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MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
it n important part of our
stock. They are carefully pre
pared and will prove of inesti
mable benefit to little sufferers.
Soothing eyrupe for tortured
little bodies. Centle but effica
cious remidiet for youthful ill.
Lotion, ointment, toilet pow
der, puffs, sponges, 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
known Infant Foods.
Doctors Prescriptions and Family'Receipts.
REDICROSS DRUG STORE
A. C. MAC LENNAN, Prop.
D. H. STEWARD. Proprietor and Manager.
TWO NIGHTS, STARTING
j TUESDAY, JUNE 19:
Most realistic scenes of the wrecked city. A $I0,C00
production shown by moving pictures.
Orchestra and Orchestra Center 50 c
Dress Gircle and Balcany 25 c
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FQR PINE CANDIES
ERyiTS AND ICE CRilAfA
La tade Evening OUserver
MONDAY. JUNE 18. 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
One year in advance $6.60
Six months in advance 3.S0
Per month .'. 65
Single copy.. 6c
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
CURREY BROS., ED'S AND PROP
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appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment.
Next door to post Office
5 C rccn
: Vlroccrics Fresh Every Day
I Everything in season
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
JUplay Ad mtai raroUbrnJ epon application
Ixxml reading noi lota lOe per line Oral Inaw
lion, je per lint for each ubtjurul iner
aaoluMoni of aotirtolence, so , or line.
arcU of Ibauks, dn per line.
HEARST TO BRYAN
Mr. Hearst's "indorsement" of Mr. Bry
an has the sincerity of the kiss of Judas.
"I have been," he says, for many years
a sincere friend and supporter of Mr
successes" (note the sneer there) "and I
approve of every honest indorsement of
Then he goes on with his polite phrase
and the cool malice of interested purpose
to lay bare the essential difficulty of Mr.
Bryan's position. Mr. Bryan must pre
sently choose between the new friends
and the old, between opportunism and the
principles his name stands for with his
original and distinctive following.
He can not expect to be at once the
new Bryan hailed as safe, sane and a
convert to party conservatism by Belmont,
Francis, Watterson, Vilas, possibly Cleve
land himself, and the old Bryan who led
the hosts of radical. sm and discontent in
1896 and 1900.
"I am confident," says Hearst, coming
straight to the point of the Bryan dilemma
that Mr. Bryan will repudiate utterly
these men and their professions of friend
ship, realizing that they are not honestly
in favor of any man or measure that will
protect the interests of the country."
Mr. Bryan has said substantially the
same thing of "these men" himself in
many a speech and many an editorial in
The Commoner. He has denounced as
traitors to the party and the people men
who are now Indorsing him on the theory
that he has outgrown the error of his for
mer ways, and mentally recanted what
made him obnoxious to them before.
While indorsing him they cooly assume
that he has come over to them.
Mr, Hearst's telegram is a square chal
lenge to Mr, Bryan to repudiate that
assumption, and he puts up to Mr. Bryan
a choice between the two horns of the
dilemma that will have (o be made before
1908. Mr. Bryan has not played the
game of opportunism heretofore. He
bluntly reasserted the old Aryanism in
1904, when he defeated the attempt to
indorse the gold standard. Mr. Hearst's
"indorsement" of Bryan adroitly accen
tuates the fact that if he is going to re
spond to the advances of these new
fiiends it will be at the cost of alienating
the old ones.
5 Try a Sample of our Ghccsc I
SEATTLE GROCERY Coj
! LAWSON BROS. Prop. ?
As Bryan once called him a "bunco
steerer" Mr. Cleveland's dilatoriness in
falling in, seems fairly explicable.
What shall it profit a packer to can a
dog if he loses the sale of seventeen sides
The whiskey trust is doomed. A Mary
land physician has discovered a new
cure for snake bites.
In California they are now calling the
fire insurance companies than propose to
,. f'nair inecBt "cix-hit" concerns. It
sounds like a name that will stick.
The death' in an Ohio almshouse of
James Sage, a cousin of Russel Sage
has brought to light unexpected generos
ity on the part of the New York million
aire. It has developed that for the past
few years Cousin Russel has been sending
this unfortunate relative $50 per year.
