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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1904)
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: H b near the time for spraying your orchard, and to do
good work you will need a fint class sprayer. I ..have .
nlc line of these goods from a bucket sprayer to the
large size that handle four rows at a time, having sixty
pound pressure guages and two nozzles.
Call and examine them.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY
Shovels, Spades, Hardware
The Dry Land
Alfalfa grows without irri-
Red Clover, Alfa.fa and all kinds of
-' Garden Seed in bulk
Seed Wheat, Baled
Bariev. Oats, Etc.'
The only Seed House
i Phone 1571
If Sold At Once.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams
IUmnbtf"w atUI bay ud mU all) kind
s Second Hud GoodM J J
PAN AN A HATS
OK3 Ob: HI! JL-U)JU M m
I TAILOR AND CENTS FURNISHINGS.
GOOD FOR THE GOVERNOR.
Concerning People-Who Come!
: 'ff. "And go &nd. Other Items";
". " of Local Interest. ; -
Ex county Judge Frank Wilson m
a La Grande visitor Sunday. ...
Mr D C Fisher one of ibe prominent
residents of the Cove iuU Grande
visitor. ' t . -i.-iu . ...
Mr Weaver, the Cove grocer' wis
iug business here today.
Mr Disbmao prominent citizen of
fclgln came up last evening. - '
: J W SeriUr, la In Portland end . ia
not expected to return before Wednea
day. . -.-.t-.-i
. Hon Q W Webb is over from Pend
lelon visiting bis daughter Mrs Jaeptr
Stevens. He . will ' remain . seven i
weeks. ':."'. a-;. ; ; ( ,
Tlie many friends ol Mrs F 8 t ran
well will be pleased to know that she
is now "rapidly recovering from ber
severe illness. ."' ' "
The ladlcrof the High Five Club
will bd entertained . Thursday after
noon by Mrs Bohnenkamp and Mrs
Tom Ormond at tbe formers home.
Mrs Robert Smith, president of the
Ls Qranne National Bank of tble , oity
arrived in the city this morning from
Portland for a few dave busineas trip.
Accorulng to tbe report of the mer
chants Saturday was tbe business day
of the. season. There seemed to be
more formers in the city than neual.
This may in a way account for it
Mrs J C.Henry has returned from
Arizona and California where she has
been for tbe last six months. Mire
Bessie remained in Portland to visit
friends for a few days and will be home
next week. - '
The Lyle Musicle met this afteenoon
In the usual place and sfter listing to
a very interesting musical program
proceeded to elect officers for. the in
aueing year. , We will publish a full
report of tbe Musicle and election to
, Mayor t oley baa Issued a call for a
mass meeting of our citizens to on held
on Thursday evening. Come out and
let us prepare for a grand celebration
It has been so long since we celebrated
that many people in the city and county
might entertain tne Idea that we have
A B Gallows), Blake MuFall's np to
date representative in the Inland Im
pire, was a La Grande visitor yester
day. He reports paper business irood,
so good in fact that be ls thinking of
aBking his house to furniBh him pri
vate secretary to assist him writing up
Gladys tbe little daoghler of Wro
Miller.who was taken down with diph
thvila several days ago 1b doing nicely
and the atteooini uhyncian Dr Molitor
states the quarintine will be rsiseJ with
in a few days. This is tbe only case In
the city and the only quarintine case of
The Ladies of the Presbyterian
Church will Rive an ice cream and
strawberry festival at the home of Mrs
E M Anson on Friday evening of this
week. Good music and amusements
will be furnished throughout the even
iug. Every body iB most cordially
invited and urged to attend.
0 RalBton and 1 W White have shown
their progrcsslvness by having juat in
stalled in their stores an automatic
scale thelatost production of the famous
Dayton Scule Co of Ohio. The machine
weighs and figureB values uutomatically
Tbls cer talnly makes it wonderful and
besides it does away with all . errors
in weight aud calculation quite com.
mon in Business.
One of the events of the week will be
the oratorical contest in the opera 'douse
Saturday evening and tho field sports
which will take place at the fair ground
Saturday afternoon. The contestants
will roprosent the High schools of Pend
loton, Baker Cityk Union and La
Grande, Tbe La tlrando school is
busy at the present time making arraug.
ments to entertain their visitors and
at the same time keep as many oi tbe
medals at home, providing they can do
so by merit.
Fresh Bon Bona
Fresh Salted Peanuts
n Fresh Salted Alroouds
You May Not Know It
But it is the fact that there is lots
ol money spent in s foolish mannei
by people who do not know better
and do oot lake time to find out. A
or.al manv people who have not
more money than they know what to
do with, have found to their satisfac
tion that they oan and do aave from
10 to 25 oonts on the dollar by trading
at the RAINBOW STORE.
