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Rate-One cant a word, one-half a cent a worH k u
tion. Clashed add. bnng quick results Vy ltfay
FOR SALE A two acre tract with am
ple water right. One acre in fruit, four
room house with pantry and cellar
bam and other, improvement. Cheap
if told at once. No agent's commission
paid. Inquire at this office. '
FOR SALE Ten head of horses, and one
fresh milch cow. Inquire of Mrs. Rose
Harris, one door this side of Rohr and
Co. Butcher shop.
( FOR SALE A work horse, a saddle
horse, a grocery delivery wagon, a milch
cow, a three-horse power gasoline engine
quite new a ad in good running order. In
quire of Rohr & Co. , 1306 Osborne
Also a cheap coaster brake bicycle.
FOR SALE Threshing machine and
engine complete. Self shift. Pay
ments taken in threshing if desired.
Inquire of A. B. Conley
M FOR SALE OR TRADE-Two acres in
nwiiau a auuiuwu, luwoijp llllioveu, Idlfe
roomy house, good water. Will trade
C. A Cary.
FOR SALE Furniture, cheap if sold at
once. House for rent Inquire of Mrs
F. L. Hunnel, phone Black 1 122.
FOR SALE Near Cove. 380 acres o
fine fruit vegetab'e and pasture land,
with fine spring water, for $4,500. Also
the finest residence and acre block in
Cove for $5,600, or land and town
property for $9,500 if taken together.
" , Inquire at this office
FOR SALE CHEAP A good house and
out buildings, and 3 acres of good land
in Old' Town close to mill creek. In
quire of , ,'. , . Mbs. A. Swaicer
REDUCED SALE-There will be a re
duction in price on every thing in my
tf millinery store for the next thirty days.
," " Mas. J. R. Forrest
SAND Sand, really clean sand, sharp
sand iQ any quaiaa titles at any time on
board cars or otherwise.
J. L. Mars
FOR SALE Air motor windmill good
A. Mcuim N 4 th st
M,r l i : - L.t ,L -
L&arande will receive bids for five
hundred cords, more or less, of wood.
Said wood to be Yellow Pine, Red Fir, or
Tamarack, green cut and four feet long.
Said wood to be first class marketable
wood, and to be corded at the city pump
ing plant on or before October 1st.
Bids to be in writing and delivered to
the City Recorder on or before four
o'clock June 20, 1 906. Toe Cty of La
Grande reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
H. E. Fowixr.
Chairman of the Ways and Means Com.
NOTICE TO WAIH CQ.IS'WiiS
Notice is hereby given to all consumers
j.er in the city of La Grande. Oregon,
then," all parties who wish to irrigate, are
required to file an application for the
same, with the City Recorder.
Irrigation hours; The laws for irri
gation are as follows; from 5:30 to 7:30
Signed; H. C. Gilman, Water Sj?:
Dated, April 30. 1906.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that Wm. B.
Sargent Administrator of the Estate of
Sarah C. Worstell, deceased, has fiied !
nerVl account and report in the said
estSuii and the County Court of Union i
County, Oregon, has set Tuesday, June
18, 1906, at 2 o'cl-ck p. m., for hearing
Wm. B. Sargent, Administrator
FURNISHED FF;0NT ROOM-Phon.
FOR RENT-Light housekeeping room.
wui ner a ana Adams.
. Mrs. A. E. Jones
.w... ii, tiUIIII
Anthony house corner 6 th and P st
MONEY For ioant on city property "see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
LOST One sorrel norse. five year old
has split ear, has brandon right tide but
can not say whether on Hid or shoulder
or what brand is. Horse weighs about
HUO pounds. Aruitable reward will
be paid for its return, or for information
leading to its return- Said animal has
been gone about two weeks. I traded
for it on the streets of La Grande three
, week, ago giving a gray mare with
John M. S. Smith, . '.
FOR J?ENT-Pleasant furnished front
room at 906 Main Street
WANTED -Woman, must be competent
housekeeper, wages 55 per W3ek. Apply
at irs office.
FOR RENT Four room house. ' Inquire
of Mrs. D. C. Crawford Cor. 6th and
FOUND In this city a wallet containing
valuable papers. Owner can have tame
by calling at this office and identifying
FOR SALE An established, well paying
business, small capital required, good
reasons for jelling.
Address X Observer.
WANTED Men and boys for beet thin
ning. Apply to Samuel Storey, .
LOST Small red memorandum book
somewhere in town. Return to this
FOR RENT-To people without children,
my rooming house on Adams Avenue.
Suitable for boarding house, mostly
furnished. Rooms now filled. .
