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Having purchased the-undertxhinlQodsof E.
Andross & Co. at an earlii date we expect to find
suitable quarters and will open the most complete .
and up lo-date Undertaking. Parlon linjEpstern,
n-oftr,n Trt tha. mjtn nfi.ntM uta nr rtrfi.7lflfp.il t.n
render the bestl'po'ssible.
at the Andross fJo.s f
we have naa many years experience' m mis
business and Jcnow that thepuplip will appreciate
the establishment that we will imaintam. j ,j ?
Our prices -will bd-reasonableUanilouji sock
complete. All calls will receive prompt attention
GIFFTN & HOGAN.
For the present p.wniGC.i,IiPn
A Store With
A Record -
oasiness oas taeroasea rxv.iiiJiAKu 19 pjer , wrpa , ,
iw hnainAia hai Tfladaa tfreatietaal ur riDid,,i increase t
than the Jtowtf has. 'There ar
all of whichyou. Will perceive if ywl begin-bujin irng r.
store goods o! ua.1" In the" first place w had tberough a
training (pharuiacy, 'Ii $h swcoiid place we had ex-k ;
0epUonaJ.9ppoVtwitijits'jro If arninj; the practical 1 si le of
fibarmacyiin ajsucesH.faJ.drgre 'of he highest etud- J
ng. (.1 mavihifijUvtif f MY,9 .sjepnr eyes a 'yen end ) 1
attended to buaiaeas until we knotf the decaan ( of th '
people of tbis town.
1 AV'U ivi tflt
16 SECOND HAND
Some are bat
Thte fina ooal.harBera at a barrain.
FineGoitardaew,(O0lirr , t .fwifWP;
Eight Winchester rifles , 12 50 V I 0JQr.,
Iron'Iea ; . . . ... 1.01 to 12.50 t
New Chairs: 8 j - -. . . .60;
New Chiffonief, -Xi
New baby buggy ad child
: H. B. HAISTEN,
Wt cirry Stove Repairs.
eaaeeseesssetessmssa atsteteassnssstssats e??ary an( ven w ere not no
I NoUryPablia r sarauce ( 11 wfie; that
J AlOOvy 10 LOUrl . - . J labor., jnorder to secure the
Representing the Equitable
Jana, ur.ina sirengeii, ftaiesi, ma
ttioa dn te Pasfio toast, ' aider Stite
Loans made short or long time to suit
wut pwiTi V. WJ
Oaa. Putin PraMtat 4. M. Berry, J. If. Ohuuh
J. M. Bnar Vke Praddsat ,t- A. B. CamUj, ao I. Ctoa
j.M.0wn.,'. IjDjishlar l ii,9m.?iT
f.L.MrxasaB4OML01aaTar Aaat.Oaahiare '
La GrA!! N ATXQN Alfi;
TraasMts a ceaaral baaklnf baataeaa. BayiaatlcaUs axakaafa aa
"t ajlwtacf the world. OollaatiotuiaapaalaltrM a i j ,v'(
v .iBlIf -
P f'U City, Ongpn fty;- jui
" eierabtlRgBHIBB and W)LANDCxtlAJ '
'".swihe; v v;;;c" : - " "v'
OWaiew hav eight young bucks, pwwCoto- .
void end ahropshires, Narjer service, anyone seed.
, ing choice backs, should see thes$ t iappTeciatihem
Young stock alwaye on hanji, :nL always gla) to
i?a yon call end see our hosa; as rbresd themfor
the Farmer, and ask you to compare oar paicea before
toyln some where else;" . ,,,:."-VV.V . . ..." ':
service; and will be found
urniture More. s v ; , j I
We have been dong busi
ness in this town for 5 ears
la that time the town has
... AJln population, . w
Dariuf Ihft.sme cti mo . Our '
- : . J. I'l l ' '
bed at wholesale east.
F. D. HAISTEN,
Savings A LoanAsso-
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R SEVELT ON UBOR
The following is what Presi
dent Roosevelt ' had to'eaV in
probleni ' in his ias
regard to labor the
rprpblem is- no " less important;
dui it is simpler, as ( ioog as
the states rettdn.: the ; primary
control of the - police power the
circumstanoes mast be altogeth
er extreme which' 'reqaire thd
interference 01. ipe ieaerai aa
thoritisa, whether in the" way' of
Safe guarding; the. rights p.f labor
or in the' way of seeing that
.wrong is not done by unruly
behind the name of labor,
jll there is resistance to the
federal courts,. Interference with
the 'mails or interstate , com
merce, pr molestation of federal
property, or if the state author
ities in some crisis which they
are unable to face call for helpj
then' ,the j. federal ' goyernment
may interfere; but though, such
interference may be'eautea by k
cooditiea of affairs arising oat
I of trouble conneated 'with some
quesuoa 01 iaaor, ,tne, jnierj
ence itself simply takes the form
iiij'MinrmB nrn , irnnnm. iv.
