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Don't Neglect to Grasp this-Opportunity
to ooaumlt an npai, if yot bava defective eres or Improperly fitted
glasiis. Th nodanrtaftntioni and instrumeiHi, tin itock of Cncot
Leoaaa carried by DB 0 D POMS li the finest ond largest on the road,
and enables him ts iaassrt ;iosltively tbat be li the only specialist who
:-Yatt your tQ'p prepared to
- Tesl om Eya, Grind Your Glasses and Fit Your Frame.
Manj boaiuTer with severe iiaadsohes do to, from detective vision
canned by an error 1 refrocUoa. , i All errors ol refraction positively
fiteed even to the worst forms of Myopia, Hypeimetropio, asd Preeby
,opbla . The most difficult ease and children a specialty. .
LA GRANDE MORNING OBSERVER
CURREY 6R0S, Editors and Proprietors.
sintered at the Pout Office
at ' La Grande.
Mill Mattm. '
Urrcon, as Second OLtas
Dr. C. D. Pons, the Eye Specialist
' will be here S3 to 25. at
The 'Rainbow Store
INVITAIQN TO YOU,:
::THI8H8 A6BECIAL INVITATION TO YOU. f
W aw receiving dairy many newdesighs in Wall (
Ttpr and' Wall Deoorationi, and we extend this special )
. iniUtion to yon and your friends to call and eee them. )
w.-We are inxlous to hayei yon eee onr line and we fee)
MkTCrjpov will be delighted with the visit. Z
Yourr Respectfully, (
'PAINTS. f6IbS AND GLASS
Pftbr V Chcipcr Than Coal 1
rand LooKs Better.
Ia other - words- if yoar walls are well papered
' "your fuel bill will " be reduced. We do proper
!h Paper .Hanging at dricea you can afford to pay,
HARRIS & PRICE
' ' Painters; ' Paper 'Hangers and Decorators.
A. 0. HARRIS, Phone 1666, J.M. PRICE, Phone 1491
IF BROKEN HEARTS
could be mended as neatly, quickly
and thoroughly as I oan repair
your jewelry there would be no sor
row in the world. No matter
whether It be a watoh, ring, aneok
lace or a baby pin dear from asso
ciation needs repairing, bring it. to
me and it will be mended so you
eannot tell it from new. My
specialty is watoh repairing. Bring
it here and have it dooe honestly,
expertly and cheaply.
J. H.$F&re. the Jeweler
Fresh ChoeolAtee '
Fresh Boo ;Bona-
Fresh Sougact ,
' Frtsh Carmels
' Fresh Taffey
' ; Fresh Salted Peanuts
Fresh Salted Almonds
: ken yon order groceries from us ji n
re awe to have Ibemjdellvered on lima
us you are sure to
keep only the best
Published Daily Except siortday.
One Ynar is Advance..,
Bil Months in Advance.
16.60: Per Month..
S.50 1 Single Copy.
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1904
Supreme Judge, F A Moore
Food and Dairy Comminioner,
J W Bailey
Presidential Eltciors, James A Fee,
J N Hart, G B Demick, A C Hou jh
Congressman J N Williamson.
Union and Wallowa.
Joint Senator Peter McDonald.
Joint Representative J H Dobbin
. Eighth Judicial District.
Prosecuting Att'y. Leroy Lomax
Union County, v
Representative N 0 McLeod,
Clerk Jas B Oi ham
Sherff J W Waldon.
Assessor Ben Brown.
Recorder D H Prpotor
Treasurer John Frawley
Commissioner J M Seldera
Bchool Sunt. R A Wilkerson '
Surveyor T R Berry
Coroner J C Henry.
La Grande Precinct.
Justice Peace J E Hough
Constable J W Praser
A clerk at another detlc has
just finished a table' compiled
from half a ton of U. S. Con
sular reports showing the pro
duction and exports and num
ber acras harvested of wheat' iu
Argentina for each of the past
ten years. From this the Ob
server learns , that Argentina
harvested 31,048,427 bushels of
wheat from 2,970.704 acres in
1891 and 100,635,593 bushels
from 9,131,340 acres in 1903.
Also"that in 1901 Argentina ex
ported 14,oS4,i&4 bushels of
of wheat and in 1903 she ex
ported 61,778,195 bushels.
