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KEEP YOUR APPEARANCE ABOVE) PAR
GOOD LAUNDRY. IVORKglS NECESSARY
TO DO SO FOR CLFANLINESS3 ISfA
"DISTINCTIVE QUALITY OF A GENTLEMAN
TRY US Willi YOUR BUNDLE r '
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i STEAM LAUNDRY
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I JAMES FARQUMARSOH. Htp
Complrtr aMrlii.al ul e
I WINES. LIQUOF '
AND CIGARS , j
Cold lunche and mi:(J ur'nks a ,
aper.ialty. J Fair a.iu unptvrt;a1
t treatment to all. You are invited e
to call and get acquain'ed.
MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
i an important part of our
stock. They are carefully pre- ' .
pared and will prove of inesti-
mable benefit to little eufferers.
' . Soothing syrups for tortured
" little bodies. Gentle but effica- J
ecus remidiee for youthful ilia.
Lotion, ointment, toilet pow-
, dsra,.. puffs., sponge, combs. T
brushes, and all articles for the
, nursery are here in great quan- J
tity and good quality. t
f i We have full fine of all wel
- known'Infant Foods.. '
and Family Receipts.
A. C. MAC LENNAN, Prop,
j; Prescription Pnarmacist .;
" Until he saw this feeble rime . ,
Smoking made him spit and. J
L i, couch.- ....... ''
But now he wears 'most all the
.y. . time, ";-v ,
U--The "amil that won t come off.
He had tried many cigars, but
never knew what an "out of sight'
Smoke was until he hit upon a LA
, . , FLOR DEJ HACKMAN, formerly
- Key Westj Perfectos. . Manufact
ured by , .
C. E. HACKMAIC
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood
Do you see differently
in your right eye from what you
da in your left. There' , some
serious trouble then. . Have us ex
accurately fitted will correct this
ar d benefit the eves in other ways.
Don't neglect the eyes. It is
rnfr rrrA nf artnti Mnnnmv W
to refrain from buying a $1.60
pair of glasses now and later when
the eyes are worse have to pay
$5.00 for more powerful lenses.
Jcuclcr and Optician J
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. Miss Jean Mr.Donlad
. . Arens
1616 Sixth St. Phone Black 462
Li Grandi! tvening Observer
THURSOAY. MAY 17. 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
One year in advance 1 $6.60
Six months in advance 5.60
Per month .. 65
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appearing over a nom-de-glume. Signed
article Will be received . subject to be
discretion of they editors. Pleas sign
your articles and save disappointment.
ADVERIi-iiko RATES 1
OUplay Ail. rates rarsilaba apoa applleatlot.
Uoeal readlBf notleei 10s per line 0rat iw
. Uoa, jo put Ua tor eaek aataMqoenl I dm
.eotatloaeatDOkAoleaea. je ; r line.
Herds ol thanks, he ear tine,
i RepufelEcdn Ticket
For United States Senator
FRED W. MULKEY
.... (short term)
) i; JOHNATHAN BOURNE"
For Dovemor -
i t i JAMES WITHYCOMBE
fTdr Secretary of State
FRANK W. BENSION
For State Treasurer :
"GEO. A. STEEL.
For Supreme Judge
For Attorney General
A. M: CRAWFORD
For Supt-Pub. Instruction
J. H. ACKERMAN
For State Printer
W. S, DUNNIWAY
For Commissicn Labor -
i, x Q. P. HOFF
x ' For Congress ,
w. K. ELLIS
For Prosecuting Attc rney
- ' F. S. 1VANHOE
For Joint Senator. Umatilla, Morrow
. ( Union r : . .
For Joint Representative, Wallowa
- "' " Union
. ; - JAY H. DOBBIN - m
S. K. HAWORTH
For County Judge
For Commissioner ,
JAMES B. G1LHAM
DAVID H. PROCTOR
J. M. HILTS
, C. R. THORNTON
Unless there is a change in the manner
of doing business in the city council, his
tory will repeat itself and there will be
tittle actual work accomplished this year,
However let us all hope for. the best.
