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A STRONG COMPANY v
The Boston Horn Journal ha this to
My among other thing in regard to a
performance of "The Christian:" "There
wa never another play written that held
two parte of uch equal worth for both
stars, unlet one expect "Romeo and
Juliet." Storm dominate most of the
."scenes, and ha a great number of those
important Wstwjids6n wiich the curtain
fall, out Q.ory gain the sympathy of
her audience from first to .a at o it i a
great part for the woman also. Miss
Lawrence is Qlcry Quayls and Mr. Sain
polis John Storm, and well both of them
are don. Mite Lawrence Is indeed a
far more satisfactory Glory than we havs
yet seen. She exhibits great (trength in
that wonderful next to , the last act, and
carries the lighter scenee with a grace
that is charming. She does not make
that error so common among star, re-
membrane of self to the constant forget- -
fulness of her part, and is therefor capit- !
ally fitted for such a child of nature a
Glory. Mr. Sainpoiis shows that, h ha
evidently given thi part most careful
study, and give a performance equal to
any that we have yet seen.! Great pains
has been taken to give this play a careful
and intelligent production and there are
more folk desiring to see it' than can be
accommodated." Stewarts Opera House.
May 3. ...v
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ppUO STORE TAIK
What you think will be
&ood for your own ail
ments or the. ailments
; of your family can bese-
cured from our large
siouK or propneiary med
icines. What the, phy
sician orders will . be
compounded in our -Prescription
from pure fresh and
a .1 W have reduced the pries of Shiws Peruvian Tonic Restorative from
one dollar to 76c a bottle or six bottles for $4.00. , S
Thie is a reliable spring ton c ar.d blood purifier. ' piv it a trial
! W AT T S D RU G CO !
: i L.' ' Grande, O re'go h
- f NCISEfRS WAHTfD
Grant.Key of thi city, ha received a
letter from th asiisstant chief of the
at Washington, stating that they are in
nsea or dredge engineers, . with American
experience, also men with experience in
email electrical refrigerating plants, also
locomotive engineer. Th latter era re
ceiving 1180 per months,. i
ifie instructions state that a rigid
physical examination will be necessary.
Thos crippled or suffing from chronic
disease or. otherwise incapacitated will
not be appointed. '. i.y ..
We hive tn. lr.es for lie. Hardy, home grown, first-class trees. Sev
eral hundred left. AFFLKS and r-EARS. SENATOR DUNLAP STRAW
BERRIES. B.e.-.t bearers of ftn brriea. Six vn.tie nf HI lryRPROire
The leading Porr.e mental shrubs, 6000 apples for fall planting, mostly 1
awiMou us"uur iV win yay jruu w ifvt our pncci,
UNION MRStRX :
, 'j ; Union, Oregon 1
JOS, WEAVER, Peoprietor , t
:, ; Hundreds of Old ppr$, 25 d$ per fundrcd. 5
:.lh b$t in the world for underlaying your carpets. Try
thm and you will s y so ycur self. For sale att th
Three work hortes , ona dapple gray
1 200 lbs. , brown clubby horse' about
1 000 lbs. shod behind , bay mare 1 000
lbs. , dent in left shoulder. Last . seen
on the road toward Union, 1 6 for their
rturn to C. A. Peterson, Ladd Creek.
KOTICf T0Sf HllT
All persons, who are indebted to J. Bull
k Company are notified to call at the old
place of '.business and, settle same by
May 1,1906, " ' ; -.- J
PtlU. A COMPAWY.' ,
BLUt MOLNTAIS f ORfST RESERVE
Application For Omjinir p.rm;.
Notice la hereby givelj that all ac-Dli-
cation for 1 permit to grai cattlir
horses, and sheep within the Eastern
mviwon. of the Blue Mountain Format
Roeerve, during th season of 1 908. i..n
be ' submitted to D. B. Shallnr. Fnrt
Superintendent. Baker City. Oregon, on o
before May 19, 1906. Full (nfnrrr-
ation, in regard to the grazing fees to be
cnargeo, and blank rorms to be used, in
making application, will
upon request addressed to the', above
named officer. .
s OvsrtohW Prick,
. Associate Forester
1 Now is the time to do your fencing,
you need feivceposts, w have them tor
sale. Our post were cut from green fur
and tamarack trees and are thoroughly
dry. We have about 6000 of them which
we must dispose of this spring. ; We will
exchange them for live etock, hay, grain,
Kg, potatoes or other produce
k, L"v ordr at Th Golden Rule or at
No. 1606 Sixth Street. Also dry cord
wood for sal in ny quantity.
