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NOTHING BETTER EL" OUR (USHION AND
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MECIITS TWO SfAUD
A Cheerful App?aranc
attests a joyous soul--no matter what
the conditions of affairs at the moment
So doth bright, handsome wall paper add
-ur delight of life, even if a note s due
tomorrow, the cash not now forth coming
Come in here if you would see wallpaper
n all its ways of adding to home comfort
money not excepted.
SIANIELS & JARMAN,
.pi, Paper Hangers and
Any Make of
Agent for Cleveland Bicycles
THE LA GRANDE
Is one of my special
ties. Delivery to be
made on or alter
Special bargains on Roses
I also have a fine lot of Apple,
pear, prune, plum, cherry, appri-
cot, peach, mulberry, shade
trees and ornamental trees,
grapes, currents, gooseberry,
blackberry, dewberry, rasp
berry, vines, creepers, and
fiedge plsnts. .
Phone 1511, Thorns' grocery
Geo. W. Powell, t
Repairs Strictly ri-stclass
Kvs fi;tt:il to door Locks
Ail.mi At'r ue
Brick furnished in any quanuy or any
style, No contract too small or to
large. See samples of our pressed
La (Jrande, Orgoc.
iiicky Mor,taia Tsa fgets
A Put Mioin. for Ba'J f"KJ
' n Xi Qoides Hesltl sil EW1 V .
v V. : 'kpVoIHo for CnrlrMon. ''""Z
WE CARRY MEATS
for a brief while only. Short for saying
that we handle only fresh products.
we sell so much beef, mutten, lamb,
pork, and poultry that nothing stays on
our premises long. . Food for thought in
that truthful statement If you object to
stale meats, let us have your orders.
Grandy & Russell
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY. PRINCIPAL ,
' . MRS? DAY, ASSISTANT."
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This is one of the best musical in-
' institutions in the state, and that
people in this city and '-valley are
begininngtodiscover the advantage
of this school. The system is the
latest and most radical, and In
cludes all the latest discoveries in
the art of teaching music The .
school is divided into two depart- -ments;
No. I is for beginners from
' 5 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 '
S. 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 1
the candy store. Phone. 475.
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THE TAYLOR STUDIO
To the 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. Come while your gown
is fresh and new, it will look neat
er in a picture than after it has
been to the laundry, Remember
the new location of
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
is next door to the Observer
PHONE BLACK 1182
SUNDAY PHONE 841
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Send your collections
and cash items to
Tile Stock Growers and :
. . farmers Bank, j
OF WALLOWA. OREGON. .
We Fay five per cent interest on
1 C. T. McDaniel, Cashier.
A. K. Steunenbero, Pres. I
Kentucky Black ! Leaf
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i ana otner aipping mater
i ials in
i Write for prices
(Sertpps News Association) : " i
Philadelphia. Pa., May 8 EJward
Payso'n Weston, the veteran pedestrian,
started from here today to New York. A
large crowd was present when he started
from the City Hall at eleven o'clock this
forenoon and the old man was cheered by
the crowd on his way." Three years ago
Mr. Westin was asked to walk from here
to New York in the interest of science, bat
deferred it from time to time. ' He is
now sixty-eight years old. bui believes
he can walk as fast as he could thirty
years ago. .
The late Professor R. Ogdan Doremus
was one of the physicians-who signed the
request that Mr. .Weston make the trip.
.Before, during an4 after-the walk Mr.
Weston will, be watched by physicians.
He was subjected to a caref ji examin
ation fx ton he started on his long wlk
this forenoon and found in excellent con
dition. ' Several physicians in automobiiea
are accompanying Mr. Wsstin, , He ex
pacta to reach the fehryhouse at the
Pennsylvania Railroad -station in Je rsey
City at eleven o'clock tomorrow forenoan.
; fORfST RAKCnJS XAKIKAIIOfIS
: The civil service examination for the
position of Forest Ranger, will be held
in this city on May 14. Applicants must
should write to the Forest superintendent
at Baker wty, for application blanks.
