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WAT TO EAT n
ls the question that preplexes the housewife these days.
Cad at our store and select a menu from our choice line
of canned goods. Or, better yet, we have oil hand vege
tables and other delacicits that will relieve hie monoty of
the usual spring menu. Remember, our delivery is at
your service whether the order it large or small.
tiocky Mountain Tea Nugget)
A Buy IUdlfat tot Buy Paople.
Brint OoUea Hi silk tad Rnwrrtd Vlgu.
a aneelfle for O atipatlfto, Ii,.1lireatlOP. Live
Slid KMney Tr-otii'es , ("mples. Kcrema, In.mirv
bUnni. Had Breath. LhiMlah Bowela, Headkchr
nd Backache. It's acky Mountain Tea In tab.
, (Bt form, 8.1 mou bos. (Imiulne made bl
OLDEN NUCfiTl FOB SALLOW PEQHS
a evens sending t eaetcli and deaortpiion nav
esicilf aaoertalri our oinion free whether so
fViwBMMon la nfohahlv nittaiitabie. Commtinlfl
UoaaatrletlrermsdantlaL MANUBOOI OD Paient
ft. (fldaet AirMirv for sec
sent frae. Oldaet uanry for aecurtiie Datenta.
i atni iaa inrmian aiuim a vu. nwri
uh Murm il
ryertaj MtlM, without gbini, IB lb
A tiaindaonislf Hlttirtrftf Ml wwklf. T.nrMi
i!Uon of any oltH.ui.fl Journal, Tarm.
n. four montiukll. Aula brail nawadaalan,
Waaoa OlOoa, in f Bt, Waablato, D.
Having purchased the Boss
Meat Market from J. Bull
& Gompany, we wish to
inform the citizens of La
Grande that we will endeavor
to merrit the patronage which
the Market has enjoyed, and
will appreciate any and all
trade which we should receive.
Our endeavor which at all
times to please our patrons by
rendering the best possible
service. A trial order is
Successor to J. Bull and Go.
MAY LIVE 100 YEARS
The chances for living a full century are
excellent In the case of Mrs. Jennie Dun
can, of Haynesville, Me., now 70 years
old. She writes; "Electric Bitters cured
me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 year
standing, and made me feel as well and
strong as a young girl." Electric Bitters
cure Stomach and Liver diseases. Blood
disorders. General Debility and bodily
weakness. Sold on a guarantee at
New UN Druo Co.'s drug store. Price only
WANTED- Employment as dishwasher
or chambermaid in hotel or restaurant.
Enqu're at old Boaford house. -
Mrs. Frank Balcom.
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY. PRINCIPAL
. MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
This is one of the best musical in
institutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
begminng todiscover the advantage
of this school. The system it the
latest and most practical, and in
cludes all the latest discoveries in
the art of teaching music. The
school is divided into two depart
ments; No. 1 is for beginners from
6 years or more and are taught
the first three grades. Pupils come
one hour each day. This it no kin
dergarten system but far tuperior.
In No. 2 the grades are from 2 to
S. Here they graduate. Pupils
take ons or two lessons a week at
they desire. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in this school
. who do not study.
Opposite the Foley House over
the candy store. Phone. 473.
m I J
At a bargain. A cottage of five
roomt with fine bath, pantry, two
large clothes closets, china closet, cellar
and barn with two lots, set out with
fruit trees strawberries etc. on second St.
naar Mr Rnhnnalramrw raaMaxr. W U
Sabxy. Phone Red 1222
UQrande, Ore. April 10, 1906
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Offloe at I Grands, Ore.
r ..... .. . M,n 1Wt-
Notice le hereby given that in oompllajio
with the provision-of the act of Cona-rena ol
Jan 8. I87H, entitled "An act for the sale ol
timber land. In the Shttea of California, Ore
ton, Nevada, end Waahltigton Territory," a
extended to all the Public Land Mtatcs by art
or August 4, MM, Bert rand flake, of Fbulanu
county of Multnomah Stat of Orrr..n
ha this day (lied In this ortlrw hie swore
statement No. 370. for thepurrhaae of the
54 NfeSiEM KHee.e In Township Mo. 4
Bouth Range No 87, east.
Andwllloffe! proof Ui show that the land
ought l mere valuable lor lla timber or
atone than for agricultural pnrpoaea, and to
eatabllah hi claim to aald land before the
H-glter and Receiver at La
Hrande, Oregon, on Thursday, the Utlt day
lie names as witnesses Adolph Newtln.