After contemplating the woik
-being done in that single de
partment, instead of wondering
what the" many clerks Bad to do
you will leave it amazed at the
great amount of work they ac
1 CALIFORNIA PRIVET.
1 LA GRANDE NURSERIA
H Makes a beautiful fence or screen for oily .Ms. Its
foliage is so dense as to shut out all wind. It.is an
fij evergreen and cau be cut to any shape or form, It is
j hardy and grows on any soil. Also fiue for cemetery
jl lots. Fruit, shade and weeping trees, shrubs, roses,
fcto. , Let us know your wants we do the rest.
Write box 637 or phone 1161.
QUEEN CITY GREENHOUSE
j We Do Not Claim !
S That wo can please all of the people all of tho time, but
j WE DO CLAIM
id m"gemeiil for
S! il!W2ll .. ;
With tn announce that on
Saturday February ,27
' they will open a first class
J Meat Market iu the old
S Stand , - ,
Corner Railroad & Fir St,
We will always keep on
baud a good stock of f rtBh.
and smoked meats, sau-
sage , .lish ami poultry,
and will lie glad to meet
S all my old patrons and
J as many new ones. All
orders -will receive our
The strife in the republican
party this year is not over who
will receive the nomination for
president but who will be en
titled to the honor of placing
Theodore Roosevelt iu nomina
ion at the convention.
Sam White will meet his Wat
erloo this time. The great
majority ot the members of bis
own party did not want to see
him renominated and they ' will
see that he is not elected .
FARM PROSPECT FOR 1004.
If by chauce you should ever
go toWashiugtoii City and stroll
through the offices iu which
Uucle Sam does his routine bus
iness, you will be surprised at
the great number of men. and
women that are busy - at work
with type writers, pgnsand pen
cils. The fiiBt question that
you would feel an impulse to
ask would be "What do all these
people find to do?" Being from
the country you would naturally
be drawn to the Agricultural
Department and your wonder
grows to see so many people
working at desks. This looks
like queer furming and you ap
proach a desk presided over by
a bright eyed, sunny faced, nim
ble figured young lady and
peep over her shoulder to eee
what manner of flowers the is
planting in that great stone
building. She ceased her tattoo
on a typewriter and whimpered
to heiself "1 am glad that's
done." You look at the sheet
of papr she holds in her hand
which was headed "Crop Con
ditions on April 1, 1903" It
is a bewildering maze of figures
and names of states. Upon
a closer view you una that it is
the concentrated information
gathered by tuousanus o! cor
respondents in every state am)
uoarly every county 111 the
United States. This, informa
tion has readied ' Washing. on
by mail and wire, in multitudi
nous letters and reports showing
the conditions of everj crop
grown on the nearly sixty mil.
lions of farms in the United
States on April 1, 1904 and this
was but April 10. You look
again and read tho first para
graph as follows:
The monthly leport of ihr
Chief of the Bureau of S aiisiice
of the Department of Agricul
ture shows the average condi
tion of winter wheut on Apri
1 to have heen 76.5 per cent
against 97.3 per cent . on April
1, 1903, 78.7 at corresponding;
date in 1002 and 84.1 the mean'
of April averages of the last teu
The tickets are all complete
except the nominee on the dsm
ocratio ticket for representative,
which vacancy will be filled by
the county central committee.
The action ot the city council
in assisting the fountain fund
is heartiiy commended by all
lhe order for the fountaiu will
be placed in a few days.
Mr. John H. Oullotn, Editor of the
Uarluud, Texas, News, has written a
factures congratulations to 1 10 auanu
leltet of of Chamberlain's Cougtj
Remedy, as follows : "Sixteen yean
ago when our first obild was
a baby be was subjeot to croupy
spells and. we wi uld be very uneasy
aoout him. We began using Cham'
berlain'a Uougb Remedy in 1887, and
finding it suoh a reliable remedy for
oolde and oroup, we have, never been
without it in the house since tbat
time. We have five children and
bats given it to all of them with
good results." For Sale by all drug
La Grande School
Opposite Sonimer bouse.
On of the beet musical institutions
in the state. Pour rocnis used for
musical instruction, 15 guides ot
mueio tbUglit. Department 1, 2 rooms
used fur (he 3 Hist grsdea. Culldreii
at the age of 6 and elder como one
hour every day. Drpsuuent 2, 2
rooms for grades 4 to 16 (or pupil ol
all ages. Trie latest course best pmc
linal musical instruction. Musical
oonteats for medals every few wci Its.
