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OIK SPECIALTIES : ,
Dcctors Prescriptions and Family Receipts.
RED GKCSS DRUG STORE
jVfVV SPRING LINE OF WOOLENS ARRIVE
ALL THE LEADING EXCLUSIVE STYLE
J McKennon Building, next door to J.
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I J. If. PEARE.
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KEEP YOUR APPEARANCE ABOVE, PAR
GOOD LAUNDRY W0RKJIS NECESSARY
TO DO SO f OR CLEANLINESS? IS JA
DISTINCTIVE QUALITY OF A GENTLEMAN
TRY US WITH YOUR BUNDLE
IS TEA M LAUNDR Y :
A. C. MAC LENNAN, Prop.
: Prescription Pharmacist
THERE'S MANY A
TVVIXT CIGAR AMD LIP.
but never a slip-up or a let-up, in
the original high quality of the
Vista Orada brand. No guessing
about it anymore it's been on the
work, Have you ever smoked a '
Vista Orada cigar? No? Good
day to try one out.
C. C. HACKMAN,
H Pear's Jewelry Stor.
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A BROKEN WATCH
Is seldom beyond repair by a skilful
watchmaker. We have repaired
some watches that looked as if it
would be a waste of time to at
tempt it. Today they ere running
as w,ell as ever they did. :
Bring us Your Watch
, and let us put in proper shape. No
matter what's the trouble we can
fix itAnd we repair jewelry too. So
, skillfully that you wouldn't know it
from new. People who know us
say our charges are entirely satis
factory. , .!
JeucicrJ andj Optl clan
it an important part of our
-stock. They r carefully pre
pared and will prove of inesti
mable benefit to little sufferers.
Soothing syrups for tortured
little bodies. Gentle but effica
cious remidiee for youthful ills.
Lotion, ointments, toilet pow
ders, puffs, sponges, combs,
brushes, and all articles for the
nursery are here In great quan
tity and good quality.
We have a full line of all well
known Infant Foods.
La Cf22 tvening GSsener
MONDAY, APRIL 80, 1906
PuMr-ad daily except on Sunday
One year in advance ... '..
Six months in advance .......
Single copy J. "...
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
CURREY BROS., ED'S AND PROP
This paper will not publish any articie
appearing over a nom-de-plume. . Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the? editors. Please sign
your articles' and save disappointment
Isplar ad ralai rarntatird apon applloatlou
ma) raadlqg noUoee toe per llae flrat ' iuer-
Hon, jo pet line tor each aubaequaol ' loiter
eaoioUooi of oonrtolenca, 5o f r Hn. '
For United States Senator . 4.
FRED W. MULKEY
(short term) .
'; JOHNATHAN BOURNE
' " ' (long term)
For Governor - - r- ' t
For Secretary of State-- '
RWANW W RITNCIflM
T For State Treasurer
UCU. A. <.t.L.
For Supreme Judge
For Attorney General 1
A. M. CRAWFORD
For Supt. Pub. Instruction
J. H. ACKERMAN
For State Printer
W. S. DUNNIWAY
X For Commission Labor
O. P. HOFF
W. R. ELLIS , - '
For Prosecuting Attorney
For Joint Senator.Umatilla, Morrow
For Joint Representative, Wallowa
: , '. Union ...
S. R. HAWORTH
For County Judge
J. C. HENRY
W. W. RANDALL
BEN BROWN -For
JAMES B. GILHAM . '
DAVID H. PROCTOR
JOHN FRAWLEY .
1 t J. M. HILTS
A map just published at San Francisco
shows 453 city blocks burned. Number
bu'i'dings estimated at 60,000.'