We have a new and complete line
of shoes (Sell 8chwab Co) every
natr guarnteed. Theswellest line
millinery in town at tbe lowest rices,
enring and summer dress goods of all
kinds, ribbons, laces, banderohlefs,
extra fine line of dress trimmings,
T.trilA. and mens under ware, mens
shirts of all kinds, socks, suspender
eta have just received a nioe line
ribbon and lace romuants, you
save lots ol money on them and get
a fine selection. Our jewelry Is gow-
ini at 60 oents on the dollar if you
are sowing to need a watch, dock
rings, pins, broaches or any thing in
the line of jewolry. Expert jeweler
in oharge who guarantees all work.
Oall and see ui.
Governor Chamberlain on
May 21 issued , a proclamation
offering a reward ot 12,600 for
tho arest and conviction, or for)
information leading lo the arrest
and conviction of the murderer
or murderers ot J: C. Conn, who
was killed in Luke County on
March 4 last. ., ,., i , , .,
At the same time he offered a
re ward f $300 for the arrest and
conviction of . each aud every
one of tbe men who destroyed
or participated in the destruction
of 2,600 sheep in l.-ke Count)
in April of this year.
In sending out bis proclaraa
tion to ' the county" official Iip
also wrote a letter to each urging
them to use energetically evert
power wliiclt the law gives the r
to apprehend and briny; tn
i8tice tbe wrong-doers.
, .The Governor is right in using
every power which the Statutes
and constitution of Oregon gives
bira to stamp out the disgrace
ful war range the t ia raging in
South Eastern Oregon in viola
tion of : law,' decency and
humanity. : !!.';".' ' : ' ' .. f:
The constitution . of Oregon
not only gives tbe Qovernor
ample power to suppress the law
b.eakiug now goiog on , in the
bunch grass regions, but it must
emphatically declares that be
shall use it when occasion
demands. Section . nine of
article five of the Oregon consti
tution reads:: ""
"The Governor ' shall be
commander in chief of the
military and naval forces of this
state, and may call . out such
forces to execute tbe. laws."
Section ten of tbe same article lo
further provide against lawless
ness reads: "He (The Governor)
shall take eare that the laws be
The outrages upon persons aid.
property that have been perpe
trated during this range War,
unpunished aud without any
apparent effort toward punish
ment, for the putt two years
have disgraced the whole state
and the Observer is glad that the
Governor has reHolved to put a
stop to sunh lawlessness. The
Observer contidentally hopes the
Governor will persue the course
he has so nobly begun with tbe
sincerity of a Washington, tho
iron will of a Jaokson, the
unfaltering firmness of a
Lincoln and the tireless energy
and enthusiasm of a Roosevelt,
until the foul stain upon the
escutchen of our state, caused by
the heretofore unpunished
outrage perpetrated over a wide
expanse of our area, be wiped
out, aud Oregon, au stand erect,
look the world in the face, and
unblushing declare that it ia a
land of freedom, wherein all
rights are protected, all laws
enforced, and all vilators of
law are punished.
E.VOI.F8 I -a Grand. Airie w P O E nieeU
evvry Kriday nit-ht 111 K of f ball at 6 p UI.
Visiting t-reltaern invited lo attend,
C C Hwkwcll, VI i: AN M.yville, W See.
POKKHTKKH OV AMKKICA-Oour! Maid
Marion, No ! nmu eaih Tnnrtny In Elk't
ball. llnlbm are Invited toalleiid.
Al Heltierile! Banger,
CJ Vftndtrpcol, keekec.
I OO K 1. Grande Lo is', No 16 meet. In
their halt every Su'urday Light Vlatling ml.
ben cordially iuvitcd to attend. ....
CJ VnderKioi; N Q. '
I It Snook. Hoc. ,
Car load or sack; Roll
ed or chopped. Bar
ley the same. ' Wild,
And Grain Hay d
i Attractive Surroundings .
' Add to" the enjoyment of eating.
Our restaurant is run on this princi
ple and our tubles. uot to Bpeak ot our
employees, are always attractive to
the eye. Snowy linen, shining silver
and glittering glass 'ate make an ap
petizing piepaiatlon tor tne good ioou
we serve. And more is
I No Disappointment
when it is placed before you, perfectly
oooked and in generous proportions.
How we manage to serve such meals
a such modest piices is a mystery to
every housekeeper in town.
J. A. AKBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN.DAY AND NIGHT
We tell weekly Meal ,
Our prices always the lowest; find out.' Do not
forget that we handle coal and wood.
