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I COAL (ML I
I ; stew mm j oprei - House ;
5 s '? n H ATRWJRT) Pmnriatar and Manager. ' '.
TUESDAY, MARCH 13.
ifcCENf FROM, G.0U5JN AT& Act si
A Startling Sensation
I l ;
have you wished
4n? :well,' what 3 the
of stoDDine at ihe
Ihing gate? Push it
Jrand you'll find your-
well inside our com-
Fable showroom, with
attentive array of
!. ceiline and border
er, that will make day X
fit by dreams of de-
is arusuc. nere, men
PELS & JARMAM
t'apcr Hangers and
3 I )ccoraf oratars
X blocks from fountain
n " '
place in the city ..... ..
C L. SMITH
I -CREAMERY BUILOhG
NEW CIGAR STORE
line of Cigars,
All the loading
dicals. Best appointed Club
( in the city.
P. DONNELLY Prop.
1 Next Door to Post Office
s the time to do your fenc'ng
J 4 fenceposts, we have them foi
iir post were cut from green fur
Wack trees and are thoroughl)
' ' have about 5000 of them which
. i dispose of this spring. We will
:e them for live stock, hay, grain,
itatoes or other produce.
. i orders at The Qolden Rule or at
" 6 Sixth Streot. Also dry cord-
": ir sale in any quantity.
. ; v , J. Anthony
' HE LA GRANDE
Is one of my special
ties. Delivery to be
made on or after
March )6. .
scial bargains on Roses
;!so have a fine lot of Apple,
lr, prune, plum, cherry, eppri
:, peach, mulberry, shade
e and ornamental trees,
pes, currents, gooseberry,
' ckberry, dewberry, rasp
f,ry, vines, creepers, and
(Geo. W. Powell,
MtS FARQUHARSON, Prop
itaM Mmrtnimt ol
lunches .and mixed drinks a
ialty. Fair and impartial
ment to all. You are invited
ill and get acquainted.
We are now in a position
"to fill all coal orders very
promptly. Order today
,?nd get yaur coal today
THE BEST EVER 5
Steam rolled ' barley still
leads in the horse feed
line. . :
WOOD AND COAL
Phone Main 6
GRANDE RONDE (ASH (0. j
Lewis Bros. Prop.
J. R. OUVER.
Farm Lev us a Specialty
Best equipped abstracter in Union
county. Many years experience
with the Union county records
gives me a great advantage. It
is folly to purchase real estate
' without first securing a propar
abstract. An abstract from my
office will show the title just as
it appaare on the official record.
I. R. OLIVER,
I. A ')lANIK;'RrXi N
Room S 1 Sommer Building
Send your collections
and cash items to
T&e Stock Growers and
OF WALLOWA, OREGON.
We pay five per cent interest on
C. T. McDaniel, Cashier..
V, K. Steunenbkro, Pres.
Furniture repaired and upholstered
No order too small or too large.
All work guaranteed.
Old furniture made good as new
E. E. SCOTT,
Shop 1420 Adams Avenue
Phone Rod 672
J. L MAPS,
Contractor and Builder
Draler in Building Material
La Grande, Oregon
Drop a line naming work, and I will
name right price.
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In "Cousin Kate" at Steward's Opera House Wednesday. March 14."
THE MOONSHINER'S DAUGHTER
, The big melodramatic success "The
Moonshiner's Daughter" fresh from suc
cesses all through the country will be
seen here on Tuesday March 13. It is a
play out of the ordinary and embrace
a series of sensational features as w ell
as a pretty love story and is one that is
wav frnm the ordinarand conventional
sterotyped melodrama. The comedy
element is of the breeziest sort and a
general dash assists in the action. Every
stick of scenery used by the attraction
is carrired by the management as it re
quires massive and , pictureque environ
ment for a successful intrepretation.
Some bright specialties and the famous
LOT L. FEARCE
0R SECRETARY Of STATE
lo tiie Voters ol Eastern Oregon
I am a candidate for the republican
nomination for secretary of state before
the primaries April 20. 1 was born in
Polk county In 1866 and have had 25
years experience which being of a clorica
nature, makes me familiar with the work
required in the position to which 1 aspire
Any assistance which you can extend
to me in this matter will be fully appre
ciated and gratefully received.
Lot L. Pearcb ;
Salem Ore., March 1. 1906.
; fASY MONET ;
The Oregon Association opposed to the
extension of sufferage to women offers a
prize of ten dollars for the best essay
written by any-one under twenty-one
years of age. in Union county, Oregon, on
tqe subject of "Female Sufferage not de
sired in Oregon." Essays are limited to
twenty-five hundred words, and must be
mailed so as to reach the chairman on 'or
before May 10th. 1906.
Any-one desiring to compete may se
cure literature bearing on the subject
from Mrs. Ralph Wilbur, 780 lovejoy
Street, Portland, Oregon. ' - '
The competition is confined to bona fide
residents of Union County who are less
than twenty-one years of age.
Mrs. James N. Davis,
861 Hawthorne Ave. Portland, Ore.
Miss Jennie Smith.
Miss Esther Goodman.