While Eastern Oregon did not secure
many of the coveted nominations Judge
Eakin wil be the next supreme ' judge,
and will be the first Eastern Oregon man
to occupy a position on the supreme
benchl .. ' , ' . . ' " :
This is just the right sized town to
settle down in and-enjoy life. Everything
for the comfort of life can be bought here
and $10, will go as. far as $25 will in
larger cities. When you want to leave
the farm, come to our town and build a
nice comfortable home and be among the
best people in the world. ' . '
If La Grande had any athletic leaders
with a little' ginger In them, the Eastern
Oregon High School Meet; which was to
have been held in Union, could be held in
La Grande. Pendleton and Baker City
.are both in the field for it and La Grande
would be an ideal spot as a compromise.
We are permitting the surplus waters
of the Grande Rondo, Catherine creek,
Ladd creek and other streams to go to
waste now, but it will be stored In time
and held until needed. Then Grande
Ronde valley will be a continuation" of
small holdings and prosperous happy
Not a few of the Democrats are sor
in the way the voters handed it to Tom
Johnson. Johnson made the best "record
for the collection of taxes and in turning
over the money, of any of his prede
cessors and his friends think that he was
entitled to the nomination and make no
hesitation in expressing their views along
these lines. His friends 'claim that the
saloon interests of the county caused his
defeat. , , ' .
. Grandy & Russell now ha v their ice
wagon running. Leave or phone orders
to their meat market... Phone Main 50.
mm ROLL APRIL .
MissRohanA Eighth, Sarah Smith,
Rose Jarvis. B Eighth, Willie Hamilton.
Miss Kuhn A , Seventh, - Jeannette
Wheatiy, Arlo Myres. : B Seventh, Olaf
Croup, May Neill.
Miss Brunholts B Sixth, John McAnish
' Miss Harris--A fifth. , Addie Farris,
Miss Aldrich A Third. Arleigh Kam
merer, Edna Golden. ;
Miss Wenham-B Third. Edna Andrews,
Nacon Gibson. . , . . ;. . , . . .
' Miss NoblP-B Third. Wilma Porter,
Earl Reynolds. A Second, Susie Hart
man, Guy Parker.
Miss Deal A First, Stella Bodmer,
Nellie Marshall. ' :r' v
Miss Villianis A First, Emma Bolton,
Annie Lottes. ' B First, Countess Kirtley,
Robert Marshall. r '
Miss Goodnough-'-A Seventh, Bessie
Corbett, Gertrude Eakin. A Sixth, Harley
Richardson, Lee Reynolds, Gertrude
Johnson. v t' , .
E. M. Snider-B Fifth, Perry Alden,
Lizzie G rider. 1 '.' '
Mis Mitchell A Fourth, Letha Mar
shall. Victor Marshall. B Fourth, Otto
Pieper. Ralph Murchison,,,, , ...,, , V
Miss Huff A Third, Freda Aerr, Alber
Lamm. -B Third, Hslen BritU, Lena
Gerber. ?.. i, '
Miss Chambers A Second, Lillian
Suydam, Mamie-Workman. s ' '
Mr. Neill A First, Eximena Cady,
Revival Swauger, B First, Lulu Robbs,
Vwtor Morgan." t .: ; j
FOR RENT 6 ' room house to ; rnt
Enquir of A. C. Huntington, " 1740
Fourth st, ' .
... ( HAMS WANTED
i The Susar comDanv wants to emdov
teams and men, see F. S. Bramwell.
KHIISKY flPLWflG '
Every day in the week at Mrs. J. R
Forrest'. Prices lower than ever known
Trimmer from Gage's of Chicago.
RUMMAGE SALE .
Don't forget the rummage sal to be
given Friday and Saturday of this week.
MERCHANT Of VJNKE ! I
Opera House, May 24 Given in ful
costume, by . Senior of High School
Rare treat. Don't miss it Seats 36 cts
200 cords of Yellow Pine and Red Fir,
winter cut, on my place 2 miles south of
city. Any quantity $3.60 per cord on the
ground, banked out within easy reach. '
W. W. Glass, La Grande, Oregon
ATTENTION EASTERN STAR. ' "
. There will be a special meeting of
Hope Chapter O. E. S. on Saturday night,
Worthy Grand Patron. Geo. M. Hyland,
will be present the work exemplified and
a banquet served by section number five,
Mrs. Forrest chairman. , ; . . ,
,, " Worthy Matron.
