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FATTiSON BdUS.GROCERlES Phone Black 8 i
Published Daily Except Sunday.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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Tally, six months In advance ...$3.50
'"ally, one year In advance .....$6.60
Veekly, six months in advance .. . 75c
Weekly, one year In advance .... 11.00
Kntered at the postofflce at La Grande
s. as second-class matter.
1'nia paper will not publish any
rtlcle apitearlog over a nom de
plume. Signed articles will be re
rtsed subject to tke discretion of taa
editor. Please sign your articles li.ici
save disappointment .
' Local rmHn rnlf 1 mj
trst insertion; - per line foe each
Resolution of condolence, 6c a line.
C. J. Black, Grand Juror, Cr, Ct
Oct, term, 1909 ............ 6.20
W. H. Stafford, Grand Juror Ct. .
Ct. Oct, term, 1909.......... , 9.20
E. Doarn, Grand Juror Crt. Ct.,
Oct. term, 1909 6.20
R. C. Mays, Grand Juror, Crt. V'
Ct Oct. term, 1909 10.20
Wm. Bloom, Grand Junor Crt. Ct
. Oct. term. 1909 ............
E, C. Meyers, Grand Juror, Crt
, Ct. Oct. term, 1909. k... ...... 9.40
John Zwelfel, Grand Juror Crt. -
Ct Oct. term, 1909....,..,. 9.40
5 i ' , Roy Malley, wltnebs before Gd,
i r ; Jury ....,. ,. ..a, !
. en, i9io ..:.';,.'..,. i?.co
1.. At Solder,: , Coiaiaisoiout-ra ;"!.
fees as per bill............ S6o
C ; A. Galloway, Commissioners
fees as per bill 2!a0
Frank Hobba. Kork in R. D. No
G. T. nemmlng, Repairs as per
8ummerville Lumber Co. Lunv ...
Der as per bill....... o.ir,
Nels Endrup, Work in R. D.
i , 11.00
Geddes Bros, Supplies as per '
J., P. Cmpbell, Work on county
Queen Restaurant, Prisoners'
metis, Nov and Deo....... 12.85
Jeoples Store, 8uppU3 for pris
oners who worked on coun
ty roads ......... .'. .:, . , . . : 4.30
Everett Carbine, Work in R. D.
No. 13 ...... .......... 10.60
Zack Chandler, Work in R D.
no. 13 ......... 12.20
James Lvnriln WorV p U. ,
No. 13 .................... 1 7.00
T. Stilwell, Work In R. D. No. ,
....... ......... 6.25
3. B. Stoddard, Work In R. D.
No.. 13 .................... 6.00
Phil Thompson, Work-in R.'D.
No. 13. 15.25
Thos Gooch, Work in It D. No.
13 J- 1325
J. L. Gooch,' Work in R. D. No.
13 .......k.......... ...... 700
Says It's All Right
Mr. J. E. Richardson of La Grande
Bays "Wellington 1b all right," Sd
copy of his telegram in our display
ad. of today.
STEWARD OPERA HOUSE
D. JJ. STEWARD, BAXAGE& .-
One Hight Only
J. G. Harper and Glenn Harper Present
Joseph Deirick , L:
In Washington Irving' s Masterpiece
ip Van Wwkle
, A 'The Beautiful American Drama of the Catskills',
- Staged under the personal direction of Deirick ;
PRICES: Orchestra 75c, Orchestra and Dress Circle 50c,
fialUrv OK anA Kf
THE GEORGE PALMER
O. P. PraU, Witness before Gd.
C. H. Law,' Witness before gd.
W. A. Maxwell, Witness before
, grand Jury
Mrs. C. Marlln, Witness before
grand Jury .............
B. P. Marlin, Witness before
I. W, Faulk, Witness before Gd.
W. A. Maxwell, J. P. feeB St
vs. John Doe
Red Cross Drug Store, goods
for paupers ...
J. G. Snodgrass, Groceries for
Poor Farm .......... . t
Ihll Kennedy, Mdse , for Poor
La Gsande Meat Co. Meat for
John McRae, Services as Stock
Inspector .......... .......
P. P, Chllders, Expense on r-
rest of R. Chandler........
p. A. Barnes, J,, P. fees, State
John Graham, Jurors J. P. Ct
State vs Boobar ..........
Jas Smith, Juror J. P. Ct, State
vs.J Boobar ',
Ceo. F. Smith, Juror J. P. Ct
State vs. Boobar
Jas Hutchinson, Juror J. P. Ct
State vs. Boobar
It Ohms, Juror J. P. Ct State
R. Blumenstein, Juror J. P. Ct
State vs. Boobar ..........
Jas. Christanson. Witness J. P.
Ct, State, vs. Boobar. . . .'. . . .
Fred Hooper, witness J. P. Ct
.. State vs. Boobar
A. M. Bryant, witness J. P. Ct
State vs. Boobar ..........
W. E. St Peters, witness J. P.
' Ct, State vs. Boobar........
Garrlt Oldenburg, Service as
D. W. Souder, Relief for Janu-
' ary. 1910 ...... H.00
Maggie Slagner, Relief for Jan
uary, 1910 ,,um
Mrs. John IHldorbrandt, Relief
for Jan. 1910 W
Kllzabeth A. Garren, Relief for
. Jan. 1910 il'"o
ONjLI VAIILOK IN THE CITY
AND FIRST CLASS SERVICE
FOB TEN CENTS 1
Next Door to the Light Office
Open Until 11
We Solicit Your Orders for
W x trtMrM to tanJalas' Jlver aKatarid
im s. -
Week Beginning February 14
Unequalled Vaudeville--' Al-
THE ROMIG TWINS
- Girls with silvery voices.
