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THIS HOUSE ATTRACTS
1 roiicE ''".::
, - -because
of Its attractive
ors -not shown in the "black
and white" illustration. To
judge its painting ask us to
point it out for you. You can
do much to add to the beauty
w . , jVU All
vest in a little paint here.
STAN1EIS & JARMAN.
Paper Hangers and
Second Hand Bicycles . ,;
One Rambler $6.00
One Ideal ...... 10.00
One Colambia Chainless 16.00
One Ladies' wheel 10.00
' Cleveland and Princetons
$25 to $100 -
PHONE RED 261
' CREAMERY BUILDING
THE LA GRANDE
I NURSERY I
Is one of my special"
. ties. Delivery to be
made on or after
T '.' Special bargains oh Roses
I also have a fine lot of Apple,
pear, prune, plum, cherry, apprn '.
; cot, peach, .mulberry,,, shade
trees and ornamental trees,
T grapes, currents, gooseberry,
J blackberry, dewberry, rasp
- berry, vines, creepers, and
,,' hedge plants., '
Phone 1511, Thorns grocery
" Geo. W. Powell,
- Xcirs Strictly Firstclass
K- ys fitted to door Locks .
i ''' Adams vraoe
Brick furnished in any quantty or any
style, No contract too small or to
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large. See samples of our pressed
I La Grand, On grn .
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ftccky Mountain Tea Nujtjet
s k Buiy M)rtia for Buy top!.
iuf Ooldes Hetlta sad RsMwsd Vigor .
. prin fir OnuMnntlon. Inrflirertloo. I.lv
ktii Kulm-y Timibtei. Pimple, Kpzt.lt-, linpui
Bl.nd, Ba4 Broth, Sluinttsh Bowels Italrta
and Haolurhe. Ii'iltix-kr Monninln T In tab
h-i rHiti. vnt a tx-. fwmiiM niotia i.
botuTta Dura Orvnurv. Miwjt. f
tOLOEK NUGGETS FOR 8U.O PE0PU
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, WE CARRY MEATS
for a brief while only. Short for saying"
that wt handle only fresh products.
We tell co much beef, mutten, lamb,
pork, and poultry that nothing stays on
our premises long. Food for thought in
that truthful statement. It you object to
stale meats, let us have your orders.
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
. OF MUSIC
PROF. DAY, PRINCIPAL. " " v
. MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
This is one of the best musical in-
institutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
begininng todiscovar the advantage
of this school, The system is the '
latest and most oractical, 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 is no kin
dergarten system but far superior.
In No. 2 the grades .are from 2 to
6.' Here they graduate. Pupils
take one or two lessons a week as
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. 475.
To thb Summer Girl:
I want you to visit my studio and
let me show you how successfuly
I can photograh you in your 'sum
mer gown. Coma while your gown
! f rn .K anrl nmia i. ...ill I L
I erin a picture than after it has
Deen to the laundry. Remember
the new location of
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
X is "next door to the Observer X
PHONE BLACK 1182 '
criMrtAV Dunwp on
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Send your collections
. - and cash items to '
Tlie Stock Crfiwm anil
' Fanners BanK, V
OF WALLOWA, OREGON.
We pay five per 'cent interest on
. time deposit. .
C f. MoDamiel, Cashier.
A. K. Steukexbf.ro, Pres. '
Kentucky Black Leaf t
and other dipping mater-
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x in " .
Wnt for prices' ,
I THE PENDLETON J
The eastern Oregon high school track
meet will be broueht to Pendleton this
year,, is almost certain. The meeting
was to have been held in Union on May
26, but Union has withdrawn from the
contest and the date of the meeting at
that place has been Cancelled.
