La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904, February 06, 1904, Page 1, Image 1

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LA -GRANDE CORNING OBSERV
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LA GRANDE. OREGON, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1904.
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SPRING GOODS ARE
ARRIVING DAILY
THE DESIGNS ARE ALL
- NEW
CALL AND SEE THEM
We -will be pleased to show them.
THE CHICAGO
STORE
A SACK OP
iOLD FREE
The old addige that on reaching
l. ......1 nf a rutiiltnv vnn will find A
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rank of fco.u.is very old and doubted, but if those that
disbelieve will call at the Rainbow S.ore will be con
viuced. We have boxes full of gold and silver, precisug
stone', t atchos, clocks a.j.l everything in the jewelery
ine, ul pricei such as you never dream d of. Call and
be convinced lhat we crn and will save you sacks of gold.
We bought ut 35 cents on the dollar and will give
vou the benetit. We are here to s .iy and guarantee all
aA TTuvfi nil exnerl Jtweier who win uo uu
as repref-nii
kinds of repairing proicp
bargains are gone.
ilv. Cull before all of these
RAINBOW STORE
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT YESTERDAY.
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Ben Purdey Gets an Additional Sentence of one
Year For Stealing a Shot Gun. And
Arthur Hotchkiss gets "wo Years. Otljer
Business.
The oounty court finished its labors
for tba February - term : yesterday
altetnoon.
The principal work was tbo approv
ing of road supervisor's bonds and
David Tucker was appointed for dis
trict No. 5, W. W. Farter for distriot
No. 2, and L. Cross In district-No. 35
The applioaticn for tbe ' incorpora
tion of Cove waB granted 'and tbe date
for election was set for the 20tb.
M. Irwin was awarded the contract
for keeping tbe oounty poor farm
boarding the inmates at the rate of $3
per week. "
Dr. 0 E Saunders of Union was ap
pointed county physician, bis bid was
J349.
Tbe Observer and Chronicle were de
Endeavor Social
The Christian Endeavor society of
tbe Presbyterian churoh gave a de
lightful social at the home of Mrs
Ncble last evening, which was a de
cided euooess. The iargeit crowd as
in attei.dancs that these sooials have
ever attracted' wiiich is very inooui
aging. Flinch wts tin lending fo.ttnri) ul the
evening, although other amusements
Were not lacking.
At tit j business meeting following,
delegatus were elected 'o the state
Endeavor Convention' to be held in
?endleton Fjb 10 to 22.
BID CUBA
ADIEU
eland tbe official papers of tbe oounty
for the year 1904.
The petition ol T H Crawford fur a
franchise for the use of tbe couuly
road (or an electric railroad was oon- j
linued lor the teira, ' tbe ourt tak- j
ing the view that there would be
plenty of time for granting ol fran-1
obise when tbey were prepared to . , , A " C I
show that they oould us, tbe roads j L3St Ol AlYlCriCan jOl
for the purpose ssked for ; j
Tbe court purchased a ticket fo I
tbe notorious Mamie Morris to go lo, j
Idaho This is a good investment it
shi will ooly remain, still we do not!
know what our sister state of Idaho
ever did to us to be treated in this I "
THREE MILLIONS
FOR AIVipNITION.
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Japan Sends $3,000,000 to the United, States
' With W ich to Purchase ? Ammunition.
50,000 Japanese Soldiers Land in jforea .
as Laborers. -
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GRAIN TRADERS
ACT AS MAD MEN.
Prices on Chicago Board of Trade Shot up to
Highest Point Yet Reached. Armor
Dumped in a Big Line and Cash Prices Re
cedes. Wheat Expected to Reach the
Dollar Mark in a Few Days. ,.
Chicago, Feb. 4 All grain markets
went wild on the Board of Trade to
day, and tbe prices of everything-' shot
upward to tbe highest point yet reach
ed. Then Armour unloaded 4,000,000
bushels of wheat by quick action, and
in tbe midst of the wildnst scene in
tbe pit for yeais a reaction came and
prices reced ed. Tbe selling ol tbe big
line ol May by Armour started the
slump, wbioh was only fractional and
t redes are nnanimoua in tho opinion
that tbe lower pricea are only ternpor.
ary.
May wheat opened at 94, and in
otiick iumoa reached Wilt. Jnlv was
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a viuoB secona, jumping irom ou
Com and oats took part in tbe gener
al upward trend and the traders be
gan to throw aay tbeir hats, coats.
and tear each other's clothing in the
mad race to keep-up with the mnrket.
diers Leave Cuba--The
Stars and Stripes Come
Down and the Cuban
Colors Go Up.