All persons holding accounts against
me are requested to present the same to
me and receive, payment, also all who
aro indebted to ma are requested to call
and settle, as I expect to leave about
March 15 Fred Bock
Spring is coming; look over your photo
supplies. What's needed, we can supply
We have all the latest photo requisites at
right price. Newlin Druo Company
1 $ l
Moonshiner's Quartette are also a feature
SOMETBINO REALLY OOOD
Next Wednesday La Grande playgoers
will welcome Alberta Gallatin in the
London and New York society comedy
success "Cousin Kate." - Her coming is
being awaited with much interest. The
Louisville Courier-Journal said of "Cousin
Kate" after its first night at Macauley's
theater in that city, "it is one of those
plays that goes straight to the heart, tHat
wraps up the interest aod holds it cl?sUy,
and, without offering any deep moral
problem or intricate thought, clears the
cobwebs 'out of the mind and sends one
home in a much humor for having seen
Miss Gail Laughlm of the Now York,
lecturer for the Not oral Arr.erican Wo
min suffrage Association who wlil lect-
i ure tomorrow evening in the Prebyter
j ian churcn.
Miss Gail Laughlin is ore of the most
j noted women attorneys in the country.
! 3''e' is a member of the Now York bar
an 1 has basn epart ajenl for the United
slates Industrial Commission. Ait of her
-iddrass were scholarly and profitable.
Cincinnati lOtiio" Enquirer.
TAX MMET COMJM IN .
' Up to Saturday night. Sheriff Johnson
has received about $50,033 on taxes
since March 3. He states the amount
coming in exceeis any previous year,
which shows the excellent financial con
dition of the county.
If the entire tax is paid by March 15,
three per cent reduction will be (ranted.
If one half the tax is paid by the first
Monday in April, no penalty or interest is
added until after the first Monday in
FOR SALE-8 acres of land for sale,
including 3 roim house, adjoining La
Grande Investment Co.
There will be an auction sale at my
place three miles east of Alice! on Wed
nesday March 14, at 9 o'clock, when the
following described property will be offer
ed for sale:
Four head work mares, three geldings,
four three-year old mares, one two-year
colt, six milch cows, four yearling calves,
one bull, one header and derrick, one hay
buck, one chopper, one fan mill, two
gang plows, one sulky lb-inch plow, one
walking plow, one tmwing machine, two
hay racks, one three section harrow, one
cultivator, one garden drill, two wagons,
one hack, two buggies, one- set buggy
harness, one set single harness, five Sets
work harness, three saddles, two pairs
of chaps, one set of hack harness, one
Jackson fork, one orgin, four badroom
suits, one dining tible, one cook table,
two heating and one cook stove, one cen
ter table, one ouch, three rocking chairs,
other chairs, one churn, one sewing ma
chine, one safe, one lard kett'e and stove,
four sets dishes, two rifles and other ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
Terms All under $10, cash; eight
months time with approved security at 8
per cent; five per cent off for cash. Free
lunch and coffee.
Ed Stringham, auctioneer.
G. P. Childers.
veur stomach churns and d'gests the
food you et and if foul, or torpid or out
of order, your whole system su.Tors froTi
blixd poison. Hollistor's RocVy Mountain
Tea keeps you well. 35 cents. Tea or
Tablets. Newlin Druo Co,
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8-BI0 VAUDEVILLE ACTS-8
PRICES Orchestra and Orchestra Center, 76 cents.
Balcony, 60 cents. Children in Qallary, 25 cents.
D. H. STEWARD, Proprietor and Manager.
Sweety, Shlpman &. Co. presents
America's Most Gifted Actress
in ; .
The Latest London and New York Society Comedy Success
281 Nights Gaiety Theatre, London.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 14
PRICES-Orchestra, $1.50. Orchestra Center, $1 .00. Dress Circle 75
Cents. Balcony. 50 Cents.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
' D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
General Blacksmiths, We manufacture The Fitzgerald Roller Feed
Mill., the best and cheapest mill on the market. Our shops are
equipped with machinery to handlo any sized work, nothing too large
or nothing to small. Highest prices paid for old iron. . . .
The Good Old Standby.
Nothing like a nice cut of juicy corned
beef with cabbage or saeur-kraut once
in a while! We can offer most of the
time whole or half rounds; if you can
use so much, or whatever quantity you
require, of well fed and carefully corn
ed beef-tender, "tasty" and wholesome.
If you're in the notion today, 'phone us
the order and we'll have the meat
around in no time.
Brick furnished in any quant.ty or any'
style. No contract too small or tc
large, bee samples nf our pressed
L I traup, Oregon.
ovel Vaudeville ;
Surprising Glimaxes ,
Dress Circle and
276 Nights New Hudson Theatre, N. Y
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Rosalia Johnson, having left my bed and
board without just provication, that that
I will not be responsible for any bills shje
may contract from this date.
' '"Axle -Johnson -.
Dated this eighth day of Feb, 1906, tit
Perry, Union county Oregon. '
Centennial Hotel I
Under new management.
Board and Room $5 per week, caph.
Meals 25 cts. Special rates ' fm nihe
Monthly patrons. No. 1 41 7 Adam Ave.
Phone No. 1161. -
' Mrs, ;W. E. Murchisoji, proprietress
Beautiful Hair and Face t
May be had by having scientific
Shampooing and Massage. The
HOTEL FOLEV '
are prepared to do these specialties
and Friday of each week will be
for LadA" customers. Pribate par
lor for ladies .Lady attendant in
: C. T. COLT Prop.
G. E. FOWLLH
Truck arid f
Wood and Coal
PHONE 1611 ;
All order given prompt attention