Hohtart Nawlln. Hardy Harroll and Ueorge
Wbltlark, all of U Grande, Oregon.
and til persona olalmlng adversely the
above described land are requested to flle
tlielrclalme In thla ofnea nn hr,.M uirf
Mb. day of Ha;, WOK.
a. w. Davis, itegister
EAGLES La Grande Aerie 295 F. 0.
E. meets every Friday night in Elks
Hall, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren
Invited to attend.
1. R. Snook W. S
Dr. G. L. Biggert W. P.
I. 0. O. F. La Grande Lodge No. 16.
meett in their hall every Saturday night
Vititing brothert cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be teen at
H. E. Coolidob, N. G.
D. E-Cox, Sec.
STAR ENCAMPMENT. No. SI. I. O.
0. F. Meett every first and third Thurs
days in the month In Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting patriarchs always welcome,
u. E. Fowler, C. P.
D, E. Cox, Scribe.
M. W. A.- La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. 0. F. hall. All
visiting neighbors are cordially invited to
attend. C. S. Williams. V. C.
John Hall, Clerk.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each Thurs
day night in Redman hall. Brothers
are invited to attend.
FRBn Hon Chief Ranrer
L. L. Snodorass Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees Dr. G. L. Biooers
John Hall and C. S. Williaml
FRIENDSHIP TENT No. Rl. k. fV T
M. Meets second and fourth WaHnaarlaua
each month in 1. 0. O. F. ha1!. Visiting
H. C. Ball, Com.
Mox Bloch, Record Keeper
L.O. T. M. HlVENn.57 Meat.av.r.
first and third Thursdays in the after
noon at me rteamen nail. All visiting
ladies are welcome.
Mauds Loan L.ariv r.nmmknilar
M. C. Vessey, Record Keeper.
B. P. O. E. La GRANDE LODGE No.
55 Meets each Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Elks hall, on Adams Ave
nue. Visiting Brothers are cordially in
vnea to anena.
F. S. Wanhok. ExalteJ Ruler
G. E. McCullv. Recording Secretary.
, LA GRANDE LODGE No. 169.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Moots
every Friday of each month in
the K. of P. hall in the Corp building. Ail
visiting members welcome.
N. L. Ackles. Consul Commander
J. H. Keeney, Clerk
RED CROSS LODGE. No. 27-Meets
every Monday evening in Cattle Hall,
Corpa building. A Pythian welcome to
all visiting Knights,
N. L. Ackles, C C
R. Pattison. K. R. & S.
i hen Call
THE TRANSFER MAN
He will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home in less time than
it takes to tell it.
Day phone Red 761
Night phone Black 1792
Wagon always at yam service
From every part of the Second Con
gressional district comes the pleasant
report that Judge W. R. Ellis will have a
large majority for the nomination for
congress. Not a word has been heard
against him and a certain tone of popular
but positive expression assures us that
the possibilities of hit return to congrets
it very agreeable to the people of this
The people of thit district were not
slow in granting that Judge Ellis was the
man best qualified at this time to send to
congress. They knew that questions of
importance to the state were awaiting
action and they want a man of experience
to meet the situation. They know that a
new man in congress can do little in hit
first term. He must get acquainted not
only with the ways of doing things, bu
takes many days for him to get on the
Inside where hit influence may be felt
and the opportunities to accomplish things
for hit ttate may be reached. Judge
Ellit it familiar with these things. He
steps into congress, If nominated and
elected, with three terms of valuable
experience at hit command and a wide
acquaintance in both the lower houte and
the senate. Hi riper yeart of experience
in the ttate; hit better acquaintance with
the needt of Oregon, and itt new possi
bilities; hit wider knowledge of law
hrough tix tuccettful yeart on the bench;
the high principles of the man; honesty
and integrity; ability to speak well in
public and hit declared purposes to devote
hit entire time to the duties of hit office,
all recommend him at dittinguished from
all other men of thit dittrict for the im
portant office of congressman. Pendleton
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE ,187
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. B. Land Oflloe, La Grande. Oreamn.
