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; I OUR SPECIALTIES
Doctors Prescriptions and FamilyReeeipta.
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
HtMtMlMi usttitit,' j,?
A I E r U
Having purchased the Interest of Mr. J. P.
Donnelly cf the firm of Donnelly & Sheurer, I
take this means or Informing the public of the
fact, and inviting the patronage of the citizens
of La Grande It will be my endeavor to so
serve the public in sirh a manner that I will be
assured ot thtir petrom.fe. I shall continue to
carry a full and ccmpU te line of Confectionery,
' Cigars, ffuits and nuts The soda fountain w'll
continue to serve the latest and most delightful
drinks .nJ ices, i ans and children are assured
courteous treatment. . Thanking you for your past
-paLJ)nagead invumi a continuance of the same
Ian. Yours respectfully
C. C. Slieu. cr
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J. M. PEARE.
AND CIGARS ;
Cold lunches and mixed drinks a
specialty. Fair and impartial
treatment to all. You are invitad
to call and get acquainted.
rrrfftfi kmn I
MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
it an important part of our
tock. They art carefully pre
pared and will prove of inesti
mable benefit to little tufferers.
, Soothing tyrupt for tortured
little bodies. .Gentle but effica
cious reniidiet for youthful ills.
Lotions, ointments, toilet pow
ders, puffs, sponge, combs,
brushes, and all articles for the
' nursery are here in great quan-
: tity and good quality. .
' We have a full line of all wel
JcnownJInf ant Foods.
A. C. MAC LENNAN, Prop.
. Prescription Pharmacist
Until he saw this feeble rime .
-Smoking - made him tpit and J
But now he wears 'most all the
time. J .
"The "smile that won't come off."
t f ., . 5
He had tried many cigars, but
never knew what an "out of sight"
smoke was until he hit upon a LA e
FLOR DEJ'HACKMAN,- formerly
Key Westy Perfectos. Manufact- J
C. E. HACKMAN,
. Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood
Do you see differently.
In your right eye from what you
da in your left. There's some
serious trouble then. Have us ex
Accurately fitted will correct this
and benefit the eyes in other ways.
Don't neglect the eyes. It is
not eood tense or eood economy
to refrain from buying a $1.60
pair of glasses now and later when
the eyes are worse have to pay
o.uu lor more powertui lenses.
Jeweler and Optician
Miss Jean McDonlad
1616 Sixth St.
Phone Black 462
. VttrmLethod I
li tofle tvenin$ ODserver
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
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Per month 65
Single copy ..... 6c
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appearing oyer a nom-de-plume. Signed
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discretion of thef editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment
ADVERT 1HIKO KATES
IMaplajr Ad rata ramlsbed ipon applktloi
toeal ratOtDg not leee lOo per line first . Bur
Uon, jo per i!b tot mush enbueqaeat Idmf
(soiaUoai of oottitoleaea, 0 1 er line,
"aras ol thanks, be per Una. ' -
For United States Senator-- ;
FRED W. MULKEY
. (short term)
'. (long term) . ;
For Governor ' .' '
For Secretary of State '
For State Treasurer !
GEO: A. steel; v .
For Supreme Judge , ',
ROBERT EAKW. ? .
For Attorney General-- 1 -
A. M. CRAWFORD
For Supt. Pub. Instruction
- v J. H. ACKERMAN
For State Printer' ' .'
' W.S. DUNNIWAY . :
For Commission Labor
O. P. HOFF
For Congress v '
W. R. ELLIS
For Prosecuting Attorney
F. S. IVANHOE
For Joint Senator, Umatilla, Morrow
W. a. COLE :
For Joint Representative, Wallowa
. Union , .
' JAY H. DOBBIN .
S. R. HA WORTH
For County Judge
J. C. HENRY
For Commissioner '
JAMES B. GILHAM
DAVID H. PROCTOR
For Treasurer -i
JOrJN FRAWLEY .
J. M. HILTS
C. R. THORNTON
"Excelsior" is the motto of the 1906
graduating class of the La Grande public
school. . . , ,
Mr. Haworth is at least 300 votes
stronger in this city than he was Saturday
morning. He proved himself a Prince
and the voters of this city will not forget
it on election day.
A drive through our orchard district
will convince anyone that Union county
will produce fruit sufficient to startle even
the natives. There is a market for it
This is a busy week in school circles
Examinations are in progress, then comes
the promotions. Friday evening the com
mencement exercises preceded by the
presentation of the "Merchant of Venice".
on Thursday evening.
Every time there comes a denial of
crooked practices from the Standard Oil
Mr. Garfield comes to the front with
documentary evidence which the vulgar
mind regards as conclusive. This must
be very annoying to John D
fkn. Jay H. Dobbin, who is a candidate
for joint representative for Wallowa and
umun counties. IS shaking h.nrl. l.:.
Jmalnl La Ownde friends today.
Dobbin was a friend to the people
iUnin county at a time when thev needM
. ' J
friends and those who are opposed to
count division should remember what bt
did for them two years ago.