Havana, Fi b 5 Tho last ves'ice ol
the Amerhin CMipi'.iuu of Cuba dfc
appeared (his Rite, noon, when the
American 11 ig was lowered from the
Cubnnaa Brrack, and tba last bat
talion ol Ani'.'riciui soldiers, mnrobed
to the Triscomia pier and boarded the
Uuiltd S.atea Army tuilsport Sum
cr, which will fail tomorrow for
Florida. '
Taoorr.a Wash. Feb. 5 A J Bullet)
who baa returned from tbe Orient on
the steamer Emprsu, ol China, states
that he oarried three million dollars
with whiob to boy ammunition In the
United 8'ates tor the Japnese." He
also states that 60,0t0 Japsonie
diers have been shipped into IC'iree or
labortra. .
RESPONSE APPROVED
8s Petersburg. Feb 6 Tlu R'ii.in
t revp ne to Japan's note has h-eo a
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Starkey News
COUNTY COURT
FINISHED WORK
Ticket was Purchased For the Notoriou
Maymie . Morris and She Was Senl Into
Idaho. Application For Incorporation of
Cove Granted and February 20th Set for
Election.
Mrs. Leo Smith Irntn Nibley, spent
Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs
P. B. Burnett. ' . ,:
Mr and Mr?. A. Prrll from Hock
Creek spent Sunday with her daugh
ter Mrs. .Tames Briggs,
. J. B. Avers has gon? to Union to
attend oourt this wfi k.
James Briggs expected to finish bis
logging con trad this week.
Kev. Larkins of Sutnmervillo has
held services at the sohool hcute
heveral Sundays.
Our winter term ol school closerl
last Friday and Mrs Hlialer expects
to be in La Grande tho Utter part
of this week.
Wm. Br'ggB who hr.s L.ctn quite ill
is now recovering.
Mabel Kullivun is visiting fnende
and rehitivis in La Orandu.
Libater. '
Ri.nrt u! DiU Nj. 52, 8ia'ky"
pirtapl ooncessinna. It is thought,
however that Ens-la will maintain
herpoiition in Manchuria.
v.: f . 8iTUATto(r ravs-
Washington, Feb.o.-w" .
The siiuiuon in the far east is oon
iil?ied g ave both at tbe Russian in. '
hifry aud at tho Japanese legation. -
FB4R8 WORST
1,'mdod, Fob, B .jRepoft( are onirent -Ihty
prominent mmniarctal Jkouse
i ha7oa relations with Janan have re
"iisd prlrace dispatohes intlqqalirg
proved by the Cair, which will ' reach the beliel that a rupliue in relations
Jtpvi Monday. ' It, i known in h i,l Jjoiween RuSsja and Jupun it- imnit
a cnnoilitary na'tire, non'aiiiiiK in -' nent. i . . t :
Ore., lor the Mrm ending Jan. ilfi,-19
04.
Ncl days tsught
No. ol pupils enrolled
Days pnsnnt
Days anient ,
N lardy maiks
Avurtigo daily attendance
Pupils present every day dining
term, Etata Burnett
Pupils lint tardy during the (rriii,
M iy Cain; K o ence Cain
I' oae mi It'll Ho or for .tie
lioii'h lunlii g .1 n: S9 h. '. D. Me-
Milliii", .Mi:1i.Iiiiii May Cm,
Florence Caiu.
Mrs. F. C. Sliafrr, Teac. r,
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GAMBLER
LET IN
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Pleasant Evening
. Till piaant lio.n i of Mr a 1 1 SI t
Jas Nulauo on Ninh Diroli" etiot
was the soene of a very p'easant gath
ering last evening, the uccasiu being
a cobweb social under the auspices ol
the Christian Endeavor young people
ol Central Oh irch. The evening was
spent in games, music and social con
versation. Refreshments wore served
and a most enjoyable evoning Jwas
spent.
New York- Lodge ; of
Masons Lose Charter
s ?nd are Likdly to Be
Expelled ;Betause't a
Gambler Was Admit-
k d. i
New York, Feb. 5 The suooess j of
a well-known gambler in gaining
menibcrahip to Maaonin oircles, Whlbh
oauaod a sensation among members' of
(be order when it became known some)
months ago, has oausea the withdraw
al of lio dim tor from Mount Zibn
Chapter. No. 231.