March ti. W6
Nollr le hereby liven that In roinpllauce
with the provisions of the ac of Ongreea ol
Jane A, W entitled "An eel for the ale ol
timber land In the State of California, Ore
in, N svada, and Waahlnaton Territory, a
extended to all the Public Land State bv ar
of AU(iut4, 1KIO, tdwar., Lcmp of Bolae
County of Ada, aiate of Idaho haa
thla day Bled In this office nis sworn
ta'ement No. MM, for tha pnrehaae or the
H W kofBeetloo NoSiin Townabip o 4 south
Rane Mix, K W M.
And will olTer proof to allow that the land
aonnlil Is more vi luable for II! timber or
stone than for agricultural purpneee, and to
eatahllab bis claim to aald land before the
Kcglater aid lierelver at Le Urande Oregon
on Wednea'l.y the'Judav of June, IW.
tie names as witneaaea: Albert u. Irup -lorn
Drlacnll. Josenh Uunur. and Henrv r liken
all ol Bolae Ida o.
Any and all ptiraone clalmlne advareelv the
above deacrllied landa are requeated to Ilk
their eUlma In thla otllce on or before aali
i) day ot June UK.'6
K. W Dsvls. Rxwlaier.
IS THE C1HCUIT COURT FOB UNION
COUNTY IN THE STATE OF OKEUON.
Ina Miller. Plaintiff, . 1
Stanley Miller, Defendant. J
To Stanley Miller, the above-named defend
INTHENAMKOFTIIEHTATB OF OKK
OOH.yvare hereby summoned to appear
and answer or other wine plead to the com
plaint filed against , a In the ebove-eulltleo.
fult.on or before the 13th day ol April, 1W6,
Hit same bent thedateol the last publleatlou
oft Mi aummona.
And If you fall to se appear, snawer or plead
herein, the plalntltt will Iherra'ter sppiy for
the relief pmyed lor In her complaint, towit
e) for decree ol the above-entitled Court dli
rolvinit the liiarrltujeeoiilraet exlatluii httwern
yon nd the plaiutlrT, and forever divorcing
plalntld from you on Ihe ground of denertlon
for mure theu one year last put: (b) for the
exrlutvecre, custody and control of Flor
ence Millet, the minor child of yourself aud
plaintiff; (c) for Judgement for her coats and
dlahuraenienlsin thiasult; (d) for auch other
and further relief aa may be aeceasa y to en
force attoh decree end Judgment.
This summons Is piibllabeU hy virtue of no
O der made by the Honorable Robert K ikln
Judge ,f the above-entitled Court, dated and
entered at La Urande, Uuiou County. Oregon,
on the 21th day of February, V.Kn, providing
thai Ihta summonafhould be published lu the
I.eUiauile Weesly Ob erver, a neWMpapor of
gene al ci dilation n suldcoun'y and rt'nte.
for a period of six coniecutlvoweefs, and for
aeven put-llcallona thereof, the first puhllrav
lion to be ma le on the id day of March 1(XW,
and Ihe Isat publii-utkn to be made April l:Hth,
Attorney for l'lalntlll
WLU NOT LAST fOREVW
Do not think the great Introductory
sale of high-grade pianos atEilert Piano
House will last forever. Bring $10.00
with you today and see what a beautiful
instrumen'. you can buy. Eilert Piano
House. 1516 Adamt Ave.
NOTICE TO STOCKMEN
All stockmen having stock in Union
county art hereby notified to have their
brands and ear markt and dulapt record
ed with the county clerk of Union, on or
before May 1. 1906. At upon that date
the Union county brand book will bt pub
lished, and it' necessary that all brand a,
ear markt and dulapt are properly record
ed in order that they may be publithed in
C A. Wills, Auceu
FIRST CHUR H F CHRISTIAN BTIKNCt
Buixlnl Building opposite Foley Rote!
Sunday Bervi ' , ,, ,. , H a m
Services edneady .... ?:ja p m
Beading room at tans'- plseeopee 1 needs a
and Tbindays from 10 to 11:0 a n end
Fndiya and Suloidays from t to 4 p ir.
LATTER DAT SAINTS
WnndivBclinnl , , m , m
Regular . , ,.. H p as
Mutual Improvement Asaoctatioa meets eon
foinUy at 7 au p m
W.J. W byte, rector
Mass . io a
Rwary and Benediction foilowli g 10 a m mass
St PEH-FR'S EPISCOPAL CnuKtU
I pton H. Glbba, rector
Hunday eehool...., .......,.ioe m
Morning 8erylee...,..,...i a m
Sunday School Easter Service ,....Spm
It is of obligation that every Comnnnleant
bonld receive the Holy Commenlon et Eaater
The Kaster offerings are lor matting ourx
tra Parochial obligations.
