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We will call for it and bring it liS
home when promised. i-S 5
v W (tuutM aatlsfaction and only nek for'a d
trial ordar to damonatrata to you that we un- o
daraUtt the laundry bualnesi. .Yon can stop ' jj
- anr wagon at any time or phone the Laundry . -f $
and your work will b called for at once. " We 5
make apaeialty of family washing, and can d
da yor washing better and cheaper than 4 B
yon. A trial order olioited. .A f
Car load or sack; Roll
ed or chopped. Bar-
lev the same. Wild,
And Q ral n
XI moth v.
. .Our priees alwaya the lowest; find out.
forgot that we handle coal and wood.
-Try the Observer
TO THE PRISON PAY N 4 KHNT 1
Ma ;; i ;
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742 FIR 8TEEET.
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1801 Wholesale and Retail
for Job VVork-
Do yon always intend to toil for your landlords?
It you have ambitions lo own your own home, what
we have to say in this advertisement will command
your attention. t '. ''
We are placing Home Investment Addition on
the maiket. Each lot is about ohe acre in size and
eaoh lot has a water right in one of the very best
Water Ditches in this valley. --"" -
: The aoil is the very best, and every let is level.
Home Investment Addition is only ten minutes walk
from the depot. You can buy these lots , on the in
aiallment plan, making a small payment down and
$5 00 a month until paid for. When paid for you get
a good warranty deed and an abstract of title.
You will want to see this property and we want
to ahow it to you. We can build you a house, and let
yon pay tor the property Just like you were paying
a Grande Evening Observer
vvaaai onuo,, catton arrops.
nUwd t - the Foat Office at La
Grande,, Oregon, M ' Beoond Claaa
Hat) Matter, i h
' Published daily except Sunday
One year in advanoe. .96 50
Kx-montbrvin-.advance. .. .3 SO
Per month. ; 65c
Sinftle copy . . r. . 6c
TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 31 1904
..T State , .
Supreme judge, F A Moore ' : '
, Food- and Dairy Commluloner,
JW Bailey '.
Presidential Electors, James A Fee,
J N Hart, G B DemlcK. A C Hough
; Second District. ..
CongressmanJ N Williamson. '
Union and Wallowa.
Joint Senator Peter McDonald.
Joint Representative J H Dobbin
v Eighth Judicial District.
Prosecuting Att'y. Leroy Lomax
; i Union County. , ;
Representative NO McLeod. -Clerk
Jai B Gllham
Bherff-J W Wadon.
Asseaaor Ben Brown. : ''.
Beoorder D H Prootor
Treaanrer John Frswley'
Commissioner J M Selders
School Supt. R A Wilkerson --
Surveyor IB Berry ,"
Coroner J 0 Henry.
: - La Grande Precinct
Justice Peace J E Hough ' ' '
Constable J W Fraser ' i;v
JTail to see the hew line of
(2.50 and $3X0 patern hats at
Mrs. J. R. Forresta.
,; If the county seat is moved to
La Grande the county will not
be compelled to hunt the town
over for jury rooms, out sidg of
the building. That ' will . be
. When the county ' seat " is
located at La Grande it will bot
only be a pleasure to do business
with the officials but .il will also
be a pleasure for the offioixis t
do business in any up todate a d
commodious quarter, for Uiey
can do so much , more : of it.
Officials do not like to be
compelled to employ any larger
force than is absolutely neceSa:y
to do the work, but the woik
must be kept up.
Mr. farmer, during your busy
time of the year when you have
several teams at work, suppose
you had several neighbors that
weuld eall three or tour times a
day and stop, your entire force
al the way from ten minutes to
an half an hour at each visit.
Would you stand for it? Well
hardly. Still when j it comes to
' the transaction of your county
business, you are paying for
just snch service. Not because
your officials. a,re at fault but
because youdo not proviaTe them
with offices that make impossible
to do otherwise. Every man
who has had occasion to visit
eitbei the clerks " or sheriffs
office in this county during the
past ten years well knows that
under . present conditions ; be
cannot visit either of these
important offices without dis
turbing the entire clerical
force. They can't help it. No
matter how busy they are. They
are provided with only one room
each and a small one at that.
