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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1904)
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La Grande Light & Power Co
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
Haveyou got ull your Winter's Clotliiug,
bnd did you gef it at
UNION STO R E?
If you did? Alright. If not? well, wait
and you'll see.
P. S. The above refers to
R. Smith President
J. M. Bebiiv Vice President
J. M. Church Cashier
F. L. Meykbs ..Aunt. Cashier
J. M. Berry, J. M. Ohureh
A. B. Conley, R. Smith ,
L. 0. Stanley
,a Orande National
La Grande. Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,000.00
Transacts a general liaukiug business. Buys and sellsKexchange on
all parts ol the world. Collections a specialty.
They're Going Fast
But there are still many Btyles yet to select from.
An Iron Bed for $2.5?
Of course we hav the expensive Hurls, too.
See the handsome designs now in our window
i- -1- 4- -fr
1110 Adnms Avouue,
La Giande, Oreg
PAYS HIGH TRIBUTE
TO PRES. ROOSEVELT
Ex-Secretary Root Scores Political Boodlers and
Says "There is a Better Way." Thinks
I Roosevelt the Right Man m the Right Place
KiihM Hmi, retiring aeeretary ol
war, adiUMtin the Union League
Club at Ne w. York Wednesday night,
paid a glowing and eloquent tribute to
President Roosevelt, Pa'.iiotio citi-
ene everywhere, regtrdleas of party
connection, will iippUud Mr. Root lor
"J am lo!d that President Kooseve t
it cot popular in (he city ol New
York.' There tbcy nay he is not sale.
He is not sale io men Who prostcure
nellish ecbom's. He is not safe for
men who ftiah todiive the President
of tbe U.iited States to a corner and
make whicpfrefi arrangements whjch
are not known, by his constituents.
Bu I say that be bat boeu, -during
these years aiuce 'resident MeKintey'a
death, tbe greatest force lor tbe pro
leotion ol property and ol our institu
tions in the city of Washington .
"Thera iu a Wter way of protecting
property, capital and groat enterprise;
than by buying l-'gUlators. T'l' ro if
a better way of dealing with labor and
keeping it from running into tumult
and resistless riot than by et-rving it
or by buyii z or corrupting iu leaduie."
- Summerville' Sittings
Mr. Evert WaUingor ia visiting the
family ol J. German."
Miss Ollie STilla has. just returned
home from Pullman, Washington,
where she has been attending sobool.
Grandpa Lanmau who baa been - on
the sick list for several weeks is slow
Mr. M. Wiight went to La Grande
Tuesday to visit bis mother who is
Hr. John German of Portland is
visiting bis brother, Mr. Jim German
Bupt. t.. E. Bragg was visiting the
school bore Monday '
Mr. John Lanman of Baker City,
is visitiog bis parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr Mike R 'yoa'ol Imbler was
visitor in our to . n 8unday .
Mies Ella Hunter is on the sick list
There was a very pleasant card party
given at the borne of Mrs. Mary Mc
Kenzie last Thursday night.
Mr. Cbas. Breete has tbe honor o!
making tho highest acore at the biwl
ing alley last weik. M. G
Camel Lurrtairra. .
Camel currUfci'H nn? -not common
conveyances In moat pints of India,
but 011 the crust tr.ink road leading to
Delhi they are frviim utly to be' arvn
TUey are imve. double atory wagons
drawn Bouicijiiioa by ono. somotiniev
by two or ecen thivo cuuicla. accord
ing to their Klw. Iron bars which nlve
them n rnireliko appearance were orijr
Inully Intended aa a defense nKiiinxr
rohbora.' and t!;e carts were probably
also used for the conveyance of pria
doers. "The moat picturesque 'proper
ty of the Punjab tioveriiineiit." any
John I.ockvood IMplliiii, "Is a hiw
cliar-h-lianc to which is bjirnessod a
loam of four -or six flu? camels with
leopard skin linitsiiijra and laiyly
tired rider." Neither camel nor bul
lock carta coinniclid iheniticlvcs lunch
to tho western traveler, but In out of
the way places the latter, are often
found very useful.
How to Ventilate Stele Itooma.
Rich room aliiuiid bevcmlhitcd even
more conscientiously Uian the rest of
tho house.' Many an amateur uurse
forgets that tho sick require pure ulr
quite ii-i im-eli as the Well and so uog.
