La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904, February 02, 1904, Page 3, Image 3

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CREAM WANTED
Farmers, bring your cream to us and we will
pay the very highest market price for it. At
the.'present price of butter it will pay you far
better to sell the cream than to churn it.
We are agents for the famous DE LAVEL ; -,
separator. The best made.
COVE CREAMERY COMPANY,
E. O. Harper, Mgr.
.' Headquarters at Hill & Allen's, La Grande.
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OFFICERS:
' B. Burnt .......President
. J. H. Bkbbt Vice President
J. if. Chobch .Cashier
F. L. Meters Asst. Cashier
DIRECTORS:
i. M. Berry, J. M. Church
A. B. Cooler, R- Smith
L.O. Stanley
3655
La Qrande National Bnk
La Grande. Oregon '
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,000.00
Transacts a general banking basinets. Bays and sellaexchange on
all parte of the world. Collections a specialty.
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Please I' Note Our
Success
And increase of business from
Jnly IS, 1891, to July 15, 1903, 12
years.
Surplns fund accum
ulated fl 2, 5 0 0.0 0
Capital paid in .... 6 U, 0 0 0.0 0
Reliability of share-
holders 6 0, 0 0 0.0 0
Protection to de
positors $13 2,(00.00
Deposit subject to
check were, on
July 15, 1391 41,6 9 8.36
" 18P2 7 7,8 0 9.99
" 1893 27,2 2 6.13
" 1894 20,041 .54
" 1895 42,3 4 8.11
" 1896 34,3 9 7.70
' 1897 43,6 4 7.59
" 1898 7 8.7 7 6.25
" 1899 8 3, 7 5 0.19
190.) 8 9 , 7 0 3.90
' 1901 8 3 ,7 2 1,67
1602 7 7.2 4 5.38
' 1903 1 3 2,1 0 3.76
"Docs not the ."above figures as
sure you that the management of
this bank meets witn the approval
of its board of directors and pat
rons; and deserving of your
patronage. We want your bank
ing business, large or small. You
interest will be protected at the
Farmers and traders National Bank
La Grand, Oregon-
SACRED HEART
ACADEMY
La Grande, Oregon.
Conducted by Bisters of St. Franoi
Select boarding and day school for I
Young Ladies
AcUemie, Preparatory and Kined '
garten courses are conducted on b
same principles as those pursued in
our sohools of Philadelphia. ....... i
Music and painting receive spocla
Mention
Letters of inquiry directed to
RIOTER SUPERIOR
PORT' AND AND
TOMARKETS
Local Markets
Eggs, fresh Taller SOuts, eastern, SOo.
Butter, creamery COo and firstolass
dairy 50c per roll.
Potatoes OOcts per sack. , (
Applei,50c. to 76ots. per ooi.
Cabbage, per lb.
Turkies, 10 cts. lb. live weight.
orbals .
Wheat 60o to 640 per bu.
Oats 90o per cental I
Barley 80operoentl
Portland Market, ;
The Portland wheat market con
tinues its firmness but no obangea in
quotations were made during the
wei.k. As a result of the strength ol
the wheat ' market flour is quoted
firmer with the demand larger. The
Oriental business is not over large but
some ordinary buys are reported.
Prices there are i:ei high enough to
admit of a suffloient profit to ship.
WHEAT Walla WalU, 73c
blue-stem, 78ci Valley, 79. ' ' "
. BARLEY Feed, f 2 J per ton, I rew
ing,20; rolled ?21.
FLOUR Valley, $3.75 and 3.85 per
rr I; hd wnea'.straiglitj, 3.90 an
. PBODUCB
' Potatoes, 60 to 76 oanti per tack.
Onicus 80 cents to $1.00 per tack.
Eggs Oregon, 30 32 Ota, F ru
25 SDo
Hotter Dreamery, IV ,nd 30c
Dairy, SOand 82Jo, store 158l6Jo lb.
Poultry Chiokens, mixed 10o per
pound.' spring, lOo and . bens,
JOo, turkeys live, 17 and 18c
lb dressed 18 and 2oo lb-, ducks, f 6
and 7 er doi. geese, 8o lb.
LIVESTOCK
Cattle Best steers 94.26 and $4.00,
medium, 4.00; cows $3.26 and $4.00
' Hogs Best large, fat $6.26; medium
large fat 4.76
Sheep Best weather $3.60; mixed
sheep $3.26. . ,
4 10; clears, $3.55 and 3.75; hard wheat
patents, $4.20 and 4.60; Dakota bard
wheat, 4.90 and $5.50; graham, $3.76,
whole wheat, f 4; rye wheat, $4.50 and
.76
OATS No. 1 white, $1.07,; gray
$1.05 per cental.
MILL STUFFS Bran, $18 per ton;
middlings, $i3; shorts, $19; chop, U.
8. mills, 118; linseed, dairy food $19
HAY Timothy, $16 per ton; oiov
er, $12; grain, $12; cheat, $12.
Wkf Farmer Shoald Favor HattesMl
Aid la Road Balldlaa.