E. Porter Day, Principal.
Mrs. Day, Assistant
Tha our plant has heen under the same
I near'y TEN YEARS j
Tl.iii d iring tliis t;me our aim lias ber-i; tc please as J
-J near y all, at all time, as good work and courUons treai. J
Tl.at we will do our best to olease you if vou will f 'V i J
J us wi'li you- patronage ' J
Tl.a! l'a k gos left at Audi r-nn & Myers or Kirtlry'g
barber shor, will recoive tl e name prompt attention (hat J
they W'.iiid if left at Hie laundry. J
I A B C LAUNDRY j
. PHONE j i85i J
Js rulled with the idea of pleasing every dealer's high
class trade-customers who appreciate quality. The
name of the Pioneer Flouring Mill Co. guarantees re
liability and highest grade iu every sack of flour
bearing the White Rose brand.
P;orfeer Flouring Mill Co. S
Farmers' and Traders'
LAGRANDE, ' OREGON
Capital Stock fully paid . $ 60,000
Surplus fund ... 13.000
- Liability of Shareholders . 60,000
Responsibility . . . 133,000
We do a general banking and exchange business.
Drafts bought and sold on eartern and foreign banks.
JOSEPH PALMER, President
J. W. SCRIBER, Cashier
Poiu oi a kind is :i m,: jrc:t l,niul
at rnr.ia. But nt ill'- hiM h-rs t'B iritj
kin.t 111 at rntMH, not tho mr. Wt- kt-cp
hi ly one kind nif-nt, tin- ki:,.l tlmi'a
i'rusli, l-ertltt-y. tt'iiuer tin 1 rryy,
liuy your ett'olTj ut i fhc,- Ii -rf, lit d
tiiey'll nUv.iya lm rilit. (hit sUvk jg
wt'll-fnil and p'Op- rly niiul for. C'oti'S.
jtiLMiily our ii:,'Jit litis a lU'iicioua tlrtvyr.
Sock &. Thomas
TU FAMOUS LITTLE nLLS.
For cutck relief from EIUouanBsa.
Sick Headaha, Torpii Liv.-;r, Jaun- f-j
dice, Dizziness, and all ltoi:l:l-.3 arts
lug from an Inactive or sluggish liver,
DcWItt's Little Early Risers are un
equalled. Thoy act promptly and nisver gripe.
They are so dainty that 1 1 Is a pleasure
to lake them. One to two act as a
mild laxative; twp or four aot as a
pleasant and effective cathartlo. They
are purely vegetable and absolutely
harmless. They tonlo the liver.
rSBMRID ONLY SV
K. C. DaWltt ae Co., CHUaaf n
For Sale by all Druggiets
I would like all my oK triciid- nnil
custon ers to know ilmt I have rent
ed a iiortion of A. J, Wnldj.s feed
LIVERY PUJCPOSES '
and will be found H ere for business
with flret-i'laPH liuenml good arcomo
dations, I ill nlso board horses liy
lhe month. UoiFes buughr, sold
G. W. ALLEN
DO YOU WANT A
CHOICE TIMBEk CLAIM?
La Grande, Oregon.
O induced by flsters of 8t. Franil
Select boarding and dsy snbool for
AcJemio, Preparatory and Kined
garten courses are oouduoted on lb
same principles as those pursued in
our schools of Philadelphia.
Mumc and painting reoiva epocla
Lottcrs ol inquiry directed to "
e r-nn Inrate you u some fine
claitiis iu Wnllrwa Cminty
VA In th Vv e.
M'Daniel &, M'Donald
WALLOWA, - OREGON
4 famous remedy
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A Two Light Electrolier
Empire style complete with etched glass
shades and all attachments put up it
yi ar residence for $5.00
See samples in our window.
. La Grande Light & Power Co
A to v i: w
' 'f j ; ' t-. rr-stivta i
I -A I
L suprdics the natural
I' Juices of d!reafo.is:-.i
hi dor,a lht , tJ k nf ts
nervous tcrUvn, whtla
tl anrf rr.Mr,.-. , .L.
li organ are a.locd to
101 ana neai. it curss
g Indijestion. flatulence.
pa.pilailon ol the hsart.
nervous dyspepsia and
ail stcmach troubles by
cleans' na purlfvlr.j and
strcnythenlhj tho glands,
- v. uio uorn-
sca and digeiuve organs.
BstOM Mr. JI .OO Site keMh. stf IBM
U trial mm. rial JEKSloL ,
For Sale by all Druggists
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