tbe'b gneslipps; '$hi$x
have caused the . breach .of .or
der for to keep order is a - pri-
mary auiy ana in a ume 01 ais-
order and violence alPother
questions sink;i Into'aVeyance
until ordtr! has been .restored,, 1 0,
In the District - of Oolu mbi a
and in the territories the fe'deral
' ttVe r.entir field of
government; but the labor ques
tion is only acute in populous
centers of commerce! ' m'anufac-
f.ures, or mining, iftevertneiess,
both in the enactment and in
the enforcement of law tbe fed
eral government within its re
stricted sphere should 8etan ex
ample tp tbe state governments,
especially in matter' so vital
as this affectinc ' labor. I be-
fieve lhat under modero inctus-
trial conditions it is often neo-
tig itijof .the individual wage
' All encouragement should' be
given to any such' organisation;
so long as it is conducted with a
dua,nd decent regard for the
rights of others . There are in
this country some labor anions
which ..liave liabi,tually , and
other labor unions: which vhave
often, been among the most ef-
geod citizenship and for uphft
iug the CQDdition of those whcjse
welfare should be closest to our
hearts. Bui whjjaninpro-
er enas, or seeas to acnieve
propef endsly improper means
angjil'o. itlzens.iod mbre es
pecially vall honorable public
servants must oppose . the
wrongdoing , as. resplutely as
they would oppose the wrong-
001119 any great corporation
Of course any violence, brutaf
ity or corruption should not for
one instan be tolerated.
Wagewrkers have au entire
rh;to organire and by all
peaceful and honorable means
to endeavor to persuade their
I . !iL at !
leuowe w jom witu wiem m or-
ganiaations. They have a legal'
right, which,' according to cir
camstances, may or my not be
a moral' right, to refufce to work
incumpmy with men who re
fuse to join such orgniztiou'
They bav under no 'circumsUu
ces the right to cooimit vioence
npon Vho's-, whe'her ""capitali"
or wage workers who refuse to
support their orgmintious, or
who side with those with wbotn
they are at odds;' for mob rule is
intolerable in any form. ..... .. .
'f.The wage workers are pecul
iarly entitled to the protection
and the encouragement of the
law. From ! the very nature of
their occupation1 railroad men,
for'insta'rice; are liable' to be
jnaimed n r doing' legitimate
work ot their profession, unless
the railroad f companies are re
quired' by 1 law to make ample
provision for their'ttfetK'- The
J administration has been zealous
in euforcinsf "Ihe 1 existing flaw
for 'this 'purpose1 That 'law
snouid D0 anienaea bbu . bucu
theoed ': Wherever the nation
ail government haf jpower " there
should be a Btnngent"e'mpIoyers
liability law; which . should ap
dIv7 to the! erorerriment itself
wheiV tbe IgovSrnmenV' Is an
employer of labor V
in my mgtt r
seventh congress, ' at Us second
session, I urged the passage of
an employer's liability law for
the District'ef Columbia, I now
renew thai! recommendation,
and further recommend thatlbe
congress appoint a commission
to make a comprehensive, study
of employers liability wltli the
view of extending the pf oviriioni
of a great and constitutional law
tci' all employments within - the
scope of fed" &po Url ? K
' The go-vernmeh hlsMreVg
nized heroism upon the wa tr,
and . bestows medals "of honor
upbn' thofie persons who by ex
treme anct f he'roio" daring have
endangered their li ves iu saying
or endeavbriig i to : save lives
from-the'perila of the eed in the1
waters over wbicU'uthe1 United
1 4 ... 1
StaWS TiaS lUrisdictioa, Or UPOn
. . ..7. . 1 ' rw" .
t . ' :.V 'l 1 mi ! I
an American vessel, inis re- I
rtnl.l - Ka 1 1 avtonrtorl
0U1U' DO eXtenaea
161 Ol COnSplCUOUS
bravery and self sacrifice in the
-' 1 ' '-
saving ol life in private employ
ments' ander the jurisdiction of
the'United States,' and ' particularly-in
the land commerce of
tbe nation!" " .'
W. J. BISON ETT
Office witb J.T.Williamson. La Grande
Parties wiahlng the servleaa lof la com,
patent bookkaeper are aas ned satii-
factorr raaalta,'- 1 ' Prioes raajonabla
C. B. Cau thorn
OtTIoe Over Hill Drug Store
: - , ; La Grande, Oregoa .
