '
Phone orders to Black 1851:
tl f !. ,
( f or yonng : men,. We liaTtiyeVer to
our htotory been able toplacej before
ment ot atylea io meet al jreattire-i
menta. We know how tnorongily Ad-
ler's Collegian uiomes
i-' ' 1 ' .-j i nf tltla Miinfidence
wearer uu u".uo r
which we have gained tnTOUgh actual
experience in telling Adler garmenU
, to thonsands of people do we continue
to tint their praises. They are the
Kint' wearing and the most artlsUc
inthfm that America prodncea. You
niarbeVery crlUcal as to style and
very exacting as to qnallty, but wa
iTttvtt the aarmenta that will meet with
four complete jippjfWThenewJtoll
suits and Overcoats are Here.
THB HOUSG OF GOOD CLOTH LS
! The Road to Saccess
has' many obstructions, out none so
desperate as poor health. ' Success
today demands health,' tut Electric
Bitters Is the greatest health builder
the world has ever known, It compels
perfect action of stomach liver, kid
neys, bowels, purifies and enriches the
bloo' and "tones and invigorates the
wauie Bjsmui. viguruaa uouy man
keen Drain follow their use. Ton
cant afford to slight Electric Bitters
If weak, run down or sickly- Only (to,
Guaranteed by the Newlln Drug Co.
In addition to the $2500 realized from
the sale of the prune crop $500.00
worth of hogs were fatted by being
pastured In the orchard." V-
The yields have been, satisfactory
and the price realized has been a
bout $20 per ton net. The fall aiHile
picking Is Just beginning in the vicin
ity of the Cove. Some have -. been
picking several days but the larger
portion of the orchards are just be
ing entered with baskets and ladders.
While the yield Is not heavy the qual
ity ot the apples is said to be excel
lent. . v;;r'?v' ::.. tv :,
SERVING OUT TI3IE.
Lockout For Them.
Millard Nelson Cant Pay Flue and is
vU' Serving Out His TInu.
Millard Kelson, the . young man
who terrorized the tenants In the Zu
ber brick last Saturday night during
a drunk and disorderly streak, and
who was fined $50 yesterday by Re
corder Cox, after having been arrest
ed and arraigned, is today serving out
his time In Jail. The fine was not liqui
Chief of Police Rayburn has re
ceived a circular from the police offi
cers ot Carson City, Nevada, asking If
possible to arrest K. E. Stuck, : and
H. II. Mclver if they come this way.
These men are smooth fakirs and are
said to have swindled several news
papers in Nevada by means of raised
notes which were attached to adver
tising contracts. ' , ,
The men pose as advertising solic
itors. Their method was to make a con
tract with a newspaper for a page of
advertising Bpace and then block the
"PAID IN FULL", GOOD.
High CluRg Play Well Represented at
The Pastime Theatre.
"Paid In Full," that strong, moral
play, which holds rapt attention
rrom start to finish, Is being present
ed at thePastime. With an able com
pany behind It, the play with its mor
al lessons and its volume of dramatic
climaxes, and heart-touching scenes,
la , well worth the. time and money
spent in seeing it. It will be presented
tomorrow night for the last time. Good
page off for sale among the business specialties between the acts.
i?;:v - -I 't- CA GRANDE, ORE'."'
Subscribers not receiving their pa
pers regularly pf if it Is not delivered
as It should be, will confer si great fa
vor by otirylng the offlce. Unless you
do so w have no knowledge but what
ths delivery service Is satisfactory.
The time of the rear Is now hers when
proper delivery is essential. No sub
scriber wants to dry out their paper,
neither : do we want them' to. If . the
paper la delivered properly It is not
COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL
; CEIVE SOLON. "
Many Matters of Importance Trans.
acted by Directors.' ;
The Little Shop
Stamping of all kinds, Includ
lng shirt waists ft Center pieces,
don?, embroidery lessons given.
Orders taken and lessons given
In sUuciling.' Full line of ero
.broldiv matorlala ;
At a meeting of the directors of the
Commercial Club, held In the club
rooms -last evening several topics of
interest to ; the city - were discussed.
