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g Good Garden
New Line , of
I Just in, Latest
I Mowlties in
THE GOLDEN RULE
My Spring Stock
: grade furnishings is how complete
! your inspection solicited. :
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I TOR FIRST CLASS GROCERIES
Fresh fruits and vegetables every day
Your orders promptly delivered as
fast as ordered
Standard brands always in stock. "
THE CITY GROCERY AMD BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr..
and Canvas in
New and neat
est Things in
GARDENS EE D
Anything in the line of tools for gardening
Lawn Mowers, J
Get it at the
Golden Rule Co.
Udae Udll V. OOQ
iaw5 "iu, 1312 Adarne Avenue.
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of men's high j
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Red Cross Drug Store
A: C. MacLennan sole distributor, Union and Wallowa counties
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Just Received :
LADIE'S H TS I
Smallt Prices I
The Five Hundred Club was delight
fully entertained yesterday Afternoon by
Mrs. M. L. Causey. The orize. a cun
and saucer, was won by Mrs F. E.
moore. strawberries, cake and coffee
were served. Those present were:
Mesdames H. S. Cavana. Jak r.nllinn
G. E. McCully, E. W. Bartlett, Jay Van
Buren, Wm. Allison. Fred Kiddla. .1 H
Aikine. Fred Swayney, Fred Meyers,
Clarence Crawford. F. E. Moore, Z. P.
Eubank. Misses Margaret Newlin and
Misses Rohbenia Paul and Mahal
Williams will entertain the 401 r.luh n.f
Thursday 'evening at the home of Miss
The Ladies Aid Societv of the Preahv-
terian church will meet for a social after
noon tomorrow at Mrs. F. E. Moore's
Mrs. N. Molitor will entertain the ladies
of the Kaffee Klatch Friday afternoon.
CHERRY CROP IS PROSPEROUS
From the last reports the canned goods
and dryed fruits on the Pacific coast are
more nearly exhausted now than they
have been at this season of the year, for
many years, and the prices are firm.
The prospects for all canning and drying
enterprises are very favorable this sea
son. The Grande Ronde Valley, will thTs
year, have 60 or 70 tons of Royal Anns
nd other white cherries that certainly
ought to go to some cannery, even if local
enterprise should fail to take hold of
this most desirable project, as the demand
has always greatly exceeded the supply
ABSOLUTELY ALL HAVANA
. Druggist W. J. Morrison spent iter
day in Pendleton.
i Editor Sebird of the Union Republican,
w i- uranda visitor today.
The rafleon the burnt tnH t AJmrV.
LfurniUjre store, will take place this even-
"IK av o OCIOCK,
eports from the Cove are to the effect
that the fruit crop will be the largest for
The Dixon-Jubilee singers arrived this
morning end will hold their entertainment
in the Central Church tomorrow night
Chas. Dickens of Walla Walla, who has
been in" the' city a few "days, went to
Baker City this morning,
Mr.'K. O'Loane, 'representing the
Blake McFall paper house of Portland is
in the city .today visiting the trade
Miss Veda Shoemaker, who has been
visiting the Misses White, returned tn her
home in Union this morning.
Mr. W. A. Watts has been confined in
his home several weeks with sickness.
He isreported much hettartvtav
. D. Slater, the Democratic nominee
or district attorney, left vesterdav for
Wallowa countySpn a campaign tour.
Mrs7rt4ffey went to Baker City this
morning with her daughter, Mrs. E. Yan
tiss, who returned to her home in Baker
Fred Sauter, formerly a resident of
this city but more recently located in
Portland, is In the city and expects
locate here again.
Attorneys Wm Ramsey, C. H. Finn1
and T. H. Crawford are in Pendleton at
tending Supreme court which is in
session there. : ' ";,
Richard Smith of Elgin was in the
city between trains last enening on his
way to Nampa Idaho, where he goes to
look after land interests.
Dr. H.. A. Ketchum, Sunday School
missionary for the Grande Ronde Presby
tery, is in Elgin today in the interest of
the Sunday School. ,
Dr. Al Richardson returned Sunday
from Portland, accompanied by Mrs.
Richardson, who has been there since
the first of the' year taking a special
course in music
D. D. Bronsan. forest inspector, in
charge of the forest reserve and Super
visor S. S. Terrell, of the eastern portion
of Blue Mountain forest reserve, with
headquarters at Sumpter are in the city
Cecil Galaway and Dwight 'Barnes
were here from Elgin today to attend the
Republican committee ' meeting. Dr.
Saunders and Lucius. Wright of Union
were among the many present
H. Cook and wife of Medical Springs
are in the city. Mr. Cook is the manager
of the Medical Springs hotel, and says
that business is prosperous in his native
town. He is a member of the Republican
Central Committee which meets here
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Roberts of La
Grande, were in the city yesterday visit-
ng relatives and friends. They returned
home last night so that Mr. Roberts
might resume his duties as register of the
La Grande Land office this morning.
Baker City Herald. ..
J, C. Gulling returned this morning
from Portland where he has been in the
hospital.' While there he submitted to an
operation whereby a growth was removed
from his left eye. He is getting along
nicely and will soon be 'able to resume
his run on the Elgin branch.