Dr. F A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill's Drue Store
I La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
h i f Residence phone 701 " '
Malheur Oountr investment
For Investments In '
Write to .Kt. McDANXEL
rCt,, " Coiiegi'ate.
arftirogwiLwroi m ( oourcea,;
, Boarding school tor young men boys.
Box 34S University Park Station;
Portland , - . . Ortjon
-Notice Of Final Account
.JM9t1.ee li hereby . glTen , that the
auderslgaed, Admlnistrattix of the
esUUof WUliam 8pencer, deceased,
has flledjln tha County Court of Union
Oomnty for tha aula of Oregoa her
Inal account aa such administratrix.
aaa uiauourt has fixed Monday ,the
ltl. day ot December 1904 for hearlno-
any objeotioas to aaid .final acooont
sdlorthatlnal Battlement 1 'thereof
i svj. v0.rhh. torn
hul M Bpauoer,' Administratrix
i Aim veat
n n n n n fTQ XT a a
National Bank, ,
Capital . Stock fullypaid
Surplus fund -
; Liability of Shareholders
i Responsibility -
w An a general banking
iTrafta bought and sold on
a a 0 n a c
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1873.
,, MUT1VM-run rvMi.ii:XZZ?r.. .
,U. tt.lnd Office, tLOnnde, Of.,
Notlo U hereby given that in couipllitact
wltn the prorltiluni of tlio hvI of Congmm ol
Junes, 187U, entitled "An act for thewleoi
Umber land In tbe State ol Uuliforula, Or
ton, Mevadii, and Wtublngton Territory,'
ita extended to all the Publlo Lmad Hut tea D
act ol Aagiut 4, Unri, Herbert k Cleaver I
l al Jwell.couuly dfuiuyon, late of Idabo, bai
Uila day filed la tbl olllce bia aworn itat
mmtjio. 34, for tbe purchase ot tue
WM, awt8WHWi ndNW eE of ko
No. lj in Tuwnabip o. 4 . B No. 37 K. W.M.
And will oilur proot toabow tbat tbe Und
oua-bt U more valuable for It Umber or
atone than for , agrlcnltural purpow, and
tbllab bit claim to laid land before
tbe Uw later and Reoelver ol tola oOloe al
Lm uruade, Dregon, on Friday, tbe 6th day
of January, IWo.
uainoi aa wltnessea: WUliam H Brown
SiSK v1 iKJir '
.Ybed' land! 1 are requeatedto fll;
IYZh.ZT..,. Qum wu""a
v , ,
In tha Circuit Comt.of the SUta of Oregoa tor j
- Union County.
l c williaus, riaintia
CA8HIA A W1LLIAHS, Defendant,
' To Caasla A Wllllama, tbe above-namsd
defendant; lu the name of the titate of uregon
yoa are hereby required to appear and anawer
to. cernplaint filed againat you In the above
entitled aitit on or before the 21t day o
October. 1WH. And If you fail to o anawer, for
waul thereof, the plaintiff will take decree
wmi iwrnn, uie uuuauu win uiae oecree
against you for tbe dUnoluilon of the marrlag.
contract ex.aUng between you and tbe plaln-
till .n.l fnr maL. nil f tij.
I Thia aummona la published In the 1
I Oregon Obeerver, a weekly newauaperpn
I lu Union eounty Oregon, by order of fh.
Koht-rt Kakln, Judge of tbe Eighth J
DUir. t of the Circuit Court o the
TtSu .TmmoMii Vubiied in the rVl
tue nrat... suction tuereot to Demde on the
. Irthdayot JeDtember. 1WH. and the but Dnbll-
catlonon tbe 21 day of October, 1904, which
wm ui.ua u. ue oru uijr 01 Depcemoer
EUGENE ASH WILL.
Attorney for flaintia
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1375
NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION.
U. B. Land Office at La Grande, Ore.
Oct 18, 1904.
. Notice Is hereby given tbat In compliance
with tbe provisions of the act of Congress ol
Junes, 187S,eulivled "An act for the sale ol
untoerianos In tbe states of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
extended to all tbe PublioLaud States by act
of August t, ltllti, WUliam H Browu. of Perry.
n.iin. n 1 T ....... u..u . . I . . ,
SaTjflyd "thSmeo-hii eworu &r
No. SZitt, for the purchase of tbe K.S of 8 W
of beciion NoSaud
V . :w. two?
No. 17 in Towuthlp N
hi W MA- -
B, Kabge u. 7,
And will ofler proof to snow that
sought Is more valuable for Ita timber or
stooe than for aurioultural Dumoses. and to
establish her claim to said land before tue
i d luid hrira ti..