(ect to eecuro all the ulr space that la
necessary or nvallable. All draperies,
kane,lnKA uml uttilTod pieces of t'urnl
tuna that are not absolutely necessary
idiould be bnuiidk'd from the sick room,
'i'o Tlr he room without rIvIuk the pa
tient cold place nu extra blanket or
coverlet over tbe bed, draw the sheet
up over Ibe patient's head and face
and let a atrom; draft blow through
the room for a few inlnutea. Thla will
effectually ilialodge any layora of foul
air that may have collected. Continu
ous ventilation should bo maintained
bo!h day and night hy meaiiH of art
open window In tin adjoining room, the
door between being kept open. .
to I raneact your real estate business
rests on our ability to serve you and to
eavo you money. We know real estate
value in this vicinity pretty thoroughly
and our judgem-nt is taken' by Bomo of
the most careful investors.
BUY UK SELL
we can he ol seivico to vou. It is our
aim to ntak.? ever transaction satisfactory
to both parties. So we never over or un
derestimate values and give our services
impartial to all clients.
Robert Bunkanan at Slewaats' Opera House Friday und Saturday
this morning lor Elgin where they wil'
pi y during the interim . This com
pany ia wi ll nj ukeu o.' by I ho pros
wherever it has played and comer
highly recommended as a high claai
si ow. On Sat irduy evening they will
pr isent "An Fj' za f'.ubby," which
is taid to bo a very strong piece.
The Robert Buck man Co., which
will open a two nights engagement at
Stewaid's Opira Home Friday even-
ng with "Hustling lor a WW arrived
n the city last evening and will leave
Our perfume case is
filltd with a variety of
odors, suited to every
the products of the
world's greatest perfum
ers. For Cbri.-linas
these same, superior per
fumes, put up in at
tractive bi lies and box
es, suitable for gifts, in
prices from the tiny vial
at 10c up to the most
costly cut glass.
Doesn't that offer you
a suggestion for a Xmaa
gift? If it does it would
bo wise for you to make
a visit to our store and
look over our assortment
Hand Mirrors of all
eizes and in a variety of
shapes and materials.
Triplicate Mirrors, tbe
kind that permits you to
see the back of your head
and the face at the same
lime. Triplicate Mirrors
are ihe kind men like
HILL & ALLEN
Prescription Pruggist U Grande, Ore
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How to Prevent Store 'RnMtlnat.
l:y opplyiuR keroseno with a rag
when you are nbuiit to put your stoves
away for tho summer It will prevent
tueiu from rustliiK. Treat your farm
ing Implements In the same way Ire
fore you lay them asldo In the fall.
Sale afte January '
1st., Moal Tickets will
' be reduced Iroin 5- to
if 4. 60 for cash.
We app ciate the gen.
etous patronage ex-"
tended iu the past and
trust the service render ,
.et) will not only merit
a continuance, but ' an
OYSTERS iu any etyle,
Try our Sunday. Din
ners from 12 to 4 p. m.
. Best Berviue in ths city
rjaWlttutlwnmMlgak tarsal -oricinal
and onir tmmU. k tn$ i.
DciWIH'ali thi ml VttrkUHi) SrfM 1
uuv is niu inn , ci
- AUatbdt an oooQtft
dwifferooa. DoWltt'tWttch Hmtk
Is a specific (or Pitas; Bind.
licamg ana vrotnMlnc maa. A
Burns. Bruises, Sprains, Lao
Contusion a. Bella. Carfaunelaa.
Tettar.Satt Rbaura, and ail oUmt, SUa
murABxn St , k 4-'
E. C. DeWitt t Co., Ckkaj.
, For Sale hy HILL fe ALLENt
;" Annual Meeting
Notice la hereby given that thtnr, .
ual meeting of the Haaonte building -.
Afsoola tion, wil! Ibe'hf Id in tt 1- ,
Grands National Bank at 3 o'clock
February 12 1904; for the pUrpoM of F'
electing directora for tbe enanlng year
and other - bnlsntas that may comt " '
before the meeting.
' J. M. Church, Preaident.i .
, WANTED -v
Suit of rooms with board, apply .!
rVL. Trullioger. 8upt. ol La Grand
Light audJPower Co. f J
Should protrot thoir
beauty by seeing that
they have only
To shave them. We
will protect your lace.