As the wealth of Russel Sage amounts to
only about $80,000,000, it can easily be
understood that the strain on him was
severe. It is also apparent that, if Cousin
James had been as saving in his habits as
Cousin Russel, he could have kept out of
the almshouse and still hnve something
left to spend out of that $50 par
THIS fOR MINE EVERY TIME
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 drinks at H.ll's soda
The favorite idea of a lock canal poss
essed by some Senators is of a tranquil
and innocuous waterway at Panama with
a large padlock at each end of it.
THE LA GRANDE
Is one of my special
ties. Delivery to be
made on or after
SpeciaJ bargains on Roses
STOCK GROWERS MEETING
Notice is he eby given that there will
be a meeting of trie Union County Stock
Growers Protective Association at the
Commerical Club parlors Saturday June
23, at two o'clock.
- J. A. Russel, Sec.
Deaths from Appendicitis
decrease in the same ra.io that the use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills increases.
They save you from danger and bring
quick and painless release from consti
pation and the ills growing out of it.
Strength and vigor always follow their
use. Guaranteed by Newlin Druo
25c. Try them.
formerly known as the
PHONE MAIN 16
Having purchased the Har
ris market from Rohr &
Co. I am in a position to
give the best in quality
ane prices to be had in La
Grande. The Harris mar
ket will hereafter be known
CARPETS, LINOLEUM, and MATTING.
GRANITE, TIN, CHINA, GLASSWARE, and CUTLERY.
GINS. AMUNITION, and FISHING TACKLES.
TRANKS, TELESCOPES, and SUITCASES.
In fact every t ring NEW and SECOND HAND can ' be
had here at BARGAINS.
We pay highest cash prices for SECOND HAND GOODS
of value. Or will take your old goods in exchange for
any articles in our store.
FIR STREET SECOND HAND STORE
213 FIR STREET
Gall or phone H. B. HAISTEN Red 1751
: A LITTLE TALK ON
! ICE CREAM SODA
NOT BETTER THAN THE BEST
BUT BETTER THAN THE REST
T: rr.;;r.ti;r. the rcptiUtloa o ijuvo acquired for suppiyiag tne needs of our
many patrons in every department, a reputation ve point to with pardon
able pride, we want, now, to advise you that we have opened our soda
fountain with a new line of crushed fruits and fruit juice which excel any
which we have ever had, and while we may occasianly find a party who
has never tried one of our delicious ICE CREAM SODAS we find a hun
dred who have, and do, and always will, because they want the best and
appreciate a fine article. We have some new flavors this year which are
going to be of universal favor on account of their delicate flavors. Hoping
you will kindly favor us with an early call, so we may show you,
We are respectfully,
A. T. HILL
LA GRANDE, OR
CAR LOAD OF
jSTAR A STAR
Windows Doors and Building hardware.
Plumbing done In the neatest manner.
W. H. BOHNRNKAMP CO
I also have a fine lot of Apple,
pear, prune, plum, cherry, appri- f
cot. peach, mulberry, shade
trees and ornamental trees, 4
grapes, currents, gx-seberry,
blackberry, dewberry, rasp'-
berry, vines, creepers, and i
hedte plants. J
Phone 1511. Thorns' grocery
Geo. W. Powell,
FROM GRANDY & RUSSEL'S
uu a very agreeable surprise
if you are net a customer of ours, and
you will wonder why you never favored
us witn an order before. Any of our
patrons will tell you that ojr meats far
surpass anything ever tasted, being of th
finest and most tender quality; and what
is more, always so. The best lamb,
mutton, beef, veal and poultry in season
is always to be found at
THE BUSINESS MAN thoroughly appreciates the advantages "of a
r,'nfemaCC0Unt witha b?nk- Those wn d no' keep such an
account miss many of its advantages. r" ,
to,h-i,!Iays lad s,P1,n working, or a checking account
to those who are not familiar with banking.
Interests paid on time deposits and in savings department
farmers6 ana Traders
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Do you see differently
in your right eye from what you
do 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 neclect the eves. 'It is
wjgjaV not good sense or good economy
j rerram irom Buying a l.ou
pair of glasses now and later when
the eyes are worse have to pay
$5.00 for more powerful lenses.
J. H. PEARE.
Jeweler and Optician