GRANDE RONDE CASH COMPANY.
rree delivery rnonemamisui . Wholesale and Ketail
t re eseettial
lo the making
of good shoes.
in the J. E.
sewed shoes .
The county seat question is
being discussed in all portions
of the county and the more
interest there is taken reveals
the fact that the majority of the
people realize that under the
present conditions, they will get
a court house free for a term- of
fifteen years and that the expense
of removing the records will not
cost the tax payers anything and
that La Grande is the proper
place, the most economical point
in the county to do county
This well known Cafe is
now under new manage
ment aud the public is as
sured full value for their
Special prices to holders
of meal tickets.
. In order to give the pub
lie an opportunity to know
just what a good place we
have, wo have reduced the
price cf meal tickets from
$5 to 4 50. This is a spot
Try our Sunday Chicken
J. F. Johnson
Depot St. La Grande.Or .
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How Can I Cure My t , h t
THIS IS A QUESTION THAT HAS BEEN -ASKED
TIME AND AGAIN BY HUNDREDS
yes, thousands and tens of thousands of people :
There is but one way todo this; namely, relieve
the Stomach of its nervous strain rest it; and -at
the same time Astist tLe Stomach and Diges
tive Orgaus in Digesting and Assimulatiug
. Sufficient Food to Kobuild the Tissues Support
ing the Organs Iuvoleed. There is but one
remedy that will do this, and that remedy is
KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. If ybu want to
know more about Kudo!, come iu and
WE WILL TELL
., Prescription Druggist La Grande, Ore
, r 4 4 4
I Ladies' Tailored Suits
at less than Manufacturer's Prices.
Coming Eve its
May 24-27 Oregon State Grange,
May 21 Union County Pioneer.
May 27-28 Association, La Urande.
June 6 General electiou in Oregon.
Juno 15-16 17 Oregon encamp
ment Q. A. R., Hood Kiver.
June 22 Tliirty-accond annual re
union Oregon Pioneers, Portland.
June 23-24-25 Ndtthwesl Sports
men's 'ournament, Pendleton .
August 22-27 American Mining
Congress, Portland. .
Contractor Mars la adding several
teams to Ills list of rock haulers every
day. He is Betting Ills quary opened
tin in Bood shape vnd there will soon be
line ul teams from the quary to the
uny uiu oik. j-
Second Hand :
Cook stove & ranges 13.75 to t20 00
Kitchen trousuros 1 50 to 2 50
chairs, all kinds, 10c to 3 00
cupboards and safos, 1 50 to i 00
Dairy churns, 2 50 to i 00
white Lilly Imperial washing ma
chines, - 0 50
Lounges, Sotteos, & sofa beds at
150 to 7 50
2 eloctrio chuudiliers at 2 50 & 3 50
I have a large stock of assorted
furniture, dressers, commodes,'
wood and iron beds, parlor suits,
springs, mattresses, feather pll
Now tinware, granite, lumps and
glassware, crockery, broouis, whips
in fact every new artiule tn the
we are selling out at wholesale cost
We have left of our Spring stock
in this line some FIFTEEN SUITS and
in otder to make a complete clean-up
have d'.cidcd to offer these at sacrifice
Block Etamine sitic, Eton Jnokel
trimmed with black silk around
nei k and down front, stole effect.
Three narrow silk bands down front
nd back K-gtilar price 12.50 sale
pi ice 10 00
Cissimero suit, Eton or Norfolk
Jncket wiih cape, military ettVot,
blij.i and grav m'Xfd Neat looking
nod sirviraldfl & gular pries 12 50
ale price 10 00
Nnvjltv suit. Eton Junket, of
light grey suiting piped with Royal
blue Hit'ill hrttsa niHons on annul- '
dt:is, rout, mid elefves ki.-t trim
med some. Ri gular 12.50 sale fit
Finer and more el tporately trimniett suits in Novelties, Cheviots,
$15 suits $12. $16 50 suits $11 20. $17 5l! t.i:s $14. $21 Miits $19.80
Large lice ol ladies' Bummer skirts jnnt rtceived. Crah
linen, Duok, Voile, Novelty, eto. . Prices $1.06 to $5.00. .
Golden Rule Comp y
imo lOIA IIO ArtAKJIC A1IC11IIC
IOUO lOIU-IOli HUAIIIJAVLIUC
F D Haisten,
At C it M Noble's old stand
1415 Adams Ave.
E. G. FOWLEN,
TRANSFER AND DELIVERY
Wood, Clear Creek and
Castle Gate Coal
Phone No 1611
A.U phono orders sivi i
Our prompt Attention.
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