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LA GRANDE EVENTN'G OESEP.VER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1910. v.
Fbimesiii ' GEalmef.
We will be ready arid mlling to fully exolain this car to you. We have the sole agency for Union and Wallowa
counties oh POPE HARTFORD, PEERLESS, CHALMBERS DETROIT and HUDSON CARS. This is the strongest
line of cars in the Northwest. , ;' - , J:.r 1 h ' ' ' ' :;:
Call at our booth during the fair andye will give you1 prices and show youlall the New Models of these cars.
FULL LINE OF SUNDRIES NOW IN STOCK
s ,, ; .
ftew Lewis Bldg,, Washin
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SUGARCash Price Sugar, 18.75;
beet sugar $6.65. . . 4 .
VE0ETABLE3New ..dry. onions,
4c lb; green onions three
bunches for. 10 c. tomatoes 10c lb.;
new potatoes, 2c lb.; cabbage 4c;
green corn 20c; string Deans, 10c lb;
green peppers, 15c lb, i ,
FRUIT Oranges, Mo pr doson;
lemons, 45o per dosen; bananas, 40c
per dog; -v - t.
Cantaloupe, 10c and 15c; peaches 85c
and S1.00 per box; plums 2c lb.
plums 2c lb. ;' , ,
Grapes, 2 lbs for. 25c
MEiiTS Hog. live weight, well
finished, $9 cwt; cows, S 1-1 to 4c;
veal 4 to 4 l-2c ; mutton 4 to 5;, chick
ens, 12c; fries, 17c.
. BARLEY Producers', price: rolled,
$26; brewing, $25. Wheat. $33 per ton.
MILLSTUFFS Brand $23; shorts
v HAY -Alfalfa, baled, $16: timothy
baled, $20; mixed 118. '
, FLOUR High patent, 5.60; faniily
patent. $5.20; straight $4.80.
1 BUTTER Extra " creamery, 85c;
store 22 1-2024 1-2. ' ' v
BUTTER FAT DelllTer L a b. at
Portland sw extam tl 1-1; sow 8.
EGGS Local, candled, SO 29. ',
POULTRY Mix chickens 16c 08c;
fancx 19 cents; t turkeys, alive
20 21; pigeons squat. $2X0; dres
sed chickens, 1 to 2 higher than allre.
BARLEY Producers rice. It 10;
Feed 23.50; rolled 25.50O26.80, brew
ing 25. . . .
WHEAT Nominal track, dab,
81 and 88; bluestem 96; William Val
ley 80. Valley 87.
MILLSTUFFS Selling price Bran
$22; mldllng. 30; shorts, $24. chop 18
25. ' -i
FLOUR Old crop patents, $511
ruiiits iu mi imi f
Tar and less than two 60 cent bottles
It the greatest and best .Cough, rem
edy ever mad and; recommend It to
an." . ' .
That's What They All Say
If you'd avoid a foolish fate,
Drink "Sam0 " anrf vote 3-2-8
If you'd seeOregon stay fne,
Drink "Sam-0" and vote 3-4-3
fyco $ fcjvc business grow and thrive,
Drine "Sam-O" and vote 3-4-5 -
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It's Good ForVhat Ails You
; 122 Depot Street QUEEN RESTAURANT .
PALACE RESTAURANT, Best the Market Affords.
Meals at all Hours. v ' : . 213 Depot Street
,- Frank Funahash, Prop.
Allen" J. Webb Lavon Zundell
. THE GRILL RESTAURANT FOLEY HOTEL
218 Depot St. Phone Mdn 72 Foley Bros., Prop. '
Open Day end Night sww
.' :. : SAYOT" '
HOTEL S0M3IERS s ! It's first ClasB.
, , American Plan. " D. Brlchoux, Prop.
GEO. E. GOOD, Prop. w,w'w'
. MIDGET RESTAURANT.
,i Clean Rooms. ' Regular peals and short Orders.
- BISMARK ROOMING HOUSE White Cooks.
