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FORi RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
;TITLESgoto tht La Orande Invest
ment Company, U Orande. Ore, in
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any aniounta
-on city and country raal estate. Loana
doMd promptly, at toon aa title b ap-:
proved. L Qrandi Imvestnmt Com-
FOR SALE A two acre tract with anv-
-Dl water right. One acre in fruit, four
Axm bout with pantry and cellar
ban and other Improvement. Cheap
h(old at once. No agtnt't commission
paud. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Ten head of hone, and one
freih milch cow. Inquir of Mr. Rom
.Harri. on door thit side of Rohr and
Col Butcher hop.
LOST Brown fur bo between Proeb
ctel bridge and Al Good's place Sunday.
Finder plea return tarn to thit of-
jtand reciov suit
i suitable reward.
Repairing hammock a specialty
! SALE Single top buggy in good
epair.Will be sold cheap if sold at once.
inquire of Mrs. Jacob Newman No I80B
FOR SALE Desirable retidenc in good
location. Hot and cold water and bath
Will be sold cheap if sold at once. In
quire of H. U. Myers at Anderson &
Myers barber shop. ' "
FOR SALE Near Cove, 580 acres o
fine fruit, vegatab'e and pasture land,
with fine spring water, for $4,600. Alto
VJthe finest residence and acre block in
' pova for $8,600, or land and town
"property for $9,500 if taken together.
Inquire at this office
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-20 acre
, of unimproved fruit land 2 mile from
Summerville, for al cheap or will ex
change for lot in La Grande or improv
ed property and pay difference in price.
La Grand Investment Co.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two acre in
, Honan't addition, nicely improved, large
roomy houte, good water. . Will trad
pr lott improved or unimproved or
ymorboth. C A Cart.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Furnithed housekeeping rooms in suite
of two, three or four. Phone Black
FOR RENT Furnished hou. six room
nwly papered, tentrally located, 906
Main St. Enquire either at thit office
or at 1710, 4th St
FOR RENT Seven room house, hot water
and bath, Inquire of S. Edmonds at
FOR RENT Local Salesmen to open
and operate branch ttore in thit town.
We sell everything. Good rustler de
.isired, with or without capital. Addrest
OtV., D. German Company. 517 Cham
tar of Commerce Building, Portland
FOR RENT Five Room furnished house
witfibath, good location. Inquire La
Grande Investment Co.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or
without board. Centrally located. In
quire Mrs. C. Ralston. Cor. 9 and
Washington. Phone Black 1041.
FOR RENT The Anthony new six room
,ouse, corner sixth and P. street
? Inquire 1606 Sixth Street
FOR RENT-Furnished four room
cottage. Inquire of Mrs. S. C. Zuber.
Corner o1 A. and 7. st.
FOR RENT Two story house on Wash-1
ingtonAve. Rent only sis.uu.in-
La Grande bcnooi or mu..
WANTED Help, first class and com
petent quarrymen wanted at once.
J. L. Mars.
FOUND-A solid gold p7nw"ith date and
initials Inauireat this office.
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Granfs agency. Also real estate
ESTRAY NOT1CE-I have taken up a
i..., Thailand mare. Owner
.- u..m.bv calling at my place
mij - , ,
fivetmiles noitn or
paying costs, tf.
La Grande, and
LOST-A book containing filed out appli
cations hr membership to th. &gl.
k Aerie No. 259. La Grande Orego
"the same was lost on or aoou Apri 1.
; 1906. A liberal reward, will be pa.d
" for its return to
Db, G. L. Biccers, president
cent a word w
ry one today.
LOST-Saturday May 12 hand puree
""ninJiairtpecUcala with on aide
broken off. tome tilver and a prescrip
tion from Dr. Molitor lost between
Russell & Orsndys meet-market and
neynows farmer. Kinder pi,
wiui ubeerver office. ..
ST-Oneiomt nor five year old
r- iw uiuuon ngw siaeDUl
cannot uy whether on hip or shoulder
or what brand i. Hore weighs about
u UU pound. Atuitabla reward will
be paid for its return, or for information
leading to iu return. Said animal hat
' been gone about two week. I traded
for it on th ttreettof La Grand three
week ago giving a gray mar with
Johm M. S. Surra,
FOR SALE furniture, cheap if sold at
one. Houte for rent .Inquire of Mrs
F. Hunnel, phone Black 1 122.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
era! bout work. Good wave.
' Inquir at numbr 1704, Fourth St
FOR SALE Thrething machine and
engine complete. Self ehift Pay
ment taken in threshing if desired.
Inquire 6f A. E Conlbt
FOR RENT-A furnihd five room
, hout for housekeeping.
Call Phone red 251.
Eight aer, 6 room houM.bam, 'place fo
chicken or hogs, orchard, all kind o
ruit and plenty of water. Located at
of flouring mill, will exchange for city
property Apply at premise. JohnGavan
LOST A gold neck chain and small gold
cross. On the cross engraved "Anna
W." A suitable reward will be paid
for its return to Mrs. J. H. Stevens at
1904 first street ' ' -
Deaths from Appendicitis
decrease in the same ratio that the use
of Pr. King's New Life Pill, increases
They av you from danger and bring
quick and painles releas from contti
pation and, th ill growing out of it
Strength and vigor always follow their
us. Guaranteed byNswun ,
25c. Try them.
FIRE EIRE FIRE
Pittsburg, Pa., Vtj 7, 1(6.