MUSICAL WILSONS ,
"Ye Colonial Duo" 1 v
WrSH elaborate singing and electrical in
stnunental novlty. , , -.
unian if fiiif
Pictures Change 3 times each Week
We Always Have the Best or we Don't Show
Two Shows every evening. Doors open at 7:15 and 8 H5
Admission tOc and 20c. Matinee Wednesday and Satur
day,lAdmission 5c and I0e
't IWiss This ShoW
Treasurer's Call for City Warrants
Notice Is hereby given that there
are now funds on hand to pay all
outstanding warrants IsBued on Gen
eral Fund of La Grande City, up to
and Including, No. 7470, endorsed
April 3, 1108.
Interest on all warrants on Gene
ral Fund from No. 7340 to No. 7470.
Inclusive, ceases from this date.
RAY W. LOGAN,
J. A. OUTEI.
' Gasoline wood saw.
Phone orders to Black 1851.
Picture Show for Sale.
A paying proposition. Only show
In the city of Elgin. Good patron
age and a good outfit. Address,
Slough Investment Co., Elgin.
J Merchantsl Save
In 1907 the Merchants
o Oregon saved ove I
1.20 I e "vvvv vt fy a an 9
?f their Insurance in their
own company, the Oregon J
Merchants Mutual Fire As- X
J surance Association, of
Dayton, Oregon. In i908
they will save $15,000 J
During the same period
J their neighbors were hand-
ing over $1,500,000 in
profits to outside companies J
J In the Oregon Merchants o
Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT C0S1
A LIMIT TO YOUR LIABIL-
JJ. M. Fellers, Relief for Janu
Pry, 1910 i6.w IV. OUVER. Aoent
Mr?. Vm. McGee, Relief for 4
BCSSBTS HACX LIKE.
Bt of serrlee. Day s(
NJf ht Hacks kuraislie ror
funerals and private parties. '
Batcage transferred Day and
4 Stand at Paul's Cigar 8 tor.
"Phone Red 841.
Night -Phone Mala is
K. L. BUS8ET.
O. H t 5, TIMETABLE
TTest Bond. '4
& Ne. MaU. sr. 18:C0 p. m.
No. 6Ic. fas. ar 10:05 p m
No. 7-ChL tpl ar. 9:25 am
4 ; n stBsani
No. 10-. MaU, sr. 8:30 a. m. A
No. I, TsicU pa- ar 9:SS a. m
Na 8. Cat spL ar 8:88 p. m. A
A JL T. MATOTT.
4 Plank Sidewalks Built and
A Repaired. Exca sting and A
A Filling. Phune Black 1562. A
Bargntns la Boat Estate.
NO. 1157 acres Sandrldge land,
near Imbler; a good five room
house, barna and other out bulld
Ings. 10 acres good orchard of
which 8 is la good bearing; 30
acres In fall wheat, 10 acres in hay,
balance all good grain or potato
land, all under good fence, one mile
from the town of Imbler, 1-2 mile
from school. About $1000.00 worth
fit nearly new household goods and
farm Implements goes with the
place at the price ef $16,956, Easy
. terns. '
No. 2. 86 acres, 7 miles from La
Grande, all under cultivation, good
6-room house, good bare and all
kinds of utbaildlngs. About two
acres family orchard, CO acres In
alfalfa and timothy hay, good wa
ter right R. F. D. by the door.
1-2 of a mile from school. About
8400 worth of personal proporty
goes with the place at the price of
Ne. 8. 20 acres adjoining the above
tract; splendid land wS adapted
to fruit growing or aiytkmg else.
A small house and under fence.
No. 4. 60 acres, 7 miles from La
Grande. Good new i-room house,
good oara and other omtbufldlng.v
Two good living springs, aid a
stream of water for Irrigation; all
under good cultivation. R. F. D.
by the door. Telephone line. Price
No. I. 182 1-2 acres near the Con
rely ware houses, all la tall wheat
and alfalfa hay; good lnsrove
uenta. If sold at ones can ho ur
chased for tlMM.ft.
Go to the Oregon Roeming and Boarding
House For Newly Furnished Rooms
, " Dining Room in Conhection
MRS. G. E. MOORE, Prop.
OEOROEPALMeR, Pres.4 L. MFNT . fa
LA GRANDEJ NATIONAL BANK
OF LA GRANDE, OREGON
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus $180,000.00
George Pa.lmer . c. n p.ni-..
F. J. Holmes ft V
tW. J. Church w."v"
rF. L. Meyers W. rS
W, M Pierce
With our ample resources and facilities we can ren
der you effidsat service and handle your business
j to your entire satisfaction
Na 6. A modern 5-room house and
Oil for thA van, .
lot 60x120. In a eood location aid vA - . pnce ef 50.
oi eash terms for $2200.00.
No. 7. Two lots on Fourth street, 4
room house, small bara, city water
and good well Can ho sold ea the
Installment plan for $700.00.
No. 8. For 177S.00, one of the best
houses la Old Town; 7-room house,
stone foundation. Two lots, a snap
If takes at ones.
No. 9. Three roost house aad one lot
oa Jefersoa it Botso famished,
good wall: ood shed oa the alley.
vSEu ! ' Weo4 rteC two lots.
H4X124. UmM 0rckanlf hMe tfee.
iH fenced for $200fl.0ft.
ll.-A four room cottage oa "O"
t, doss In, two lots, city water
d wood shed. On J
I wfll be pleased to show ye, uj
of the abovo bargain, at any tlmo.
whether ytm buy or mot
C J. BLACK, the Real Estate Mas.