President Collier was Instructed' to
appoint a committee to receive Sen
ator La FoUettftrVtoQ .n.
this &tri neft feek . to deliver: hls
lecture.'' ,;,? , r;t" ';. ' "...
, .The. nroDosltlon of a t-oad to. the
Carson mines was , discussed and li
was decided before taking deflate ac
Hon to set In some. definite Informa
tion reeardln the possibilities b'f" the
permanency of the camp and the num
ber of people actually employed there,
The question of a wagon road up the;
river to the mining Camp has been
! agitated for some time, in this city,
In regard to the railroad talk of
a line Qver the mountains connecting
the Grande Ronde and the Wallowa
valleys, the secretary was Instructed
to get Into corsmunlcatlon with . the
1 promoters of the movement if'pos
sfble. . -
The question of the Commercial
C"intV dues and the amount of money
duv ,on the publicity fund came up
and the ec'reta.ry' Was Instructed to
La Grande Camp No. 7703 . meets
1st &, 3rd Monday each month at I. O.
O.'F. tall. r.AIl vislUn neighbors are
cordially Invited to attend. , :-s.
y M. McMURRAY, a
CAL JORDAN, Clerk. ' : 'J
f.o. e. ; v v :;' ';: y
La Grande Aerie No. 259, T. O. O.,
meets every. Friday night la Elk's ball
t t p. ; m. Visiting brethren invited
to attend.. ' '. ; ', .': :"''
& E. IIACKMAN, W. PJ
GEO. ABEGQ, W. 8. . ; V.
. W Mif M .
' Itobe Cnabter-'Ko. 13, a E. aj hold
stated communications the second and
tourta" Wednesdays of each month.
Visiting members cordially invited; -''
RACHEL EL' WORSTELL, W. M.
u UART A- WARNICK, Secretary.
I.' a "oFiaeaBpmeal
Star Encampment No. SI, L0. O.
T meets every second and fourth
Wednesday in the month In Odd Pel
lows' hall. Visiting patriarchs always
welcome. '' ' ...
H. B. COOLIDQE, C P.
W. A. WORSTELL, Scribe.
i due on fcoth funds and make the re
'l Iport at the next meeting of the board,
whtch will occur one week from to
, H. B, ef A.
Meets every Thursday evening at
I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members al
ways welcome. . -
ANGUS STEWART. President
C7 J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary,
Woodmen of The World.
L 0. 0. F Subordinate.
La Grande Lodge No. 16, meets U
their hall every Saturday night Visi
ting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery , plat may be seen at
the Model restaurant
; . GEORGE GROUT, N. 0.
: I. R. SNOOK, Rec Secy.
W. A, WORSTELL, Fin. Secy.
oresters el America.
Court Maid Marlon No. 22 meets
each Wednesday night in K. of P.
hall. Brothers are invited to attend.
-BEN IIAISTEN, C. TL
I LEOHERRINa.C S.
C j; VANDERPOEL, F. 8.
La Grande Lodge Na 41, A. F. A
A. ML, holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7: SO p. m.
v'a t.,y ..,:. ill. Lincoln, w.-il .
A, C. WILLIAMS, Secretary. -..?.i
. ..Kalgati ot Pjtiiaf.
: Red Cross Lodge No. 27. meets ev
ery Monday evening in Castle ball,
(old Elk's hall). A Pythian welcome
to all visiting knights. ;
J. F. BAKER, C. C.
? R. L. LINCOLN. K. of R. & B.
b. p. o. s.
La Grande Lodge No. 433, meet
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In
Elk's club, corner j Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
H. E. COOLIDGE. Exalted Ruler. "
" . ..'' HUGH McCALL. Hoc. Recy.
' La Grande Lodge No. 169, W. O.
W., meets every second and fourth
Tuesday ewnlnf; In K. of P. hall In
h Corpe building, AH visiting mem-
r . . . .... . ' . i. iijwn welcome.
rt ; night, mere ,s ; NKR, ACKLK!?. Consul Commander. '
4WWw, ;l"cy in both the publicity W, . j h.-KEENEV, Clerk.
Crystal Lodge No. , P0 meots every
Tuosday evcnlng at the 1. O. O. F. hall.
All visiting members are Invited ta
attond. . "
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