Prof. L.R. Travers has written to
roth Baker City and La Grande, in the
effort to bring the three-cornered msetr
mg between Baker City, La Grande
and Pendleton to this city on Mav 50
He has n.t hea d definit.l from eithir
place yet, but it is thought that such
wille done, .',' ,
Both Baker City and La Grande have
exellent teams and neither of those places
wish to have the meeting called off. and
m thought that thev will consent to
come to this city on May 50, Decoration
The Pendleton team is practicing hard
for the event and will put up good mat
erial with hopes of carrying off a num
ber of hor ors. In three-cornered event.
Pendleton wouid have an excellent oppor
tune of coming out ' victors with the
It is understood that the Union team
ient the money which had been collected
to defray the expence of the meet at
that place to the San Francisco sufferes.
SPOKANE 6, Butte 4. ' ' !
The. 1 9th season of the Northwestern
League opened Saturday with a victory
for Spokane over. Butte. Both teams
fielded loosely but' Butte could not hit
Simons. . Score:
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Butte 00200000 24 4 '4
Spokane ,:i 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0-6 10 2
Schmidt and Swindells; Simons, and
, TACOMA 6 GRAY'S HARBOR 2
The Northwestern baseball season
opened Saturday when Tacoma defeated
uray s Harbor at Tacoma by a score of
6 to 2. Athena's old battery proved too
scientific and the Harbor team scored
because of errors. Score: :. R. H.E.
Gray's Harb. 00002000 02 8 5
Tacoma .. ... .2 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 6 12 2
Batteries Yeazell and Boettiger;
Butler and Shea.
ATHENA NEXT SATURDAY
The baseball team was out for a prac
tice yesterday and Captain Seigrist is
putting the finishing touches to the ptoy
era that are to meet the famous Yellow
Kids of Athena next Saturday and Sun.
day. Athena has lost very few games
this season, and has been Dlavinv for
some time, while the local boys have only
had ' one practice game. However
next Saturday will set a royal battle
on the diamond and whatever the Kids
get they will have to earn.
ANOTHER STAR DROPS .
; The Yellow Kids of Athena have lost
another etar. and their famous battery ii
no more. Following the exodus of Shea,
ixe Buner, the twirler, packed tu grip
and departed for Tacoma where he will
play with his former team mate, Athena
lost its game' with the Boosters Satur
day by a score of 5 to 1.
AMERICANS GET TWO FIRSTS ;
(Scrlpps Newt Association)
Athens April 60 Paul. Pilgrim today
won the 400 meter running race in fifty-
three and a fifth seconds. Immediately
following this event, J. D. Lightbody of
Chicago, the wonderful half-miler won
the 1600 meter race In four minutes and
twelve seconds. The American team is
now far in the lead and it is almost an
assured fact that they will capture the
most points in the track and field games.
W0T1CE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bid will be received, by the
undersigned, at the La Grande National
Bank up to May 12, 1906, for the con
struction, necessary material, etc., for a
bank and office buildins. Plans and
specifications can be seen at the bank
after the 26th inst. . ,'
A condition of contract will be that the
building must be completed by Oct. 1.
1 906. A certified check, for 1 0 Der cent
of the contract price, must accomnanv
each bid. The riehttoreiectanvnr.il
b'ds is reserved. F. L. Mevsrs.
, Chairman Building Committee.
MAT UVE WO TEARS J
The chances for living a full centur r
excellent in the cast of Mrs, Jennie Dun
can, of Haynesville, Me- now . 70 v.r
old. She writes: "Elaetrie Bitrar r.
mt pf Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years
standing, and made me feel as wet and
strong as a young girL" Electrio Bitters
curt Stomach and Liver diseases. Blood
disorders, General Debility and bodilv
weakness. Sold, on a Buarant ,i
Newlir Druo Co.'t drug store. Price only
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Agent Moore of the O. R. & N. will sell
tickets on May 2, 8, 4 and 6th U Los
Angeles and return for $50.
'- every friosy nht in tlks lt
.11, at 8 p. m. Y.sitinH ! bihrtn
invited to attend.