The city says that yards must be
cleaned, streets cleaned and no more
irrigation ditches can be dug. That's as
far as it goes. The people pay no atten
tion to It and there is no known attempt
at enforcement Baker City Herald.
Let every Republican atte nd the meet
ing tonight at the Opera Igouse. This
county must take its proper place in the
Republican line, and one of the means of
attaining this end is -to turn out tonight
and assist in according the next governor
a royal receptio n. f
The Tribune would be glad to becomv
interested in Judge W, R. Ellis' campaign
f there was anything to be said in addi.
tion to what ha been said. If he has
any opponent w should like to know who
he is. But when he is Congressman Ellis
we expect to -have more to say about
him. Pendleton Tribune.
The average farmer is always over;
whelmed with work and this is the ex
planation of the untidy appearance of
many farms. And yet, somehow, ' the
farms' s that prosper are more apt than
others to be those who have always kept
things looking attractive about thtir
places. It is going to pay the farmers of
Improves the' flavor
and adds to the health-
; fulness s of; the food j
Eaestern Oregon individually and collecti
vely to make things look attractive on
the farm. It is worth great deal oi
money to a country to be attractive in
.appearance and we have great possibili
ty in that lins. ,
:-Th "Made-in-Oregon" carnival which
is to be hejd in Portland May ' 19 to 26
Pcari hardly fail to be of benefit to the
state. It will call attention to a large
nu . bar of article produced.; in tnis siaut
which are equal Irr quality and as low in
price as those made elsewhere, but which
are discriminated fi against 5 jiecaiis the
people of the state give the preference to
the goods brought from a distance, ff
everybod"y?ii( "Oregon '''woUldjjive the pre
ference to, Oregon made products when
prices andf quality are xn 4 fr with the
competing articles there would be a
growth of, manufacturing in the state
which, would surpris (everybody. The
Rural rioirthWet. t " . i
Union voted as a body in the primaries
and will do so again In June. On the
vital point those opposed to county divi-
sioo must -follow the precedent set by
Union. If they do you will never hear of
county division again. Two years mors
and the industrial Interests of this county
will have so changed thlt the suggestion
of dividing Grande Ronde vfley . into two
separate municipalities will be looked
upon a fanatical. ,;
' On another page appears a statement
of the sugar beet acreage for the present
year. It will be seen that the acreage
this year is the largest ever planted in
this valley. ; In fact soma twelve hundred
acres mora land is devoted to beets this
year than ever before. The sugar beet
industry in this valley adds- many thou
sands of dollars to the circulating medium
of the county each season. '
Last night put the finishing touches on
the fruit crop of Baker valley and it also
put a great many gardens out of com
mission. It was one of the coldest May
nights on record and ice a quarter of an
inch thick formed on the pools of standing
water, There is no doubt but the fruit
crop in the immediate Baker valley is
badly damaged if not entireiy ruined.
The gardens are also badly damaged and
there may be adreath of fresh vegetables
for the early season.
Yesterday it was rainy and blustering
all day with snow falling on the mount
ains. There was cold north wind sweep
ing up the valley and in the afternoon
there was a snow flurry which made the
foot hills look very white. The sky
cleared about midnight and the wind
went down with the result the tnermo
meter took a tumble and jack frost nip
ped the fruit and green vegetable. Re
ports Eagle and Pine valleys say that
the fruit is not damaged over teere.
And it is not known just what the extent
of the damage is in Baker valiey. '-
The spring had been exceedingly dry
up to the last few days and over port
ions of the Inland Empire where crops
are raised witdout irrigation the wheat
has suffttred. But commencing this
week heavy rains fell and the indications
are now that there will be an average
wheat cropthit year. Baker City Herald
Best Ranie Made' on
.s , Payments.
s Your old stove taken
exchange ? j ;
Gall or phone
I f IR STREjET, SICOMD HAIMu STORE j
i ssi i Aanaial e e fc !