, 1118 Jefferson Ave. ' 1112 1-2 Jefferson Ave. '
NOW MAKE DIRECT CONNECTIONS
IN SPOKANE WITH THE FAMOUS
Il Be si
: I .
Train De Luxe
Leave La, Grande 10.10 p. m
Arrive Spokane ...... ..12:45 noon
Arrive St. Paul ...... ..4:45 p. m.
You can purchase through ticket
from the local O. R. & N. agent, who
will check your baggage through to
destination and make berth reserva
tions. ' .
, New Equipment
Rates: Lowest current fares to any
point '; ' . 1
G. M. Jackson v . Geo, A. Walton
Trav. Pass. Agt. . : Gen. Agt.
, 14 Wall Street, Spokane. -
THEY ALL DEMAND IT.
La Grande, Like Every City tnd
Town Id the Union, Recehes It
People with kidney Ills want to be
cured. When one suffers the tortures
of an aching back, relief Is eagerly
sougnt ior. xnere are many remeaies
today that relieve but do not cure.
Here Is evidence to prove that Doan's J
,: To the Ladles.
- jim d, I. Vanuvcar wiu oe in LA
Grande next week, Tuesday, Oct
ober 11, until. , Saturday, .. October
15, ready to make up orders for
swltches.etc. Also will buy combings.
A big line of switches, puffs and many
other things are to be had. At the
Foley hotel, room next to parlor, tf
-CbmberlaJn'i Stomach and Livw'.nisoti
Infariatly bring nViuf lur women miiU-t
from cnronic constipation, heudcchn. ui licit
nesa, diztiness, iallownef of tl ntui hul
A Household . Medicine.
To be really valuable must show
good results from, each member of
the family using It. Foley's Honey
and Tar does just this. Whether it Is
the chronic cough of elderly people,
or wnetner it is witn cniidren or
grown persons, Foley's Honey and Tar
Is always safe, sure and effective. It
cures coughs, colds,' croup, whoop
ing cough, and all affections of the
throat chest and lungs. Earl Fair,
Waukesha, Wis., writes us recently:
"For some years past I have been
a great friend of your Foley's Honey
and Tar cough remedy, and our fam
ily uses it for all coughs fini colds.
I had a most stubborn cough which
gave me much distress , and Incon
venience and failed to respond to or
dinary treatments. 'I finally resorted
to the old reliable Foley's Honey and
Kidney Pills cure, and the cuve is last-
ing. , .,
H. P. Swisher, 2467 Hadison street,
Baker City, . Oregon, , says: nCidney
complaint In my case was caused by
riding. The backache steadily became
worse as time passed and there were
other annoying symptoms of kidney
complaint In evidence. ( Leaning. of
Doan's Kidney Pills I began their use
and they not only resored mj kidneys
to a normal condition, but ril me of
the backache and pains.' I shall al
ways take pleasure In recommending
Doan's .Kidney Pills (Statement giv
en November 4, 1907.)
, Lasting Results.
wr. swisner was interv:ews.i on
May 28, 1910 and he added to the
above: 'The cure made by, Doan's
Kidney Pills In my case has toen per
manent I gladly confirm ail f have
previously said about this remedy "
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MUburn Co. Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Yesterday we received a load ef
Some green, bat the majority
ripe, and of a Tery nice qual
y. Pat your order In early as they
will not last long.
90c a Box
Use either phone
If JE have just recieved
If PhonocrraDhs for
a large shipment of
the fall trade. Both
Victor and Edison, and we 'will take pleasure
in showing our beautiful line whether you con
template buying or not. ;
Come In and let us play the new records
Newlin Book and Stationery
3et my prices. I am
glad to give- you estimates
on plumbing. ,
1425 Adams Ave.
LA GRANDE, - ORE
Of New Orleans, one of the foremost speakers ,
in Dixie Land, cheerful, magnetic and convinc
ing, will speak in La Grande at the
Steward Theatre; WcdEve;, 6ct;12
On "Prohibition is not Temperance." ;
Mr. Storey's treatment of this subiect ha
brought tears and laughter to thousands of his
listeners. It is worth going thousands of miles
to hear. ',
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