OPPOSITE BOMMKR HOUSE
a H. King, pastor. ISM P. at.
V PS C K meellDg.-.- ..T: e p m
Evangelistic service .... g.O) D
rrayer meeting Wi dneaday.. t;00 p m
Boys" Club Friday I jo to 8:'i
Morning "Cbrlst and the Fiatur Life "
Evening The Primary, the Candidate, the
A cordial Invitation to all the aervloea.
Key. E. B Hay a, pastor
. 10 a m
Janlor Endeavor .. . j p m
Healer Kndn ,, M1 g.j p n
Prayer Meeting Thursday .. 7) p m
Preaching Sunday 11 a at and T:DP p m
Morning The Power of the Resurrection,"
Evening Resurrection commands"
The chorus choir under the direction of Mrs
Ly'e will render special Easter muslo at both
Mrs. J. Van Buren will alng " Know that
my Redeemer Llvelti."
A cordis' lnvlutioale given to all who have
no ehnrch borne to attend these services
M. K CHURCH
Rev. F. B. Merldetn, paat r
Sunday Reboot ... io a m
. Su p m
Innlor Lea sue..
.. p m
( bun h Servloes,.. . I a m and 7.S0 p m
Morning Easter Services.
A coidlsl Invitation to all these services
ei tended to elL -
Rev. W H. Oloaon pastor
Sunday Bcbool.... loa m
B. Y.P. M ft:pm
Prayer Meeting, .......,.Thnrdav S p m
Preaching Hunday...... .11 a m and 7:30 p m
Boys' Cleh, Saturday ..,.-.... .7;W p m
The choir led by Mr. Green will render
To ell Be' vices we Invite and welcome both
friends and strangere. Come with us..
At the meeting of the city council
Wednesday evening the Recorder was
directed to give notice, through the
Observer that all delinquents who had
not paid their water rent by the 16th. of
this month, that their water would be
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878
NOTICE KOR PUBLICATION
. U. Land omce. La (irnnde, oiegon
March 21. 11.
Notice is hereby slven thut in eomntiun.K
with the provialona of theaot of Conirrew of
Junes, 1878. entitled "tnact for the ante of
limner itttiaa in tile Htntea of L'alirnrnlH, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Waahltigton Territory," as
exteuded to all the Public Lxml Htatea by act
of Aliguat 4, IWJ, Jolu DrlM-oll, of Bo.se.
oiunt of Ada, Htate or Idaho, has thla
day died In thla office his xworn aiat.
mvut Mo. S-tM, for the purchase of the
N, SV.i Heo S , N',4N of section NO IU
K. W M "oum nauge iSo.e,
And will offer proof to show that the land
aouKlit la more valuable for Ita timber or
stone I tutu for agricultural purposes, and to
eHtahllau 111. elaim to aald laud before the
Kegiater ami Receiver at Ijt Orande, Ore
gon, onWednesday IheWtb day or June
lie namea aa witneaaea: A Ihert c.
Ieo'p. Edward Lemp and Jow ph A. Hunter,
of H dae. Idaho, and Henry ejieikeu of Ban
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are request ml to tile
uirirciaiiiia iu una omen on or before said
iotb day of Juue, 11106.
E. W. Davis, Register
C0HTAG10D5 BHD FOISOH
THE V70nST DISEASE IN THE WORLD
Contagious Blood Poison is the worst disease in the world ; not only
those who contract it suffer, but the awful taint is ..ken transmitted to inn
cent offspring whose lives are blighted anil botlies distnsed because tin.
virus of Contagious Blood Poison has been allowed to remain in the family
blood. The first sign of this disease I contrMted ConUeMon. Blood Pol.or
IS Usually a little pimple or blister, byname a towel naed by tome infect"
then a red rash breaks out the mouth .SiVSSi
and throat ulcerate, the hair conies J2tthediBaseotwors'eunuTiheird
out copper colored .poto appear on ffi&Ti!.