The rapidity with wtilch the senti
ment In favor of national aid to the
common roads of the couutry lint
spread and the eagerneaa with which
the proposition la welcomed since the
introduction of the Itrownlow bill In
congress have not only been highly
gratifying to the friends of the rucn
ure, but surprising and astonishing t
Its opponenta. The truth Is the great
body of the farmers of the lnud nro
slow In demnwllinj "'hut they ure Juit
ly entitled to. Had the snuiu necessell)'
as tlio want of good roads among form
ers existed in relation to the uianufue
turlng, mining or commercial interests
of the country each a necessity would
havu long since been recognized and
met by adequate appropriations froip
congress.
The tillers of the soil do not work In
concert for their own advancement. It
the cei bus of 1000 the whole number ol
people above the age of ten years. en
gaged Hi gainful occupations In (he
United States was W74.117. Of this
number 10,381,7U5 were engaged In ag
ricultural pursuits. No other specified
occupation employs so muny. The man
ufacturing and mechanical pursuit!
OU R THIRD WEEKLY CANDY SALE
SPEC I A L OA R M EL. SALE TO-DAY.
SaSBslaH
Vanilla, 30 cent. Chocolab, 30 cents.
" , .. Cocoanut, 30 cents.
GREENE & CO
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A Two Light Electrolier
Empire style complete with etched glass
shaded and all attachments put up iu
your residence for fyOO '
Sse samples in our window. ,
La 'Grande Light & Power Co
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B&liaaaaHgigsBsggTm'Hfl1
DeWitt
DtWttt It tho ntme to look for when
Em to to buy Witch Haul Salve.
eWltt' Witch Hazel Salv Is tho
Otiefnal and only eanolne. In fact
DeWitt'aHthsonly Witoh HatelSahfj
that la made) from tho unadultaratad
Wilch-Hazel
Alt others art ooanterfctttbatt tml
tatlons, cheap and warthlM ren
dtngereua. DaWltt'tWHch HaulSalvt
la a aptdMe for PUsa; Blind, BlewdJnt,
. ltchlnt and Protrudlnr PlUa. AlaoCuta,
Bums, Bruises, Sprain a, Iearatlonta
Contuslona. Bo! la, CarburKka. Ecaama.
Tetter. Salt Rbaum, and all other Skit
Disaaaea,
SALVE
E. C. DeWitt Co., CUcage
JUSTSHOES
That's all.
STUNTNEYT4SSO
With return privilege $8 pay
able iu udvunce. No other
terms. Can give good referon
oas as to bis colts.
iVm. 0. Hansen.
Congratulations.
Mr. John H. Culloiri, .Editor o' the
Garland, Texas, News, has written a
facthres congratulations to the mami
lettei ol, of Chamberlain's Cough
Eemedy, ai follows : "sixteen years
ago when our first child was
a baby be was subject to oronpy
spells and we w uld be vary tinnaBy
about bim. .. We. began usrng Cham
berlain's' Couch Remerly in 1887, and
U .l! . .. I. . 1 ! .. L.l .. .1 .. fn
UUU1UK lv .uuu y rcimuin isiuruj iui , ,
colds and croup, we baue neer been nary, hardware and miueetiaS
without it in the house Biuce that for other ceonle to sell.
. tir . ..i.n A r '
hate given it to ' all of them with
good results." For Sale by all druggists.
We sell She, and leave milli-
For ale hy HILL & ALLEN
They're Going Fast
WANTED
Suit of rooms witb bel, apply to W.
L. Trullinger. Supt. La Grande Light
and Power Co.
Shoes absorb, our attention.
Our stock is is fresh and always
up-fo-clute.
C. W. PRKT0N
Shoe Specialist, Depot St.
TU&VBL1NO UNDER DlFPllX'LTIEK.
employ T.0S5,l)i; persons, trade uuil'
transportation 4,7(MI.0H and pi't.r's
slounl service 1.258.7&). And yet the
farmers of the country, tlmt contrihutu
more to Its pormnuent prosperity thun
all other classes combined, have, the
smallest amount of consideration In tlio
matter of congressional appropriations.
In all the history of the past legisla
tion of the couutry but few effort
have been made to equalize the bone
tits of "ongrnsslonnl appropriations.
Until tlio rural mall routes were extnu
llshed citizen living In the country
rarely received direct benefits from the
money expended by the genera I i;ov-
ernment except that for the agricultur
al department. The roinmerco or tlio
'country felt the oxulieraneo of fresh
and lusty life and visor from the lnv
' provemoiit of the rivers and harhors.
' but this exuberance would have been
vastly Increased had half the money
appropriated for rivers and harbors
been applied to aid In the Improvement
and maintenance of the public roada,
the very foundation of commerce. j
STALL ION NOTICE
A great Opportunity for you
to breed to one of the best at a
very low price. I will make
this season with my imported
famous llojkney stallion
I 't VV 1.'. 4.V. . J f . . . .
Bnt there are still many styles yet to select from.
An Iron Bed for $2.5?
Of course we bavt the expensive linds, too.