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 National Union is
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. Cole,
President National Union Insurance Co.,
By G. H. Powers, Local Agent
to the East
Afforded by Rock Island lines:
1. Through San Francisco, Lot Angeles, Southern
California and El Paso.
2. Through San Francisco, Central California,
Colorado and Denver or Colorado Springs.
3. Through Oregon, Idaho and Colorado.
4. Through Washington, Montana, the Dakota,
and St. Paul -Minneapolis.
5. Through Washington, Canada and St. Paul
Minneapolis. A very good plan is to go one way and return aaotber
ace twice at much country and enjoy the trip twice at muck.
It will be a pkatur? to give you full details.
Ccnrrtl Af enl.
Rock liUnd-frkco Lines,
140 Third St.. PORTLAND, ORE.
Two specimens of the firet' passenger
coachea ever uted on railway, can be
teen at the depot today. Open on bcjtn,
aid, a tide board on which the conductor
evidently it auppoeed to collect bit fare
from, and the wooden Mate remind one
more of an ancient delapitated aorse , car
than a meana of trantportation. Som
time in the past, the coach may have
been painted, but there 1 no semblance
of paint now. " The old coupling pin and
it alto used.
The relic of pioneer train tervice
are being thipped through to Biggt where
they will be used on the Bigge-Shaniko
No candidate could. have conducted a
cleaner or fairer campaign for both th
nomination and election, than ha CoL
Ivanhoe. But this i characterise of the
man. He believe end practice .the fir-
tut of attending strict to hi own bust'
net. He is tolerant of .the rights and
opinion of others, end jeelou of bit own
right and thos of bit client. . He ic un
influenced by local or class bias or preju
dice, i abl and fearlett and will b an
ideal prosecuting officer. . Do not overlook
this number on th ballot,-62-.
JUDGE tAKtH BAKER
Judge Robert Eakin of La Grande, can
didate on the republican ' ticket for
supreme judge of the .state, arrived in
Baker this mornine and I (pending the
day here calling upon hi Baker friend.
Judge Eakin say the outlook i very bright
for the republican ticket ku over the ttate
mnA fKf M wm ill M, i'lWMmnff
victory for th party. Baker Hrald.
We car not how you suffered, no
what failed to cure you, Hollister' Rockr
Mountain Tea makee th puniett, weak
est specimen of man or womanhood
strong and healthy. 85 cents, Tea or
' Nbwum Druo Co.
IN A HURRY?
.. THEN - CALL.
' THE TRANSFER MAN
H will Uk that trunk to th De
pot or your horn in less time than it
, take to tell it.. - : . i
Day phone Red 761
Night " Black 1792
Wagon always at your service
Send your collections
and cash item to
Tlie Stock Growers
w Farmers Bank
of wallowa, Oregon.
We pay five per cent interest
C. T. McDaniel, Cashier.
fir ' ii
The low prices which we
ask for. pur good grocer
ies shame the quality
We need offer no apology
forfaiting' you rnoney. jjf
you want .; something ex
tra delicious try our can
ned foods they are -real
good . quality at V price
much lower than is gen
erally asked for the qual
ity . :
' PHONE MAIN 46 .
QEDDET BR2J :
NORTH FIR SIT I IT
I need th room. Over twenty
cm . . , . e
ainereni eiyiMi speoiai prices jar
a hort time, , , ( t . -
INGRAIN CARPETS I.
Th . largest . assortment in the
county .to select from. . . We also
carry a large line of 'other cirpeU,
rug. tc. ' " '' ' '"
LAGE CURTBINS -4
We have them from 60 cent to
$7.00 pf pain Will pay to '
look over our line.. & v i '
ti c. Abcook
J. : R. OLIVER.
Farm Loans a Specialty
Beet equipped abstracter in Union
county. Many year experience
with the Unicn county record
givet me a great advantage. It
is felly to purchase real estate
without first tecuring a proper
abstract. An abttract from my
ofilce will show the title just at
it appeare on the official record.
. R. OLIVER,
I.A ORAIJDK, ORRft N
Roam 3 1 Sommer Building
if what a good many people tay
of our parcei of pure, hih grad
mixed candie. And the happinest
i not gauged by quuntr.y or price
Best equipped ice cream parlors in
Union County ,
SELDER, The Candy
i a n
i r.i : va r. ..(. I-;: t '- v .
NOT B CTTCR THAN THE BEST - I
' BUT BETTEft THAN THE REST ; f I
: ' ""' i .r-i 'i ices j .? ' v. , ; . .) .: i.' - "
To maintain the reputation we naVe acquired for eupplyidg the need of our
many patrons in every department,' reputation we point to withp.rdon-
able pride, we want, now, " to advise you that we have opened Our soda
fountain with a nejv tin of crushed fruit and flruit juic which sxcsl any , J
which we have ever had, and while w may oceasianlyv find a party whs
bae never tried one of our delicious ICE, CREAM SODAS we find s bun- J
drad who have, and da. and tlwin wilt mun. thv want the bet and
appreciate a fine article. We have some pew flavors thit year v which are -
going to be of universe! favor on account tf their delicate . flavors. .. Hoping !
you will kindly favor u with an early
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
Qtntral Blacktmitha, W manufaoturt Th Fitzgrmtd Ro-W Ftd
MilU tht batt and chaapaat mill on tha markaL Our aSopa art
. t .i- -- r - ...t .--- . .3 M ..vu. a1. livM
Hwenwte a a xieaatese j ew Mesuie . m v v.
or nothing to mall. . Higbee'.jrlcta paid fof old cattiron.
;1 1 Foff 12S$$
A Variety oCCroquet Set
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