Water Superintendent Gillman has had
a force of men clfcanrg out the city well
Mr. Gillman is going to furnish the city
patrons with good water if a clean well
will help any.
Karl J. Stackland, of Cove, was in the
city today. The Stackland brothers have
over eight thousand trees in bearing this
year. Mr Stackland reports that the
fruit crop will be enormous and that the
berry crop will be the largest for many
years. The strawberry crop alone will
amount to a neat sum.
TILLED AND HAND
KEEN KUTTER TOOLS
I' have just received a new stock of the j
celebrated Keen Kutter carpenter tools
which are first class in every respect, also :
a new lot of Crescent Wheels. Call and :
v FISHING TACKLE
My stock of fishing tacklu cannot be beat, I have
everything you need
POLE 5c to $10.00
REELS. ..15c to $6.00
LINES 6c te 52.50
Prices in proportion on everything else
Dr. G. W. Cole, Republican candidate
for joint senator for the counties of Union,
Umatilla and Morrow, came over this
morning to be present at the County
Central Committee meet:ng this
afternoon. His motto is "Fewer but
better laws." He is a pleasant man to
meet and in the primary race in his own
county ran ahead of the state ticket by
several hundred votes. His friends claim
th-. V .!! ... "
--.- ..m itwb itu9 ten Ulall OUU
majority in Umatilla. .
Oscar Lund, of Cove, was in ths city
today. He is hauling brick for the Cove
Ctajitt' The first story, which is of
stone is completed, and the second story
which will be of brick is now in course
ofconstruction. Twenty thousand brick
will be used in the second story.
The Cove people are rejoeing over
their good fortune in effecting a com
promise with Mr. Allen who refused a
right of way through his farm, for the
Central railroad. The road will now
glide right into the center of the city.
Mrs. M. Cole, who has been visiting at
the Cole home, returned to her home in
Alamas, Colorado, this morning.
ON CURING ACUTE DISEASES ,
It is a fact that in some parts of the
United States Osteopathy is best known
through its ' success in chronic cases, in
which it is indeed more successful than
any other system; but this arises from
the circumstance that in the sections re
ferred to the Osteopath has been given a
chance only in chronic cases.
The system is ever more markedly
superior in acute attacks of every kind;
and the Osteopath welcomes such cases
because by their cure he can more speed
ily prove the excellence of his method. At
the Osteopathic colleges acute cases con
stantly being cured in record time; and in
every quarter where the Osteopath has
been given a full and fair trial he is the
most successful of family doctors.
Appendicitis has little terror for him
and is happily ended without drugs or the
knife; all fevers are reduced by natural
methods; pneumonia is cured; and every
other form of acute attack is usually
cured more quickly, and followed by a
shorter convalecence, than when ' old
metheds are employed.
POTATOES ARE SCARCE
The General suddIv of old nntntno
getting low in all parts of the country
and prices are rapidly advancing. The
home supply is also vory limited.
NOTICOf )) j; )1
Notice is hereby given, that the firm of
McCarthy and Childers, has this day been
desolved, F. P. Childers retiring from the
firm and J. A. McCarthy, continuing the
business known as the St. Lewis Livery
and Feed Stable. The said J. A.
McCarthy agreeing to pay all indebtness
against the said firm and is empowered
to collect all accounts due the said firm. I
Dated this 26, day of April 1906. at
La Grande, Oregon. J. H. McCarthy !
F. P. Childers i
Add to the enjoyment of eating. Our s
restaurant is run on this principle and
our tables, not to speaK of our employses
are attractive to the eye. Snowy linen,
shining silver and glittering glass ware
make an appetizing preperation for the
good food we serve, and there is
when it is placed before you, perfectly
cooked and in generous proportions. How
we manage to serve such meals at such
modest prices is a mystery to everyW'v
housekeeper in town. , , '; IjQr
The Model Restaurant
J. A. Aibiuklr, Proprietor
W Ml weekly ti cn
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ONE EVENING ONLY
WEDNESDAY MAY !
Jubilees . ;
Still plenty of good seats. Hear the
only attraction of the kind offered this
season. Seven sweet singers, the old
and new negro melodies. Admission only
50 cents, children 25 cents. RaRrvrf '
seats without extra charge at Selder's
SUPT. SCHELtfR HERE
Forrest Superintendent Sheller is in
a Grande today for the purpose of meeting .
vuo summon ana allotting grazing per
mits in the Blue Mountain Forrest re
serve. This evening Mr. Sheller will meat S
w;th the board of directors of the
Commercial Club, with a view of secur-
ire datta with reference to protecting the
water sheds of Rock aud Beaver creeks,
the sources of La Grande's water supply.
Mr. Sheller will be here on the 14th to
receive the applications of those who may
desire to take the examination for forest
rangers. He expects that there will be a '
class, judging from the demands for
larger application blanks.
FOR SALE-Desirable residence prop
erty in LaGrande. City water and bath. ,
UUU50. inquire iaA
of H. U. Meyer;, at Anderson & Meyers
"ill se . Turnitnrs . fu r : wm