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ALL THE 'LATEST NOVELTIES IN ORGANDIES, BATISTES,
INDIA UN )N5, VvV.ITE UNEN SUITINGS, INDIAN HEAD
s Prices IXJJ to IQU
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
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MAIN 75 .
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Fresh fruits and vegetables every rjay"'' I
' , ; Your orders promptly delivered as : ' f
fast as ordered l
, Standard brands always in stock." i' - 4
rHE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr. V
To advertise my high grade shoes'
I will - :
GIVE AWAY !
every twelvth pair that goes but of :
my store . . I
I carry the HANAN, WALKOVER and HARLOW. Call
for further particulars
A. V. ANDREWS,!
; TAILOR and HABERDASHER :
k l Mil o il
CALL AND SEE THEM
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
1308, 13 0, 1 312 Adams Avenue.
A. C. MacLennan sole distributor, Union and Wall
Smallest Prices t
Portland. Oregon, May 15, 1906.
To the voters of Oregon, Greeting:
Gentlemen: The undersigned beg
leave to submit to you a few of our
reasons for asking you to ratify, by your
affirmative votes, the amendment grant
ing equal rights to women, which has
been placed before the voters through a
petition numerously sisned by the men of
Oregon under the initiative and referen
dum. ' .. , '.
This movement has grown under your
management, from the small beginning
known as ' the Married Woman's Sole
Trader Bill, enacted by your Legislative
Assembly In 1872, until it has reached
such vast proportions as to attract the
attention of the civilized world. A Con
stitutional Amendment proposing women's
enfranchisement, submitted to, you in
1884, brought us an affirmative vote of
11,285. This amendment was again
submitted to your suffrages by Legisla
tive initiative In 1900, bringing us a vote
of 26,266. . Although the population of
the commercial centers had morn than
doubled ;n sixteen years, the "No" vote
was only increased by, 226, while the
"Yes" vote was augmented by 15.042.
This, to us. is a palpable augury of the
triumph which we confidently look to you
to consummate for us on the 4th day of
June by placing "X" between "802V and
"Yes" on your ballots.. Do this and you
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ABSOLUTELY ALL HAVANA
will honor our flag of truce, the only
power we can offer in our defense against
the ballotted forces of the opposition. Do
this, and you will honor Oregon, your
mothers and yourselves. And your peti
tioners will ever pray.
Abigail Scott Duniway. '
Honorary President Oregon Equal Suff
rage Association and State Federation
of Women's Clubs. '
Mrs. Henry Waldo Cos.
President Oregon Equal Suffrage Asso
Charlottb Mopfet Cartwrioht.
President Woman's Pioneer Auxiliary,
Sarah N. Evans.
President Oregon Federation of Women's
. ' Esther C. Pohl. M. D..
President Women's Medical Assosiatinn.
L. F. Masses visited at Union vester-
. J. W. Spencer came over from Union
yesterday. : - v ,
Archibald Wilson came ' over from
Union yesterday. '
' Miss Gertrude Mitchell SDent Sundav
in Union visiting friends.
. Dr. H. Volp spent Sunday in Pendleton
visiting friends, H returned .this morn
ing. ' .. '" ""'' , '
Cic. !I;!-.ci zzi far.!!? cf Ccv
attended the Commencement exercises
Thursday evening. -
Miss Allie Stephens of La Grande spent
two days this week with Mrs. A. R.
Hunter." . v.. ,
1 Mrs. Dr. Steingramp and Miss Ada
Lindsey of Granite are the guests of Mrs.
Steingramps mother, Mrs. Lindsey.
Miss Roe Livingston returned to her
home in Boise this morning, after short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Benham,
F. D. McCully one of Wallowa county's
representative citizens is a La Grande
visitor today. - ' ; ;
A. R. Gardiner a student in Whitman
college at Walla Walla, was in the city
this morning enroute to Wallowa where
he will spend the summer.
Mr. White, the Democratic nominee
for Joint representation between Wallowa
and Union county came - over to attend
tne Democratic rally.
rs. Geo. L. Cleaver and Miss Anna
Gilmour returned last Saturday evening
from Red 'Oak Iowa, where they have
been visiting for the past three .Tionths.
tvir. andMrs. S. O. Humbert, of Eugene,
arrived in the city this morning. Mr.
Humbert represents the Eugene Divinity
School and Mrs. Humbert the Christian
Woman's Board of Missions. Both are
speakers of ability. Mrs. Humbert will
speak in the Central Church this evening
at 8 o'flock. , s, -
Miss Harriet Esther Young, a pupil of
Miss Jones in the Whitman Conservatory
of Music, gave her graduation reaital in
the Whitman chapel last evening. The
rostrum was prettily decorated by the
other members of the Conservatory.