I. R. Snock V. S
Dr. G. L. Biggcrs W. P
I. O. 6. F.- La Gmndii I nAam N.i ' 1 ft
meets in their hall every Saturday night
visiung oromers cordis lly invited to at
tend. Cemetery Dlat mav ha an at
' i H. E. Cooudce, N. G.
D. E Cox. Sec. ' .. ; t-;
STAR ENCAMPMENT, No.' 51, L O.
0. F. Meets every fi-- and third Thurs
days in the month in Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting patriarchs always welcome,
- . Q. E. FctER, C. P.
D. E. Cox, Scribe.
M. W. A.- La Grande Camp No. 7705
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. O. F. ball. , All
visiting neishbors are cordially inviUd tn
attend. . C. S. Williams, V. C.
Johh Hall, Clerk.
OF AMERICA Court
22 meets each Th urn-
aid Marion No.
Red man hall. Brnthnra
are invited to attend.
L L. Shodgras3 Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees Dr. G. L. Bioobrs
John Hall and C. S. Williaml
FRIENDSHIP TPNT tin l u n T
M. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays
H. C. Call, Com.
Mox Bloch, Record Keeper
L.O. T. M. HlVfTNr. 07 M.,. -.,
first and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the Redmen hall. . All visiting
ladies are welcome.
MAUDR LotJrt f ,Hu P.nrntnanHor
M. C. Vessey. Record Keeoer. -
B. P. O. E., La GRANDE LODGE No
453--Meets each Thursday evenino at
eight o'clock - in Elks' hall, on Adams
Avenue. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend. - ' . '
C. W. Davis. Exalted Ruler'
G. E. McCully, Recording Secretary.
LA GRANDE LODGE No. 19,
WOODMEN OF TH5 WORLD-Mla
every Friday r,f ' arh i
the K. of P. hall in the Corp building. All
visiung memoers welcome. .
N. L. Ackl'xs, Consul Commander
J. H. Keeney, Clerk. '
RED CROSS LODGE, No. 27-Meete
every Monday evening In Castle. Hall.
Corps building. A Pythian welcome to
all visaing Knights,'
N. L. Ackles, C C.
R. Pattisom, K. R. & S.
RATHBONE-SISTERS Rowena Tem
ple. No. 9 meets every Wednesday even
ing at 8 p. m. in the K. of P. Hall in the
Corpt building. Visiting member cordi
ally invited. 1
,'..'.',- . ' Milly Fhawley M. E. C,
Eumice Procter M. of R. 4.C :
i r STOCK MEf TINGS '
For the purpose of receiving applica
tions for grazing during the season of
1S06, within the Eastern division of Blue
Mountains' Forest Reserve, will be he'd
Pendleton, Ore, May 6.
La Grande, Ore., May 8.
Baker City, Ore.. May 11.
Austin, Ore, May 18. .
The date for receiving applications
closes May 1 9th.
.1 D. B! Sheltor, Forest Supt
":i v-, . PASTURE
Well watered good - grass adjoining
Morgan Lake, horses or cattle $ l.OOIper
' ' '; TmoS. BrOAOHURST.
If You are a Lover .
of ice cream you will find your
sweetheart waiting for vou at this
store. We make it a point to set
that our cream, milk, sugar and"
fruit and other flavor, that it'
handled in a cleanly way from the
raw material to the finished, pro
duct and that you art served with
politeness. . We give vou the best
ice cream and water ices wt can
for the money.
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to taRe
D. H. STEWARD. Propne-.or and Manager.
The Gr2t2st Success
DIRECTION CF CEORCE L. DAKTIi
Thursday, May 3
AS CL0RY QCAYLE
; JOHN SAINGPOLIS
PRICES 50, 75, Sl.00 and
lery 25c. On sale Tuesdav
iwu udn uo ini& ana not spend any more
money than you are spencing now.
The secret is trade at the
uur prices are right our detivery system is right our groceries are
Try our 8 cent Cracker snaps. The children cry for them. You v.
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, account mist many of it advantages.
Wwmyt'gkd to txplain the
to those who are not familiar with
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