. , J. Anthony ..J.
fresh and Cured JOlVvlrlOPE
t L CURE
! ADM ISSlON TREE
1 Its Aims. What It Will Accomplish i
Can be obtained 'at .. this' mar-
at all times. We deiiver alii
orders promptly. . fPhone to J
us or leave your order. We
will do the rest ' ::'V'J;
KR0 USE BROS Prop.
Successor to J. Bull and Go..
Phone Main 43
NOTICE OF RESTORATION to Settle
ment, Entry, Filing and Selection of Lands
within the former Baker City Forest Re
serve, Oregon. Department of tne Inter
ior, General Land Office. Washington, O.
C. March 28, 1 906. In pursuance of the
proclamation of the President of the
United States, dated March 1 6. 1 906, ex
cluding from the former Baker City forest
Reserve, oartlv embraced . in tn B!u
"Mountains Forest Reserve. Oregon, the
area described below, and restor.ng to
settlement th public land therein, notice
i hereby given that the said public lands
will become subject to entry, fli:ng and
selection, under the usual restrictions, at
the United State Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, on July 18. 1906: In
Towmhip eight (8 South, Range thirty
eight (98) East, Willamette Menol,..,, .
west half of the north-west quai..r' .A
the west half of the south-west quarter
of Section thirty-five (56); in Township
nine9) South, Range thirty-nine (59)
East, the west half of the north-west
quarter and the west half of the south
west quarter of Section twenty nine ('29:.
and the west half of the nrrth-weBi
quarter of Section thirty-two (82).
W. A. Richards, Commissioner.
Asting Scretary of the Interior. ,
Spaciil .correspondent Wilshire's
at t ie sett of tm onspiracy '
.' at Cold well. Iduno.- ;'
Ousstians answered. "Apponents
CwUenged to successfully eon- 1
I traoic. any statement' made. '
WAN HOPE SPEAKS TO .000
"The Missive doors of the Col
' isium were thrown open at 7:00
P. M. Long before 8:00 P. M. the
building was jammed, floor, galler
ies, and p atfohn, hundreds stand
ing in the aisles and in the rear.
Over four thousand were present.
Many hundreds who sought admis
sion d to abandon the attempt,
not even standing room being avail
able." Press Report.
A I UUMMLKUIAL CLUB
S May 2nd..-1 8 p. m.
Everybody invited, ADMISSION
I FREE. Also take notice that the
4 that the Socialist County Conven-
tion will be held in the same place
X May 1st. at 10. All Socialists in
1 the county are invited to be present
. ,. RIO! LOAM
'. Extra rich black, loam, for - filling gar
dens, etc for sale and delivered, - I also
ave gravel fcr t f j 1 , 1 1 . c tic
delivered on the pis :e, . ,
"' ' ' ' ' " ' J L. Mars.
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IN fl I1MK5IY?
' ' lHrN''',vl,i':
: THE TRANsVERMAN ,
II will tal:e that, trunk to the Da
Pt f Jour brn... Y-w( ; ;-. than .
it takes to'tell it, ' " ' '
" Day phone Red '."61 t
' Night phone Biack , 1
.Wagonalwat at your s. - I
YOU SHOULD VISIT
OUR STORE TO-DAY
if you are out to buy Gro
ceries for the lay out of
tempting things which pur
roof covers sparkles' with
interest to those ' who
appreciate right " quality
and the value of a doll
PHONE MAIN 46
NOffTH FIR STREET
: THE . V J
QXFORb PAR j
JAMES fAQUrl ARSON, Prop. !
CoaiptM aamuueatol -ij J
WINES, LIQUORS vt' !
Cold lunche and mixed drink a
specialty. Fair and impartial
treatment to all. , You are invited
to call and get acquainted.
fOR SAlt AT A BARCAW
One 'sixty ' Horse Power- Russel
Engine Boiler '. and , fixture ? com-,
qlete. All in good running order. Rea
son for selling put in Electic Dower. In.
quire of La Grande Milling Company,
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