the limbs, back and breast ; and as the well. This was some time ao and I
disease mot thoroughly pollutes the SeTJiT n h!os'anl'ci'
blood, sores and ulcers form and if 801 Allen Are., St. Louie, MoT
the trouUe is not checked the finger nails drop oh", and the soft bones
of the cose and head are destroyed. S. S. S. goes down into the
PURELY VEGETABLE. e Patient it left in perfect heaTi, Sc
. thoroughly does S. S. S. rid the system of the
virus that no signs of the disease are ever seen in after years, and posteritv
is born with a rich, pure blood aupply. Book with complete instructions for
home treatment and any medical advice desired will be given withont charo-e
fMC SWIFT SPCCIflC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
A cordial invitation is extended to all to visit the store and be
come acquainted with us. Our stock it complete and our pre
scription department it in charge of competent hands. It will be
our aim to so treat the public that our store will become well
and favorably known. We respectfully tolicit a thare of your
A, WATTS M 'naCf lagrande,oreqon
Corner Depot Street and Adamt Avenue
DU IMU I
You can't buy a thart
We told you that Aurelia Stock would take a jump toon and the
time hat arrived.
AURELIA STOCK IS WORTH 12 J CTS.
PER SHARE TO DAY
and by April 1 5th the books will be closed and not a thare for
tale. Now it the time to join on the Grand Floor.
AURELIA MINING CO.
J.AIWtONSON.Pro. j I. C0RBE1T. Vice rrei.
TREASURER'S CALL fOR WARRANTS
Notice it hereby given that the under
tigned, Treasurer of Union, County, Ore
gon, has funds on hand with which to
pay all County Warrants that were pre
sented and endorted by the County
Treaturer prior to March I, 1901. Also
all Contingent Warrants outstanding, '
No interest allowed on the above war
rants after March 30, 1906.
, Treasurer of Union County.
A large shipment of Records reached
ue thit morning from the factory. Come
and hear them. ' You will likely want
some of them.
W. K. Davis.
1316 Adams Ave.
Success has crowned our efforts "n
tiring endeivjr and we prssit to uio
public w:ti a confUence never before held
by any othar medicine, Hallister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets.
Newlin Druo Co.
Under new management.
Biardand Room SS per week, cash.
Meals 25 cts. Special rates fin rishe
Monthly patrons. , No. 141? Adamt Ave.
Phone No. 1161.
Mrs. W. E. Murchison, proprietress
blood and forces out every particle of the
poison and makes a complete and lasting
cure. As soon as the system gets tinder the
influence of the remedy the symptoms boin
to pass away, and when the
tWng purchased the
DRUG STORE known as
the LA GRANDE DRUG
COMPANY we wish to
i all the attention of the
pet pic of La Grande and
Union county to the fact
after April 15thu
TIMBER LAN i, ACT JUNE 3, 1878
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
U. 8. Laxt Offlce. urimml. nru.n
March, f, IU06.'
NnfliM I. k..tlM.H.. . .
-i. 7.v "7 a. mat in compliance!
with the proMi onaof the act of Cougreas oT?
, nH "t,er; tle.i-Ana.-t for the "sal? of v
....... . in tur .-iuiu 01 1'anrornia, Ore- .
mm. Nevada, a ,d waxhlnvton Terrltorv," as
extt-miwi tos the Public Land state by act
of Aunuat 4. m. tlharles L. Llnwnfrlter. .
?i?.thl! 'n "l otttce his
?h. IlL,Ii,!"eni No- ;,7Ht ,or ' Purchaae of
E. w M. Townolu No- "lu Ri ge No. 86
.An.d. ,wl" on"" proof to show that the land
souk-tit Is more valuable for its timber or
1?, '"J0"'"' agricultural purrKwea, and to
eatabllah his cUlin to said land before the
ReKlater 1 nd Receiver at YJ
Mh Un2.'e8on'on Tub,'u'' IbeWthday 01
o. r1?m" ."""es: Charles E
V. ebo of Bolae, Idaho; Herh-rt P. L.mo ol
idh.i; Jm K. Hateman. I .rnle. ir
-iCt.ny "J" "!i I"?"" elalniliig advemely the
fl'ci' ui. !"d,""r,L guested to flleJ
tt , day of Way, l'" vr VKmn """t
is. w. Davis, Register. '
,. . YOU
V ILL IK amSflElL.;
Ur-t'T tlrkete r.d
and Hlotliaii. t Raib
Line ol the aorld"
irvnuareiolnt; eaat, write for ntor.
W C McBRIDE, Agent,
124 Third St.
Brick furnished in any quantty or any'
style, Na contract too tmali or to
lares. See samples of our pressed
La Grande, Oregon.