FOR THE TEETH
FOR THE. HAIR
FOR THE HANDS
. FOR THE NAILS
''FOR THE ?Mt I7:
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,! A large variety of styles and prices excellent valu, j
( ...all of them., Also , eompleteline bfbathsponges, Borax "
' . Boraxo, Bathasweet ta" Glad to show them whether .
purchase is made or pot ? J y J
j SEE OUR WINDOW-5 DISPLAY I
j WATS pRUGiCO!
: La Grande, Oregon. :
! LACE " CURTAIN SALE!
20 PER GENT
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Newstock of RUBBER AND COTTON HOSE. io cts Pe? :
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foot and up.
, LA WSON MOWERS
j;W. ;H. BOHNFNKAMP CO I
Pittsbutt ri, ) I, ItCE
Frank E. Dooly, . A
Gen. Ag't. National Union Insurance Co.,
Dear Sir; The maximum amount of our
San Francisco losses wii approximate
one million dollars, but we anticipate con
siderable salvage from earthquake causes.
The stability of the National Union is
beyond all question. The stock holders
havs subscribed $750,000 payable on
call for a guarantee fund to provide for our
San Francisco losses.
E. E. Cole,
President National Union Insurance Co.,
By ' G. H. Powers, Local Agent.
NOTICE OF RESTORATION to Settle
ment, Entry, Filing and Selection of Lands
within the former Baker City Forest Re
serve. Oregon. Department of the Inte
ior, General Land Office, Washington, D.
C, March 28, 1 906. In pursuance of the
proclamation of the President of the
United States, dated March 15, 1906, ex
cluding from the former Baker City Forest
Reserve, partly embraced in trie Blue
Mountains Forest Reserve. Oregon, the
area described below, and restoring to
settlement the public lands therein, notice
is hereby given that the said public lands
will become subject to entry, filing and
selection, under the usual restrictions, at
the United States Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, on July 18, 1906: In
Township eight (8) South. Range thirty
eight (38) East, Willamette Meridian, the
west half of the north-west quarter and
the west half of the south-west quarter
of Section thirty-five (36); in Township
nine (9) South, Range thirty-nin (39)
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 north-west
quarter of Section thirty-two (32),
W. A. Richards, Commissioner.
Acting Secretary of the Interior.
THIS FOR MINI EVERT TIME
No more a muddledbrain for mine
I'll call for soda every time
Quench my thirst to my heart's content,
Save cash for clothes as well as rent.
Treat my wife and children too
"Smile" with them, and "'smile ' with you.
' All the popular drink at Hill's soda
fountain, . -
on 1 6 x 2. 7 ft wall photo
grapher's tent completely equip-
ed ... J'... $30.00
on $45. 0C Camera outfit 4 x
5 and 6 x 7, a fine bargain
at...;, : $18.00
rhrA Anas Qatamrr marhlnM 1
S5.00. $10.00 and S1E.00 . t
three churns iwirj and barrel
three washing machines $3.75 1
and up I
two Go-carts, $3.75 and $7.00
See us for
Guns and Ammunit
Fish Rods and Tac
. All kinds of i
vGarpenter tools an4
Lowest prices on LINOLEUMS
and MATTING .
See our Bicycle
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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
election if you do not register on or before
Mav 15th. Remember the registration
hooks close May 1 5th.
Get alll that
is coming to you
You are' sure to do this
uihpn vnn taLa if inner af
THE BEST THE MARKET $
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Order what you want and we
will see that you get your order T
HORSE SHOE .
CHOP HOUSE &
Ben Cotner, Proprietor X
NOTICE Of FINAL SETTLEMENT
. Notice is hereby given that Wm. B.
Sargent. Administrator of the Estate of
Sarah C. Worstell, deceased, has filed
her final account and report in the said
estate and ih County Court of Union
County, Oregon, has set Tuesday, June.
18, 1906, at 2 o'cLck p. m., for nearj
the sam. ,' . ' .
Wis. B. Sargent, Administrator.
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