Tbe Epworth League will give n Val
entine Social Friday evoning Feb. 12th
at the M. E. Church. Tho .High
School Orchestra has boon engaged tu
furnish the music. There will be (lain
ty refreshments. Tin public Is cordial
ly Invited. Admission 10 cents.
Out of Debt 1
Marion county is nut of debt and on
Feb. 1-t had (fill, f82 Ofi in thespedlal
road fund, and $5 407.70 in general
in the treaaury, making a total on
hands of If 13,149 81
II u inn, Ore. Feb. 5. (Spcial to tilt:
Observer) Ben Purdy received ft , one
year eeotence yeUcidrty for stealing' ti
ebot gun from Kir.lny'a livery citable,
this hi diiit'rrn lothrce yetrBseutrnce
rjceiveJ the dy before will kfep bim
bury for the next three- yen is.
Tbe Jap who broke into the pec. inn
bouie waa arraingf-d but owing 10
tbe fact (bar he could not understand
English the cpg waa continued until
be could secure an interpreter.
Arthur Hotchkigg, who stole aboree,
fl-vddlf and bridh from Ed Devine uf
Ladd creek and dif posed of tbe proper
ty in 'Ulcer City waived exam'nttiin
a id Wd8 given two yearr.
The vAtse of Finn A CrawfonJ v
Union (-onnty occupied the attention
of the cjut-i nli tlty yesterday tho j-jry
awardinK be plnti.tifTd $7.? damsgf-M
This wan a caee appealed from the
aciioo of tlm county court ordering
a rnil opened in Fruitdale throiiutt
the prnp'Tty of Finn fe Crawford
after the viowftrs hud recommended
that they Tore entit'c H to no dimfgc?
The case of Dan Summer a v M
A S Co. In now ou trail.
" anisaiiraaiiniraa-TOSMaMMijWtTOBBMig
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I DO YOU WANT
CHOICE TIMBER CLAIM?
If o, we can locate you on some
fiue clnims in Wnllowa County,
McDanlel
St McDonald,
WALLOWA, OREGON
An Ee On Hubby
Thi Theater goers nf t lie city will
be pleased fo know that H'thert Buch
anan and hi cmpary will appear
here again aoon Tby sre not st i g
ers here anil will no i-warded a warm
welcome Tbey will appear here Feb.
12 and 13 in opn w'r. "An 'Eye on
Hubby."
The dance at the Mormon Church
last evening wa well ittended and
thoroughly enjoyed.
I. J. LILLIS
PRACTICAL
UPHOLSTERER..
Pt"Ml223
Kaffee Klatch
Miss Marr.ari-t N-'ilio and Mra F L
Meyers entertained the lad.is of tin
Kaifce Klalcb, together with then
huibandsatid genilemun friends last
evening.
In plain whitt Mrs W W Berry wnn
the first ladies prize and Mr Will
Church tbe first gentleman's prixe.
Miss Porter and Mr J J Carr wire
awarded the consolation priz.
In the gueasing contest Mra A V
Am'ieaa won the prin
ATTENTION SOCIALIST '
Meeting held every Tuesday night at
7:110 P. M at Labor hall. Ilufiiiat-of
importance. All members nf the hx-a'
Uxlgearo urged to aitend.and all friends
ut enrialism are invited lu attVntl ar.d
part'ilpate.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
MONEY REFUNDED,
A
Thin snnm.nr' input in ofgrpHi impnrlnncn mxl wliun lalce-n iii coiVi
iH'dimi with ilm exirnonlinary viilue-giving oll'iiiiB8 for thin month, will
l" nf morn tin i n i.-iiiiJ iiiMrHt tT onr mtny friomla nnfl pnlrotm. We
will n fond the n:uuunt of all cash purchaaes mndo on one lny between
Fi irliiv niornii'ir, I'Vhruary fitli, mid Friday tiigli', March, 4th. We - will '
ii.iiKr.iii.tB ill., d y in Thnrad .v'h laatin of the OimreitVKH, (March. lOllv)
Sue your pnrfhaac alim curi fn'ly and hrint'
to 11 'I'O
those for the day anronncprl l
will chwTfully refund l ho amount thny cull f ir. It Hoch not
in itler vv'iwtli -f vir n irn'uiai .n.-U'it to 5 cent", or .V.0'.). '
Watch for Announcement of our White
Carnival
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