Evans & Fitzgerald
wo union PACif ic.
A great opportunity fur you
tto breed to one of the oest at a
very low price. I will make
bis scafon wjih my importod
fm'.ru-) Ho.kney 8tr.llin
Willi return privilege fS pay
able in advance. No other
terms. (!;tn givo good refenn
r?s as In bin edits.
vVm. (!. Hansen .
8:60 p. m.
8:20 a. in.
8ah Lake. Douver Ft.
Worth. Omaha, kannat
9:16 p m
No' 2 Dally!
D;15 a m
I'ortlRnit, Ilallea, ren-
uieion, walla walla,
Duvtorj. Po m.rn. .
a . th via Hpo-
lortlan(1. Dnllea, Pen.
UlriUll UIIIBtlllU WBI-
lulii. LewlaUin. Colfax
dner, Hlxikane anu
other point east and
nortll via Hwkane.
'aland City, Allcol.
.a.blbr, m.d KlKlu
' onneeiloiif- atKlaln
will1 "' for ponta
in wauowft nouniy
1:59 a. m.
til : .in
A Billion Dollars ;V
New Yobk, Feb. 5. The deposit ot I
the.local banks today crossed ,ilh S
UOO.000,000 mark, and are now theiarg.4
eat ever known. i ' .
Not since February 21, 1062,Thava '
deposits been anywhere near thpie. '' '
o'ti ioiui. uauai oaie me aggvesarfi - e
waa tl,019,47 1,200, and'at that tlmfc Uii ' ;
bowing waa regarded Ua-moet'i
remarkable one. - ; - r;t. '
NO J -9.05
8:30 a x
Ocean Steamers between Portland mi
an Francisco every ttve daya
2,0't line litmatarack po?ts lor aa
7 :.lld S cuts. Apply to .lack Chllds
tuiri.eFH r-l icp. IN hIh iuo in tho old
.7 20 lo F 27.
nor n r ten
Ot SPICES o
Abc'uleP'jrily, Firtasl flavor.
CreMesl Slrenji h, CjMoiAb! Piiccs.!
CL0SSZT & DEYER5
Why pay high p.ices for Hay
Feed, Wood and Lumber, when
you save money by buying of
us. We are in a position io
undersell all other dealers in
in Union county, and beiievd
to our advantage to do so.
A trial order will convince vou
that we are not onlyjable to
undersell, but are doing so.
We have combined the Lumber
business with our Feed business
and would be pleased to Figure
with you when in need of
Lumber.; Try a months busi
with us and see for yourfelf
Yours for money saving,
LARSON & NOE
Cor. Jefferson Ave. and Fir St,
At Labor Union Hall Tbnnda$
Feb. 22 at 7:30 p. m. oil tuembera iOf
tbe La Grande lodge are reqnete& JK
be present also all who wUh toyfecar
andparticipatein working for tbaveau
oome early and biing the lad lea aa
they make KOOd Sooialuta.1'
- By order of CommittM.
Mr. John H. Cullom, Editor of Iha
Oarland, Texas, News, baa written a.
lactures congratulations to tbe manu
letter ol of - Chamberlain's e Congo
Remedy, as follows: : "Sixteen years
ago; when .our first, -child' was'
a baby be was subject to eronpy
spells and we w uld. be very unaaay
about him. We began using Cham
berlain's Cough Bemedyin 1887, end
rinding it eucb a reliable remedy for
colds and oroup, we have never been
without it in the house since that
time- We have five children and
hate giveu it to all of them with
good resulta." For Sale by all drug-
Please Note 'Our
Eggs, Iresb valley 3Cote, eastern, 30o.
Butter, creamery 60o and Itretolaes
dairy 50o per roll.
Potatoes SOcts per sack.
Applea,60c. to 75cts. per box.
Cabbage, ljct. per lb.
Turkies, 10 cts. lb. live weight.
W bes' 7-lr totJOo per bu.
Oats 1.10 per cental
Barley 8Uc per ceotal
The Portland wheat market con
tinues its Ihrpiicte jut no changes in
quotations were made during tbe
week. As a result of the strength ol
the wheat market flour if iiunted
firnif r with the dean cd larger. Ttt
Oriental buMncs ii t:ct over large but
aom- ordinary bu - are reported.