Mrs. Zora E. Patty,
Eight acres, 6 room house.bam, place for
chickens or hogs, orchard, all kindt o
fruit and plenty of water. Located east
of flouring mill, will exchange for city
property Apply at premises. JohnG avan
Good looks bring happiness. Friends
care more for us when we meet them
with a c'e in. smilling face, bright eyes
sparkling with health, which comes
taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
35 cts. Tea or Tablets.
Newlin Druo Cc.
FOR RENT A small house near Adams
Avenue on Cedar Street-Inquire of
Newlin Drug Co.
Da Wit, the iwna to look tor whea
you to to bur Witch Hani Saba.
DeWltt'S Witch Hazel Salra it tlx
ortfinal and only tenajra. I"
DeWWelalhe only Wllch Hsw(Sale
that la mad from the waduitanMd
All others are counterfeits baaa Imt
tatlaa. cheap an worthlees eao
aanteroua. DeWltts Witch Haul Sal
it a specific lor Piles: Blind, Bieedinc.
Itchlnc and Protnidlnt Piles. AlsoCuta,
Bum. Bruises. Sprains. Lacerations,
Contusions. Bolls. Carbuncles. Eczema,
' Tatter. Salt Rheum, and all other Skla
E.C. DeWitt Co., Chic.t.
A r H LI. Drggist
The Eastern Oregon Trust and
ti l.-i. !. iv.. .M..faey hnnn that has ever
his savings oanK is wo 6Baiw'' , ,
come to the masses. It not only protects them by .
? ..tmsn c hut hv a
offering a substitute for dououui invesimcuw, ,
accepting small deposits it protects them from their own
vWe want your savings account, no matter how small.
(GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
F. J. HOLMES. Treasurer,
A very pretty dinner party wat given
by Misses Olive Crawford and Lulu
Gulling, Sunday for twelve of their young
lady friends. .They were assisted by
Misset Edna Wittier and Ethel Gulling.
The dining room wat beautifully deco
rated in marguerites, while pink and
white peonies formed the center piece on
; A very pretty feature wat the place
cards, each bearing a four leaf clover.
Covers were laid for: Edna McCall,
Dorothy Sailor, Justine Clark, Dorothy
Zuber. Muriel Goodnough, Sadie McCoy,
Ellen Grady, Mayme Reith,' Mae White,
Winnie Ormond, Bessie Goodnough, and
Ivy Long. ,
Mrs. Fred Kiddle of Island City hat
invited the ladiet of the Five Hundred
Club for Friday afternoon.
The Lyle Tuesday Musical gave their
annual reception in their club room last
evening. The rooms were artistically
decorated in green and wild roses, the
club flower. During the ' evening the
officers of last year and the coming year
Miss Kirk. Mrs. J. J. Cirr, Mrs. H. Laug-
hlin. Miss McCall. Mrs. W. L. Brenholts,
Mrs. Forest and Mrt. Nellie Neall received.
The ladies quartet composed of Mesdames
Jones, Neill, Stephens and Forest de
lighted the guests as also did the solos
by Mesdames Scroggins and Richardson
Miss Lula Gulling gave a reading which
wat thoroughly enjoyed and the piano
duets by the Misses McCall and Mrt. A.
Newlin and Miss M. Kirk were very pleas'
ing. Mrt. F. E. Moore served from the
refretment tible maitle mellow float and
minets. This evening closes the work
for the year of the musicale until fall.
Mrs. H. S. Cavana entertained the
ladies of t.ie Five Hundred Club at Bridge
yesterday afternoon in her usual hospit
able and original way. The prize, a gift
from England, wat won by Mrt. Jay Van
Buren. Salad, tandwitchet, strawberries
cake and tea' were eerved at the close of
the game. The guestt were; Metdamet
A. Newlin Ed. Murphey, C. H. Finn. Fred
Swaney, Jay VanBuren, E. W.' Bartlett,
M. L. Causey, Harry Grady, Wm, Allison,
Fred Kiddle, J. C. Gulling and J. H.
The meeting of the Neighborhood Club
tomorrow will be open to the public It it
the doting meeting of a very tucceetful
year's work following the Bay view
course of study. At the Utter half of
the year ' hat been tpent in study- of
Japan and her people, it teemed fitting
that the last day should be devoted to a
Japanese fete. A number of our little
Jape have consented to entertain us
am ng whr.m will be yum yum. Pittising
and Peep Bo of Mikado fame, there will
also be a Japanese drill by the children
Following is the programe which will
begin at 2:50 o'clock.