See the handsome designs now in our window
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Undertakers IVmUACC!, PH Charles Kinsey
Li. dUUUVUk) XJJ.
rri balmers
Funeral Director
MAKINU FOR HOME
la always a jov to a man, espee.lall)
II ho owns the home He knows iha
every duller he spends on it both addi
to his iomlort nd the v-ilno of hi-
... u. ..bo. .i.iitn In tmnrnv-
ng his place and lie deligbls In the
esteem of Ills niignoois. vie nave
SOME HO'JSES
That will make ideal homes for s mi
... hodv. Tliev are offered at a lempllng-
lv !nw flirnm iinrl it vou do not wan to
M .11 ....I. lo.ma u-ill ti RHliufnctorill
arranged. Bring your wile and let us
show you what gems tm-y are.
La Grande Investment
1110 Adums Aveuuo,
)any
La Giande, Oregon
THE 'TALK OF THE TOWN
Have you got all your Winter's Clothing,
tii. I did you get it at
THE
UNION STORE?
Ify.iti .lid? Alritfh . It ? w. 11, wait
and you'll see.
P. S. Th- above re(V"s lo
Cents' Oootla
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IF THEY ARE WEAK You are in constant danger of Pneu
monia or Consumption which can be prevented by FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR if taken in time.
IF TMC ARE INFLAMED You already have the first symp
toms of lung trouble that may prove fatal and you should not delay
taking FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. It cures all inflammatory con
ditions of the respiratory organs.
IF THEY ARE OBSTRUCTED It is dangerous to use harsh
expectorants which strain and weaken the lungs. FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR soothes and strengthens and enables the tubes to be
naturally cleared.
EMEV'S MM ffl TAR
gives the greatest comfort and relief in advanced stages of lung trouble
and never fails to cure incipient Consumption. Contains no opiates.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia and Grippe. It stops the Cough and prevents Pneumonia.
See That You Get
FOLEY'S
Honey and Tar
A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY
J. N. Patterson, night policeman ot
Nashua, la., writes: "Last winter I
had a bad cold on my lungs and tried
at least a half dozen advertised cough
medicines and had treatment from two
physicians without getting any benefit.
A friend recommended FOLEY'S
HONEY AND TAR and two thirds of
bottle cured me. I consider It the
greatest cough and lung remedy ia
the world."
THREE SIZES
25o, 60o, $1.00
rrgiagiiATfuwaiiw1
SOU MD RECOIXEIDEJ IY
Strawberry, No. 845, Violet, No. 340,
Rose, No. 344. " : ' -
50c';
r ; Outfit for
; ;25c
i ISxlS inch linen
inter piece
1 ' Handsome color
lutly : ?
L Di inr..m einbroiJ
rv less ui J
; 4 j3'ti)3i of grind
irize filo silk
1 Doz English em-
'iroidery needles
. Your choice ot de-
ligns . .
34-2V Holly, No. 343
American Beauty
RAINBOW STORE
Free lentous in fancy work,.
John F. Stowe's Bij Scenic
duclion ol
Pro-
TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM
Willi Mr Alvia Wcoff as
"Joe Morgan" and twenty peo J
pie in the cast.
See
The Great Meibanioal Effects
Poor Old Joe Morgan ,p
The H"unny Yankee yf
The Delirium Scene
HEAR
Stcwe's Military Band and Sym-
ihony Orchestra.
Free Concert Euch Day. .
Prices Night, 25c, 50c, 75o
Seals now on sale
jk- FOK KENT
Hi 1 loornodt cottage, centrally locat
ed. TliQ proper person may have tho
use 'of this property during the spring
and iuininer free of charge, pravidnd
they Hive 'promise of proper care.
Jan't'd to - Jan ai. Address hox ; 4Sl
La (irando, Oregon. Cottage is fully
furnished. -t " , '" -
. .-vy
''.f-Ba've your pennye, tho
''''dollars will take care
themselves."
7 ; -i ',
STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE
Monday, Feb. I. .
CASH
MEAT MAREKT
Q borne made breakfast bacon i-now-ready.
Ko better made per lb 15-
' Our "Famous Hams" will be ready
by next hnturuay.
We permit no one to undersell us.
' Finest meats always on hand. .
Poultry, the best the market affords
Phono orders receive prompt de
livery. No. 11)01,
. North Fir St. opposite Qeddea Bros.
Hill & Allen, Pr itCi lption OiUggisio.
REDUCTION
On Htid afier January
1st , Meal Tickets will
bo reduced Irom 5 lo '
HBO forca h. -Wenpp
ciniethe gen
erous : atronuge ex
tended in the past and
trust the service render
ed will not only merit
a continuance, but an
increase.
REGULAR MEALS
25o
OYSTERS in iny style,
our specialty.
Try our Sunday Din
ners from 12 to 4 p. m.
' Host service in the oity
MODEL
- RESTAURANT ,.
Handsome Men -
Should prods', thoir
beauty by seeing thut
they have only
COMPETENT BARBERS
To shave them. , We
. will protect your face.
Evans & Fitzgerald
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