A Chicago scientist announces that the
world will be habitable for a thousand
million years. This should be encourag
ing news for Democrats. , There may be
opportunity for the party to accomplish a
great deal in that time, even to the formu
lating of issuts and the selection of candi
dates who will command public support.
-Evening Telegram,'.. .1
' It has been many yeais since this dis
trict has been represented by a Republi
can District attorney,' but when the vote
it counted June fourth it will be noticed
that F. S. Ivanhoe has received sufficient
votes to placa him in office. Mr. Ivan-
hoe's position is such that there it no
good reason why; any Republican should
fail to give him bit support.
Some army officers are now question
ing the wisdom of allowing foreign service
representatives to attend the military
service schools. Several representatives
from abroad and South American
countries and Mexico are now of the
classes in the post graduate courses at
the service schools at Fort Leavenworth
and Fort . Riley, Kan., but none of them
have been admitted to the artillery school
at Fort Monroe, f It I thought that the
advance of the foreign officers might
lead to some naturally obvious restrictions
upon the lecturers, who would have to
modify their technical and tactical illus
trations in deference t) the presence of
representatives of other governments.'
The reason for granting -permission to
foreign officers' to attend the American
service schools was probably prompted
by commercial rather than military con
siderations. Officers , naturally' hesitate
to express themselves officially against
the admission of foreign officers to the
American service schools lest they appear
discourteous to foreign army associates,
and personally the representatives who
have appeared are men of attractive
personality, to whom hat been shown
every consideration. The question it a
delicate one, but it remains of so.ne doubt
whether the . best facilities jn the post
graduate course are appreciated in a
perfectly unhampered way by the exist
.. A Mountain of Gold
could not bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as
did one 2So box of Bucklen's ' Arnica
Salve, wnen it completely cured a - run
ning sore on her leg, which had tortured
her 23 long years. Greatest antiseptic
healer of Piles, Wounds, and sores. 25c.
Newlin Druo Co.
THIS FOR MINE VERY 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 "smila" with you.
All the popular drinks at Hill's soda
A Cheerful Appearance
attests a joyous soul--no matter wha
the conditions of affairs at the moment
So doth bright, handsome wall paper add
to our 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 heme comfort
money not excepted.
STANIELS & JARMAN,
Paper Hangers and
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to take
Best Range Made on
Your old stove taken
I . Xall or . phone Red 1751
FIR STREET SECOND HAIVi) STORE
FOR THE TEETH
FOR THE HAIR i v ;
FOR THE HANDS
. ;,. FOR THE NAILS
FOR THE BATH :
FOR THE CLOTHES
v., - v ' ; FOR THE HAT
- A large variety of styles "and prices excellent "valu,
(all of them. Also a complete line of bath sponges, Borax
- Boraxo, Bathasweet etc. Glad to show them whether . .
purchase is made or not
(a i ? ic .'
I SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY I
j WATTS DRUG eOl
: LaGrande, Oregon
: LACEf ;ZURTAIN SALE i
New stock of RUBBER AND
foot and up.
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO :
FIRE EIRE FIRE
F "litut F., .Ntj 1, Htf.
Frank E. Dooly, ,
Gen. Ag't National Union Insurance Co.,
Dear Sir; The maximum amount of our
San Francisco losses wi l approximate
one million dollars, but we anticipate con
siderable salvage from earthquake causes.
The stability of the N
beyond all question. The stock holders
have subscribed $750,000 payable on
call for a guarantee fund to provide for our
San Francisco losses.
E. E. Cols.
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 lnte:
mr, 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 the Blue
Mountains Forest Reserve, Oregon, the
area described below, and restoring to
settlement the public lands therein, notice
is hereqy 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 38l East. .Willamette Meridian, the
west half of the north-west quarter and
Jhe west half of the south-west quarter
of Section thirty-five (35); in Township
nine (9) South, Range thirty-nine (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.
Laxative Fruit Syrup
one 16 x 24, 7 ft wall photo
grapher'! tent completely equip-
one $45. 0C Camera outfit 4 x
6 and 6 x 7, a fine bargain
t : - .......' $18.00
three fine Sewing machines
$5.00. $10.00 and $16.00
three churnt twing and barrel
three washing machines $3.76
two Go-carls, $3.76 and $7.00
See ut for.,
Guns and Ammunition
fish Rods and Tackle
Allklndt of : .
Lowest pricet on LINOLEUMS
and MATTING ,
See our Bicycles ',' ' r
COTTON HOSE . 10
i ; i i v. ; ' ,
Get alll that
is coming to you
You are sure to do this
when you take dinner at
THE BEST THE MARKET
Urder what you want and we
..... .u- jUU j0l your , oraer-vr '
HORSE SHOE 1
Ben Cotncr, Proprietor
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT ;
Notice is hereby given that Wm. B.
Sargent, Administrator of the Estate ol J
Sarah C. Worstell, deceased, has filed Ks
her final account and report in the said
estate and the County Court of Union
County, Oregon, hat tet Tuesday, June
18, 1906, at 3 o'clock p. m for hearing
the tame. ,
Wm. B. Saroent, Adminiatrator
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
A . T. H ! l l, D r u ge 1 st