Register and Receiver of this office af La
Urande.Omron.onSaturdav.th. h. H y
He names aa wltnemeas Herhxrt R Dinavo.
of Caldwell, Idabo; Ralph 11 BullU, of Perry
Oregon: Ueujamin f Young, of Ullgard, Ore-
.11 pSSSZ clSufin? .dvSel j ' ,the JW otld County -CtTmide In
described land? ar 7ltS2i to tJjeaboveehtltled inattor ou November 6th,
Jius In this otrioeon or before said 1 . .CUAS: "P111.
7th day of January, 1806.
K. W, Davia, Begliter 1
When you want
- ktwiu iiwaungij
La Grande, Oregon.
Chain Wood by the Cord
128 cubic feet to the cord, lft-inch dry chain
wood $3 per eofd This is cheaper than by the load.
You pay for what you get and get what you pay for.
' Phone 571 H. W. NIBLEY
"' K ' "
tf d Q D D O If C D
. $ 60,000
and exchange business.
ear tern and foreign banks.
JOSEPH PALMER, President
J. W. SCRIBER, Cashier
TlilB&B LAND ACTIUN j.
Nrvrina FOR PUBLICATION
Notice U hereby given that' In eomplbuioa ,
with tbe piovfetoiu ot the act of Cong rose of .
lane SI878, entitled "An act for the ealeof; -!
timber land In tbe Btatti of California. Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Ter itory," aa ex. '
tended to ail tbafubUo Land Btatea bf act of ,
Auguit 4. 182, Ralph H. BullU, of La Grande,
conuty of UnioOi Mate of Oregon, haa thia day , .
bledinthla odlce hie aworu atatement No.
ltifortbepahaieofth MWie)W)4 tioCtlon
I7.& B H 8 K & 8 W X 8 K4 of Section No, ;
18 in iownablp No. 4 Boutb, itange No 8s'
I - ,"ht ,. mnn -ihi,i f, ita tImh.r.r--
I " ,h. i--,...-! niirMxm. .nd ta
tone than for acrlcnltural purpoaea. and to
I eatabllab ni. claim to earn una oeiora ute jug'
i.Ur and Moeivcr of tbis olllce at La Grande
' I.. I.' 1 J . V. . . .4 .1 t I V...
& nm, witneM; Andrtw I Sulliyan
Um F Jonta, Benjamin Hagey. of Starkey Or
I and . MTmaa. eUlmln. ,derwly tha
above dewmbed Und4 are reuaeated to 61e their
1 ritimi In thii oSloe on or bell
dainuln thiioffloeonor before laid 2Jrd day
of December tttn-
B W Davla. Renter.
tstate Notice ,
J R Eelloga dauaaaed, EstateT
Notice ie hereby giran thai the
andeiaignedyiJ M (Jburth, haa qaall
Ued aa Kxeoutor of th. laat will and
testament oIJ B Kellogg, deceased.
AU persona having, claims against
aid astute are hereby .. required , to
iresent tbe same properly verified to,
lie ondereiimed at tha bfuoea ot O U
Fine, 8ommer liQildlng, Lat Grauda
Oregon, within six moiitha from tha
date oi toe nrai puouoauon oi iqii
Dated and first published October ,
6th. 1904. -
J M Church, Executor of Estate of '
J R Kellogg, deceased.
0, II. Finn, Attorney for Exeoutor.
Notice of Final Account
In the the County Court of tha State' of
Oregon, for Union County.
In the Matter of the Estate )
Edwin Southwell, Deceased. I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; That tha nr..
dereigned, has filed with the Clerk of tbe a
bove entitled County Court his final account
i,,!.u7d , h.Urf,tXSS,Jr rfi
named matter, and
fixed upon 11 o'
I JheUrnV and the(5r.int, ,
noiwinha. 13 IOA1 - -
the time, and tbe County Court room in ihe '
Court House of said County, in the City of Le
I uu vu'uu "Ji yregon,as toe place,
I wben 8nd where ny and allobjectlomj to any
i 'uuS uiuo.uy i,uo uuuBrsiguea, aa .
I KmlJ" ,!?,." Mheardaadjpaiwed upon
i i1 said Court, and when and where the
said accoant and rnnort will ha flnalis uttloH.
any nelsons bavins anv sucb ohiiwtinn. a.
bove mentioned are required to present tha
same at tbis time and place.
jui. uuuoeia pnousneu pursuant to order or
Administrator of the Kstiata at Kd win
Boulhwell, Oeoeased, de bonis non.