This will all be changed if the
county seat is moved ' to La
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
would cough nearly all night long."
write- VAflhaasjpIegate, oi Alex-
Bleep,,,,,' . 'oiI won
Ifr Ik '""""Pit bloorl K. ag
tt''not lr ... fai,ed, three II nn
all oi ' r' K1ng8 New ni? 00
7". if, -l , . gained 681
"?'e toughs, Cow. eaarante
B6 Price 80o "T" inngl
M Un niT-
24 tumo,"88''' Pile.
aen' Arm 0e faild
You arc ex-
ed to Attend.
f Ne I
in Ui '
I we an I
union, Pa May 30 Stnpuen
ierty, aged 26, tnis morniDg in a
insanity, attaoked his family
an axe, fracturing the skulls oi
later, Bridget, aged 23, and his
er, aged 14, obopped the collar
in two of biB sisters, Winifred
Dnlted 8t ntB Ijnnd office,
1 Graiuio, Oregon May 18, IDOj.
A fmirtclent covitest nfTldavtt li;iviuo- ,0,.n
filed In thiaofffeo liy Krotl K Huiltke, cutitei.
taut, ayniimt Hi ine'tentl entry No D-tt. ina(l(
Jan VrilWI. for V, V?4 Hcc 0nl rtsffV hw
23Tp4S, HEW M t.y Kmery K AlnwH, Cun.
tcBte, in Which it is allORctl 1 tut B.itl Emory K
Jonoa has wholly abnndoiH'd anid homcstoml
entry for more thnn niontlm lant pint nnd
further that he tut nevir extahlinliud nsi.iinre
on raid tract or made any iimlmve
imnts at any time; mul tlmt nutd
leed alisence frorn tnid lanJ was not due to
his employment in Uo Army, Navy or Murine
Corp of the UnltwJ Stnten an a private soIiIIlt,
mman or marine, cliirlnx the war with Huairj
or during auy other war In which the United
State nuy bo engaged. Paid part ten are lierchy
notlffd to anpeir, respond and nffvr evidence
touching aairl altr nation at o'clock a. 111. on
June 4, IUO4 beforu the lleglatcr mid Receiver at
the ITuued tttatua Laud office In La Urandu,
Tula aid contestant having in a proixr affi
davit, filed MaV bth. llV.i. net forth fnrtu nh.-t.
how that after due diligence poronul Hervice of
of this notice can not bo made; it Is hereby or
der d and directed that inch notice be given by
due and proper publication.
K. W. Havia !Uiter.
A. A. KobvrU Receiver.
J. T. Will lam ton Attorney and aeui for
Par f,lek relief (rem Bllleusnaaa,
Slok Haadtche, Torpid Uver, Jaua
dlo. DUtlnan. and all troubles arla
Ing Irem an Inaetlve or slurglih Mver,
D Witt's Ultla Early RlMrs are aa
They aot promptly and narar frlpa.
They ara so dalmy that 1 1 Is a pleasure
to take taam. One to two aot as a
nils kiattve; two or four aot aa a
aloaaanl and ellactlTeeathartlo. They
ara purely vegetable and abeohitel
They toolo the llvar.
petMtiD onr r
B. O. BoWin Si Co. CBklaaatn
iE a HE A.DQUA.RTERS
-rrJ For Kodak and Kodak Supplies
A complete stuck of profefsinnal pappr. Plates at wholesale prices Mailorders
I.a (".randc Diup Co. and Red Cross Drug Go
- WALL PAPER
t If y.iu are Ihink'ng of papering, this sm t-on, . y.u
should not fail to iufpe.-t our stock. We have sold
wa 1 paper a good many years, but we can honestly
say we have never been able to offer such truly artistic
designs at such an extremely low price as we are now
; ,We have a force of experienced paper hangers and
decorators and guarantee satisfaction. Call and see
onr new arrivals. New pap'er arriving every week.
j Paints, Oils, Glass, Lime,
, , , Doors and Sash
0. F. COOUDGE
Adams Avenue. LA GRANDE, OREGON
j We Do Not Claim
SThat wo can please all tfjthe people all of tho'tiice 'but
j WE DO' CLAIM.
''DRt 0UT plant has been undeithe saine :mangerneut for
nearly TEN YEARS;
, That during this time our aim has been to please as
nearly all, at all times as good work and courteous treat
That we will do our best to
us with your patronage
.That Paokages left at Anderson & Myers or Kirtley's
barber' shops will receive the
;hey would if leftat the laundry.
ohiuU, If '- . ,
Lounges, & t armers
. 1 . AlFiririnpil Kank-.
' ; Capital Stock fully paid - . 60,000
Surplus fund - - 13.000
Liability of Shareholders - 60,000
y'""' Responsibility - ... 133,000 :
We do a general banking and exchange business.''
Drafts bought and sold on eartern and foreign bnnks.