Misses Bade. Lyman and Young acted as
ushers. Miss Young was assisted by her
sister Miss Bertha Young, and Miss
Grace Jones. Miss Young's ' playing
pleased the large audience ?nd revealed
much talentThe Evening Bulletin,
Walla Walla, Wash. .
Deaths from Appendicitis
decrease in the-same raJo that the use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills increases.
They save you from danger and bring
quick and painle&s release from consti
pation and the ills growing out of it.
Strength and vigor always follow their
use. Guaranteed by Nbwlin Druo
26o. Try them.
LOST Brown fur boa between Proeb
- st el bridge and Al Good's place Sunday.
Finder please return same to this of
fice and recieve suitable reward.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM-Enquire
at cor. 6th and P.
FILLED AND HAND
Now is the time to commence war on
doors and window screens. ' j
My hammocks cannot be beat for pre, quality, beauty. The time is here
for you to keep your lawn in order. I have rubber and cotton hose, lawn
mowers and lawn rakes, all prices and
I have the bee hives and supplies that
them. My shing'es, doors and windows
if you are building.
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GAME CALLED AT FOUR
i TK much tlkH of ball pame on
Decoration day will be held at four o'clock
to allow people to attend the regular
services of the day and then go to the
ball game. These teams are composed of
business men of the city, and those who
have their places of business. North of
Adams Avenue will be termed North
siders, while those who are proffkient in
ball tossing and transact business on the
other side of the street will be called
South-sides. Mr. Cleaver has made a,
call for players and among those who
responded are many noted ball players.
C. S. Williams can be seen after banking
hours reviving his old curves and spit
balls. Van Buren will catch, in the
squad who reported for practice on the
North side and from whom the team will
be picked are: Wm. Miller, R. Eldridge,
Frank Bay, H. V. Billknap; G.L. Cleaver,
Clarence Crawford, Joe Keeney, Bolton,
MacLennon, Scroggin, and Jones.
On the south side, practices have not
been taken up yet, but H. Saigrist has so
many players that need no practice that
he can afford to delay preliminary work.
The receipts from this game will be
used for the regular ball team.
The Elgin aggregation proved too
weak for the local boys yesterday and
went down to defeat to the tune of 5 to
1 Betzel allowed the second man up to
walk, and the next man scored him with
a hit In the fourth, Betzel allowed
another walk. The runner stole second,
came to third on a wild pitch, and scored
on the same trick. In the initial inning
Arnold, Elgin's twirler, was excited, and
every man took up a rap, and when the
session closed, La Grande had Ave scores.
A large delegation of rooters came
over from Elgin on the excursion. The
game was a splendid exhibition of base
ball, both teams playing in a creditable
Batteries: Elgin, Arnold and Donovan;
La Grande, Betzel and Klebs.
ELSON-In this citySunday'May 20.
1906 to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, a daugh
tXCURSION TO PIONEERS PICNIC
The 0. R. & N. will sell rou id . trip
tickets t j Weston Ore. May 50, 51st.
June 1st and 2d 1906 for Pioneers An
nual Picnic at 1,,'g fare or $3.80.
Who are the sweetest things that paint
ers pa!nt. or poets sing, lovelier than any
thing? Girls who take Hollister's Rocky
ount? in Tea. 55 cents, Tea or Tablets
The Sugar company wants to employ
earns and men, see F. S. Bramwell.
the flies. Come and get some screen
you waut. Call and- get some of
are first class try some of them i
OUR COrEE MAN
is an expert . His coffee always has that
delictus fragrance and rich flavor that
denote perfection. Taken in the morning
such coffee is a preparation for the day's
r AT LUNCH
it is a tonic for mind and body. ' Taken at
night it is a fitting finish to a good din
ner. And coffee isn't the only good thing '
we have. Our bill of fare will reveal
many dishes equally as appetizing, i
The Model Restaurant
J. A. AfbiMktr, Proprietor L
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BE IT R ESOLV ED: That the city
R icorder of the city of La Grande, be
and is hereby directed to give notice to
the abutting properly owners on the east
side cf 7th street, between its intersec
tions with M and P strceti, for the con
s r jction of a si'le wak abutting the
premises, and a like notice to the abutting
property owners on both sides of Depot
street, from its intersection cf Jefferson
avenue, to its intersection of Fourth
street and Adams avenue, fr its
interaction with Fourth . StrJyO: to
its intersection of First street: That
an ordinance for the improvement of said
street and avenue will be proposed at the
next regular meeting of this Council, for
the improvement of said street and ave
nue, by putting the same upon the estab
lished grade therefore, and paving the
same with crushed rock or gravel.
Passed by the Council of the city of La
Grande. Oregon. May 16, 1906.
Dated this 16th. day of May 1906.
I. R. Snook,
Recorder ot the City of La Grand.
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Business branches taught.
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