; MAT UVf K)0 YEARS :
The chances for livine a full centurv are
excellent in the case of Mrs. Jennie Dun
can, of Haynesvilla, Me., now 70 years
old. She writes; "Electric Bitters cured
me of Chronic Dyspepsia ' of 20 years
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
Nhwuh Druo Co.'i drug store. Price only
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received, by the
undersigned, at the La Grande National
Bank up to May 1 2, 1 906, for the con
struction, necessary material, etc., for a
bank and ; office building, Pians 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 per cent
of the contract price, must accompany
eacji bid. The right to reject any or all
bids is reserved. F. L. Meyers,
Chairman Building Committee.
CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING
The Republican County Central Com
mittee will meet at the Commercial Club
La Grande, Tuesday, May 8, at 1:30
p, m, All the Repuplican candidates ar
(quested to be present.
' C. E. Cochran, Chairman.
,- VOTERS ATTENTION
Because you swore at the primary
election does not give you the privilege of
voting at the regular election, and if you
have not registered, you will be obliged to
swear in your vote again at the general
e!e tion if you do not register on or before
Mav 16th. Remambsr the registration
books close May 1 5th.
Stovall, of Tilton. Ga,
of other weak
stored to perfect
health by this rem
edy. YOU may be
you will talc
nearly all the sick
ness that women
bare. It deprives the system of nourih
OMntand the delicate organs peculiar to
women suffer weaken, and become
nables the stomach and digestive organs
to digest and assimilate all of the whole
some food that may be eaten. Itnouriihes
the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
restoring health and strength. Kodol euros
indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour
risings, belching.heartbura and all stomach
Digests What You Eat
Dollar MlU k.14. 9 -4
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(Scrlppe News Association) .. .
Matuchan. N. Y.. May 8 -The ; Sping
Meeting of the New Jersey Federation ol
Women's Clubs opened here this morning
at the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs
J. C Mason, wife of thepastor of the
church delivered the invocation and Mrs.
Hester M. Poole, fc under of the Quiet
Hour Club of this city, delivered the ad
dress of welcome. The President of the
Federation.; Mrs. Andrew J. Newbury,
responded and then delivered her annual
address. Part of the morning session
was devoted to the discussion of the sub
ject of bettar housing forewomen em
ployes at summer resorts. The subject
was'introduced by Mrs. Edward Gray, of
Irvington, and evoked a spirited discus
sion. Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth w:U be tht
principal speaker In the afternoon session
The Rev. Antoinette Brown Blackwet
will deliver an address on Susan B.
Anthony. Among the guests of honor
at the convention are Mrs. Philip Carpen
ter, president of the New York State
Federation; Mrs. Belle de Rivera, presi
dent of the New York City Federation;
Mrs. ume uaveraauz Hiak iv..i,.nr r.
the New York LegislativeJ-eague; tht
Rev. Phebe A. Hanaford, president of tht
New York Woman's Press Club; Miss
Ada Fuller, president of the New Jersey
Woman's Press Club; Mrs. Charlotte B.
Wilbur, president of Soroaia. and Mn
Emma Bourne, president of the New
Jersey Woman's Christian Temperence
MEXICAN WAR VETERANS IN THE CAPITAL
Sorlpps News Association)
WaeNnirton. D. C. Mav a. Thu ihirto.
third annual reunion of the National -
ciation of Veterans of the Mexican War
opened here today for a two day's session.
The attendance is surprisingly large.
many or tne members are accompanied
bv their wives and famili.' An inrr.t
Ing program has been prepared for the
occassion, including a number of social
features and a visit to President Roose
velt at the White House.
The Centenial has changed hands. It
will he -ready to receive boarders the
first of May, room and board $5.00 a
week, meals 25 cts. Come and see us.