TREASURER'S (ALL TOR WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed Treasure of Union County, Oregon,
has funds on hand which to pay all
County and Scalp bounty warrants which
were presented and endorsed by the
County Treasurer, prior to Sept. I, 1901.
No Interest allowed on the above war
rants after April 13, 1906. '
John Frawley . -Treasurer
of Unioh county.
SOME SIGNIflCENT STATISTICS
Statistics from the great Piano Trade
authority. The "Musical Courier" show
that the Eilers Houses now . handle one
half the pianos sold on the Pacific Coast
Nearly two score of America' factories
vie with each other to supply our tremen
dous trade. These factories know that
the Eilers Houses take a permanent in
terest In every instrument sold. They
realize that the Eilers Houses tolerate no
poor workmanship, or inferior product
They know that ever; Piano must stand
the rigid test of our warranty. We can
boast therefore.' of having the very finest
line of instruments of any retail dealers
the World and this line is fully represented
in our La Grande stock. Remember that
the Sale will not always , last We have
an elegant assortment from which to
select Come'in and have a little ' heart
to-heart talk with us and just see what
we will do foryou. Our business is to
mak people happy. Come and join the
Merry-makers. Eilers Piano House
W. K. Davis, manager
5 1 6 Adams Avenue
FIR STREET SECOMD HAND STORE
has just received fine line of REFRIGERATORS which we are offering at
the lowest prices at which these goods have ever been sold in La Grande.
- We Have
ONE SECOND HAND RIDING PLOW
16 inch, also one Deenng Cultivator, and
SEE OUR BIG CROCKERY VALUE
Best Values in Crockery in La Grande today 30 piece dinner set Floral
Desien $5.7&. 45 piece dinner set Johnson Bros. English white war only
$8.25. WE WANT YOUR TRADE. ' . ,
DON'T FORGET 1 j
. to trade your Old Stove for on of our Fin Ranges
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: Call or phone Red 1751 . - ' ;.'..
FIR STREET SECOND IIAlW STORE
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This has nothing to do with the tariff ques
tion, but refers solely to the protection of
your hands while house cleaning, by wearing
a pair of our HOUSEHOLD RUBBER
GLOVES. , You can save your hand in any
kind of general honse work. W have a new
supply just from the factory made especially
for us which we are selling at the very low
price of $1.00 per pair and every lady
should have a pair. Call and see them.
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Better Lumber and Cheaper than is sold in
La Grande , We deliver it to your building
I Crande Ronde
IN BUSINESS AGAIN
Business with me means
of course. Twenty years
with horses has placed me
in that business to . stay
When you want a first 'class turnout call or phone th
RED FRONT LIVERY STABLE
mnr.r ji e
Evarv famtltf in ,
, wn inouia nave a
box of soap from our wmdow this week
at 20 eta. Come in or telephone us.
Under HEW mSnn rrsmant
Board and Room $5 per week, cash.
Meals 25 cts. Special rates f.unishe
Monthly patrons. No. 1417 Adams Ave.
rnone 110. 1101.
Mrs. W. E. Murchison, proprietress
I I M A L.C
Contractor and Builder
Dealer id Building Material
n La, Grande, Oregon
Dro a Una naming work, and 1 will
. ram the'right price. '
several fine Rifles at BARGAINS j
w l i vy i y
LA GRANDE, OR
Lumber Co 1
THIS TIME TO STAY
4 I have looked over the
1 entire east and found that
there is no place like home
PHONE ' RED '., 81
: LicHTiMiiMc collection:
: agency :
,11. A. Watson, Mgr.
All claims placed in our hands
J be paid direot to th creditor, j
Our system gets the money. J
J Full particulars made known upon
application to interested parties.
Office up-stairs In Ralston building J
: . ' La Grand. Or. '
The CcrniT.rnii r.inh will o'.vs ant
n of their popular dances SatuEW
vrr . WMu.