Pricea there are ji;at high enough to
admit ol a aufficic-it profit to ship.
blui--- ' 7-
ing, " '. -i'.
bar.-;; !.... : -.v
20 per Ion, brow
3.75 and 3.85 per
.aigbta, S3.90 and
4 10) clears, $165 and 3.75; hard what
patents, $4.20 and 4.00; Dakota hard
wheat, M OO and $5.M1; graham, $3.75,
whole wheat, f 4; rye wheat, ?4.u0 and
OATS No. 1 white, $107; graj
$1.06 per cental.
MILLSiUTKB liran, $18 per ton;
middlinga, $.23; shorts, $10; chop, U
8. millf, $18; linseed, dairy total $111
HAY Timothy, $10 per ton; clov
er, $12; grain, $12; cheat, $13.
Potato, 00 to 75 cents per srok.
Onicus 8'J cents to $1 00 per sack
EggfH-O.-egon, 30 32$ cf, F" ,-ri
ilutter Creamery, 27' and 30c
Dairy, 20 and 22 Jc, stort I5ai 15 lb
Poultry Chickens, mixed 10-- pel
pound, spring, l'c and ln-r.a
10c , turkeys live, 17 and 18(
lb dressed 18 and 20c lb-. duck, $(
anu 7 tr doz. geese, 8c lb.
Cattle Beat I'eera $1.25 and $1 kl
medium, 4.00; cow. $3.25 and $101
Hogs Bet Urge, lt $5.25; nu diun
large at 4.75
Sheen Heat weather' t:!.riO: mired !
La Granue, Oregon.
J Jixi'jctrd ty Kif't(rn of Ht. Frnnci
Hclttt tnnrding nt.d liny arbcol for
VcJcmio, I'ft'purittfuy and K;ned
jarttn courts hto coi.ilucud on h
amo prinoipit ah tloo (urHued in
rr iolivxils of i'tiiliul'lpliia,
Minin and pain tint? icccivfl npoc:
t.eticr cf iiT('iiry dir'' (I to
Dc Ycu Spray
Of cdnrpfi y t ti fpr.iy j- iir fruit triw,
Y'n frt-i imt Hflurd V t!u othrwim1,
i 'titl at my lino nnd 9 tlo ppray
I'Utiip tvlili h 1 nit! fHinir, It will pny
yon t" Crtil. Mypiiniift run hy wm
pn.'ni d uir, ('nil ami it fur your
4'lf. 8 J, H.itnltir, npKito Soda
Works. UUr-iitk, Oib. 24 1 15.
" f?avo your pennya, thn
di 11 hTB will take care
Our home made breakfast bacon I
now ready. No better made per lb 15c
Our "Famous llimia" will be ready
by next haturday.
We permit no one to undersell ns
Finest meats always on hand.
Poultry, the best the market affords
Phono orders receive prompt in
''very. No. 1001,
North Fir St. opposite tieddee Broe
And increase of business from
J nly 15, 1891, to July 15, 1903, IS
Surplus fund accum- 1 -.-. .;
ulated .'...'. $12,110 0.00'
Canital paid In .... 8 0, 6 0 0.0 0
Reliability of share-
holders. 6 0, 0 0 0.0 0
Protection to do-,
positors. $18 2,6 0 0.00
Deposit subject to
check were, on
July IB, 1891
" 1892 "'
" 1895 '
" ' 1898 3
" 1899 ,,
" 1901) .
1 1903 r?
41.5 9 8.35
7 7,3 9 9.99
42,8 4 8.11
43.6 4 7.89
7 8.7 7 6.26
' 8 3,7 50.19
8 9 , 7 0 8.90
8 3 ,7 2 1,67
- 7 7,2 4 538
1 3 2.103.78
" Docs not the 'above figures aa
aura yon that the management of
this bank meets witn the approval
of Its board of directora and pat
rons; and deserving; of your
patronage. We want your bank
ing busines '. large or small.' Your
interest will be protected at tbe
Farmer! and Traders National Bank
La Grand;, Oregon-
Farmers, hring your cream to us and we will
. pay tho very highest market price for it. At
( the'prosent price of butter it will pay you far
belter to sell the cream than to chum it.
We are Agents for the famous DE LAVEL
separator. The best made. , ,
COVE CREAMERY COMPANJi
E. O. Harper, Mgty
Headquarters at Hill & Allen's, La Grande.
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