C. T. Tolin. Proprieter.
PUBLIC HID SIMMONS
First Publication March 26 th 608
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Union County.
X E. Bateman, Plaintiff 1
, . s. -Summons
Allen Clark. Defsndxnt
To Allen Clark defendant above
In the name of the State of Oretron
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed acainst vou in
the above entitled court and suit on or
before May 8th. 1906. And if you fail
so to answer, for want thereof the olain-
tifT will take the judgment of said court
against you for the sum of S65.76
together with interest thereon t th rt
of eight per cent per annum after Octo
ber 50th. 905, 'together with attorney
fee of $23 and the costs and disburs
mfints of this action, upon your certain
promisory note and also, order for sale
of attached property viz NElfbf SW!t'
& SE.V of,.V.V 3ji. i in Twp. 6 S. R
55 E. W. M. to pay such judgment.
Tins summons is published by order of
Hon. Robert Eakin, Juage of the above
Anrif!v4 rV-Mirr. rvtarln M3K OKtk lOftC.
j wvut r i.ii.v '1U,VI, .U,lli I OW"
j fixing six f.nsjcutive weeks therefor-
ana in tne ia urinae evening Ubserver
the first publication hereof being March
26th. 1906. '. 'C. H.Finn,
' Attorney for Plaintiff.
and the East
Fast trains daily, through to Chi
cago with-nit chance, from points
in Oregon and Vahington, via the
Clilraflo, Union I'acitic and North
Western Line, the route of The
Overland Limited. ov?r the double
track railway between the Misuiuri
Hirer and Chirauo, making direct
cxNincction at Chicago with all lines
to the East.
THE BEST OF CVERYTHINO.
For further inlnraiation apply lo
W. A. Cat, Oracral Art. C. NW. Rr.
IU Third 6trMt, Portkud, Ore.
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; Phone Main 6
j DRUG STORE TALKf ,
We have reduced the price of Shews Peruvian Tome Restorative rom
one dollar to 76c a bottle or six bottles for $f.00. ''
This is a-reliable spring ton.c and blood purifier. Give it a trial
WATTS DRUG CO
Lm Grande, Oregon
LA GKANOE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor, ,
. Compute Macliin: Slops ani Fojniry
General Blacksmiths, We manufacture The Fitzgerald Roller Feed
Mill., the bist ni ehsapsst mill on the market.. Our shops are
quipped with mschinary to handle any sized work, nothing too large
or nothing to small. Highest prices paid for old cast Iron.
HAVE YOU SEEN IT
We have reference to
Donnelly's & Shsurer's
New soda fountain. The finest In town. The sodas which are drawn
from it are unsurpassed In the state. We know exactly what vou want
and how to make it. Wnen we say its
chil Iren a'ways welcome. High grade
Standard trands of
Next Door to
, M A HKET
formerly known as the
PHONE MAIN 16
Having purchased the Har- '
ns market from Rohr &
Co. i am in a position to
give t"e best in quality
ane prices to be had in La
Grande. Tho Harris mar
kut will hereafter be known
X MARKET 1
FULL LINE! KCWliN STOCK
JTWe have a complete stock of No. t
7 n-cthy nd wild hay Sream roll- J
td Parity, Oats and Millfeed. Give j
us a trial order. ..
Lewis Bros. Prop. " I
what you think will be
good for your own ail
ments, or the ailments
of your family can be
secured from our large
stork of proprietary
medicines, what the -physician
will be com
pounded in our pre
fwm mttm rmmh anri
right yuu know its so. . Ladies and
cigars and tobacco
I K. OLIVER.
'u nion nob N T Y
. Bcstjequippedlabstracter in Union
county.J Many years experience
with the Unicn oounty records
gives me a great advantage. It .
js folly to purchase real estate
without first securing a proper
abstract. An abstract from my
office will show the title just as
it'appeare on the official record.
I. R. OLIVER,
I A GRANDE, OREO JN
Room S I Somtner Building
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