Piano Solo "The Japanese Dance"
Recitation "A Little Sermon"
Vocal Duett "In the Cherry Blossoms"
Olive Massee and Helen Currey
Vocal Solo.. "My Lady from Japan"
Piano Solo 'The San Toy Mazurka"
Vocal Trio......"Three Little Maids from
Flora Mack, Annie Tullis and Sadie
Vocal Solo ...A Japanese Lullaby
A Japanese Lantern Drill
( Stella Bodmer. Ethyl Wright
Ruth Havt. Alice Hill
j Carol Currey, Helen Currey
CONSTABULARY KILLED AND CAPTURED
(Scrlppe New Association)
Manila, June 20 Pulajanes, under
leadership of Pascor, attacked the town
of Varauen early this morning and killed
five of the constabulary, wounded five
more and captured all the remainder
with the exception of the Lieutenant that
was in command. The vandals burned
the municipal recorde and fled carrying
with them the dead and wounded. The
constabulary was taken wholly una vare
and were surrounded by the enemy before
they knew what was happening. The
little handful of guards fought violently
until they were overwhelmed by numbers.
T. M. Hiltz leaves tonight for Wash
ington D. C. on business.
Mrs. Hannah Rogers it quite tick at the
home of Rev. G. O. Richardson at Adams
Mrs. J. T. Williamson, accompanied by
her mother Mrs. Wilkinson, is visiting her
sister Mrs. Mable Robertson at Drydon.
fcc'xy Mountain Tea Nunaeti
A Baa Medlala B... o.i?
Briujfi Golaea fl ilia tad a-! rigor.
E"7. Lor" Ptlno. Inn-ltraetlor. Mva
i.--i uZ.( ""p.iw. Efflwna. In,rut
li - " . T lan Te In Una
t rorm. an mia boz i.
lotuarrn De.ro tomrvvt, MaduwsTTWlav
n.on upn ron sallow piomji
Potatoes & Ha v 1
We have a large supply of strictly choice large potatoes in stock,
which we offer at very low price.
We still have a large amount of hay - all grades - in our house
which we offer at $12.00 per ton. The hay market it very dull at
the present time and we want to unload tame. '
We have to arrive a car load of Straw berry boxes, in about a
week. Our price on them will be very low.
We ere in the markeh for all the eggt that are offered and we
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pa nignen mjrmi price, spot casn, lor mem. i j
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You tee our FINISH every day
you wear linent that are
laundried here. There it lots of
difference in hearing about the
finish. Perhaps vou have made
, that discovery. Our laundry
work is finished thoroughly and
we take particular care that
nothing elip-shod leaves our
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! La Grvnie, Oreecn.
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Fresh and Cured
Can be obtained at this mar-;
at all, times. fc We deliver all,
orders promptly. Phone to,
us or leave your order. We
will do the rest. l:-
KR0USE BROS Prop. .
Successor to J. Bull and Co.
Phone Main 48 ' "i
J.. R. OLIVER.
SANITARY HAIR RATS, SANITARY SIDE PUFFS
NEW TRIMMED SAILORS
STRAM TELESCOPES I
E, M Wellman & Company:
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LA GRANDE; IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
C mpicte Machfn Shops and Foundry
General Blavktmitht, V,'e manufacture The Fitigerald Roller Feed
Mill,, the best and cheapest mill on the market Our shops art
equipped with machinery to handle any sized work, nothing too large
or nothing to smaCL High prices paid for old caet iron.
a aaa sw.te .. . ,
Best equipped abstracter in Union
county. Many years experience
with the Unicn county recoru
gives me a great advantage. It .
ie folly to purchase real estate
without first, securing a rspt
abstract. An abstract from rry
office will show the title just aa
it appears on the official record.
). R. OUVErL
LA GRANDE, OREGON f
Room SI Sommer Building
"STOP!" and think before you buy a sep
arator. There are many things to be con
sidered in the purchase of a cream separator.
You want the lightest running machine on the
market. You want the machine that is the
easiest to wash and keep clean, you also want
the machine that will produce all the butter fat
And above all you want a durable machine so
that you wont be continually paying for repairs.
Now the famous Empire Separator le the ma
chine you want as it has all these advantages
over every other machine on the market.
Any company can make claims but let us
show you ths Separator that makes good
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is what a good many people say '
of our parcels of pure, high grade
mixed candies. And the happiness
Is not gauged by quantity or price
Best equipped ice cream parlors in
SELDER. The candy
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ulcer Rre:w!. rni -illy, becoming more
offensive ,uiU inaiiuinu tintit at last
the sufferer lin.'.s he is afflicted with
Cancer. C.i:uerou9 ulcers often start
from a boil, wart, mole or pimple,
why-h Ii.ti 1,-en biiied or roughly
hanoicd, shuwinz that the taint is in
the blood. inr.-n, inti.ri.l a..i .
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PUlitL Y Ebfc I MliLE. ""np'-ove, the discharKegraduallf grows less. !
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in a picture man after ft has
been to the laundry. Remember
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. Office Lewis building
La Grande, Or.