JOSEPH PALMER, President
J. W. SCRIB'ER, Cashier'
The World's Fair Route
Those anticinHting an EnBtern trip, or
a viait tuthe Louisiana PurclmBtt expo
sition nt St. Iuis, cannot a I lord to
overlook the advantages ofl'ered by . the
MissocHi Pacific Railway, which, on
atH-ount of iu various routes and gated
ways, has be.n appropriately names
'The World's r'aiifKoute."
Paa-engere from the JSorthwpet take
the MisMDRi'pAciFic trains Irom Den
ver or Pueblo with the choice of either
going direct through the Kansas City,
via Wichita, tort Scott and Fleosant
Two trains dailv from Denver and
Puchlo to St. lx)uis without change.
carrying all cIhsscb oi modern equip-
ment, including electric lighted obser
vation parlor cafe dining cars. Ten
daily trains between Kansas City and
Write, or call on W. O. McBrlde,
General Agent, 124 Third st, Portlend
for detailed inlormation and illustrated
please you if you will favor
same prompt attention that
and Traders' D
Of SP.CES. r
AbiolurePurily, finest Flavor.
Qreatcil Sm. Psasowblt Price
My Lady's Jewels !
-Certainly add to her attractiveness.
The poet who wro'e that "Heanjy un
adorned If adorned the no?t" pn.babl)
i ad no dollars. He l ertninlv slioweil
little sense. And it bis ludy love had
.een my uispny oi
She would not have believed M
Fur a w man naturally loves to adorn
herself. No one e n blame her iflcr
they visit my store. Such beautiful
'liinjra at so moderate a cost were never
wen lielure. There are tbinm for men
too. Jnet come in and see how much
mora 1 could have aaid about them.
Sicker ? wing mach.ne"
fur good driving hnrsfs.
" 'Machines aolil upon easy
terms. Repairs for all kinns
A. H. STONE.
Office in Jus. R. Smith's
La Grande . School
- -;" Music s '
Opposite f$niiiiTM'r bonBe.
One of the beat mueioal institution!
ia the state. F inr roonia used lor
muaical inaltdctioo, 15 giades of
music tuugl't; Department 1, 2 rooms
tup 1 for rhe Sfirat grades. Children
at. tli( a)e "I B and older come one
hour every day. Department 2, 2
roomB for grades 4 to 15 for pupils tfr
.11 ttfn The latest courae best prao-
tical muaical inatrnction. Musical
oonteita for mtdal. eveiv few wetks.
E. Porter Day, Prinipal.
Mrs. Day, Assistant
. Four oi a kind is a prett? good htmd,
t cards. But at the butcher's its the
kind that counts, not the four. We keep
only one kind of ment, the kind that'l
fresh, healthy, tender and uicy.
.Buy ynur stenkd an! chop. hrw, and
tiently our meut lias a dt'liuiouH flavor.
Bock & Thomas
DrWItl It th. rtvn. to kx im-mhtm
mi to to buf Wltck Haul S.Io. 9T
D.WItt'i Wltck Hii.1 BAln Is the
orlrln,! sad oaHr csmdM. la feel
DitWlll tlu onlr WOek Hinl Sahre
that Is aiada tnm Ik. aMauKuaud
AD others otwnterfalta base trnl
StrJona, cheap and worthloaa eYea
anteroas. DeWttfs Wftch Hazel Ear?
la s specific for Pi las; Blind, Bleedlnf,
iKRinf ami rromidinf riiea. Aitouuta.
Burnt, Brulsa, Spralna, Lacarationa.
Contualoni. Bolls. Carbunelaa. Ecuma. .
f attur, Salt Rheum, and all otfaar Skla
- ' - - pmaraBD r
E.C. DeWitt 4 Co.,Chict
For Sib by all D;uggists
In the sky cornea
the star 01 heaitn
to the weak and
does for the stom
ach that which It
la unable to do for
Itself, even If but
cur ins; all
supplies the natural
lulcoa of dlrestlon and
does the work of the
stomach, relailne the I
nervous tension, while I
the Inflsmed muscla.i 1
and membranes of that
organ era allowed lo
rest and heal. II cures
palpitation of the heart.
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach trouble tv
clean nr, purifying and !
etrengthsnlng the glands. I
membranes of the atom-'
acb and digestive organs.
J. H. Fcarc, the Jeweler
aaar. 1 1 rto th. -- u
la. Mai stot. wtM aSsltr Ma.
Sold By All Druggists
sal as L LW
Fo ' j all Droggi'lf