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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1905)
Of buying Furniture, Carpets
mid Home Furnishings where
you can get more for a dollar
'uanaooiiarwill boy elsewhere
125 Iron Beds $2.75lo$12 00
HrusBels carpet, 65o per yard
All wool Ingrains 623 per vard
i weol unions 38c per yard
tru8?els Ingram 30c per yard
E. G. ADCOOK
Successor to E. Andross.
Andross Old stand Phoue9-l
My Picture Frames
Mouldings, Plate Rail
room mouldings shades
and Curtain Fixtures.
Picture framing, hand made
opaque shades. Oval Bevel Mat
, cutting a specialty. I have the
only Oval Bevel machine in
Frank Harris ,
Andross old stand Phone 9-1
tCAGLFH La Urande Airie 159 F O K meets
every Hunrtay night in K ol I' hill art ; m
Visiting brethern Invited U. attend
J. A. Matolt, W. P. T. H. Gilhara, W. B.
1 0 0 F La Urande Lodge, No 16 meet .u
I heir ball every Saturday nhtht. Vial Uug mem
sera cordially invited to attend.
U W. KoberUon, N U
K, Snook, See,
UTAR ENCAMPMENT No 81, I. O. O. F,
meets every firm and third Thursdays In the
mouth in Odd Fellows bell. Visiting patri
archs always welcome I. B Snook, C P.
Edmund Kobinson, Scribe
A b 6 A. M. La Grande Lodge
t 0. 41. meets every 1st vid 3rd 8ator
Jay of each month.
A C Williams See,
O D Huffman W. M
KA8TEKN8TAB OKU Hope Chapter No
I!" meets the second and fourth Wednesday of
atb month at rM n m in Masonic Temple
Mrs Clara T Lyle, W M
Mary A Waraick. dee
M. W.A.- Lb Grande (amp No. 7703 meets
every nrpr, wiu tniru rt runrmia y ui mo
month at I. 0. O. V. HhII. All visiting nelrh
bore are cordially invited 10 attend.
E. Keisleud, V. a
John Hair, Clerk.
rDREHTEBS OF AMtiKOTA-Onirt Maid
Marlon, Mo 22 meeta each Thursday night in
K of f nail. Brother are Invited to attend.
X 8 TlllKon, Chief Ranger.
U 8 Williams, Kin. Bee
Board or Trustees-Or. U L Diggers, John Hall,
and U 1'aUinon.
la nttan panaail hv anrAi n narm onrl
cancers, that eat away roar akin, Wm
bedell, of Flat Rock Mich, say a; I
have used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, for
Ulcere, Sores and Cancer . It la th
beat healing dressing 1 ever found,
boethes and heals cats, burns and
6c at Newlin Drag store guaranteed.
Mrs. A. E. Murchlson
UihC. M. Uarn. Props.
RATES $1.00 PER DAY
Special rates furnished monthly
patrons. This house is, sbsolately '
new and Is thoroughly clean from
kitchen to parlor. Every room is oa
the ground floor All white belp
The table is supplied with all the
The Cen tenia Is centrally located
Adams Ave, between Greenwood
and Kir. Opposite Farmers Feed
La Grande, Oregon.
A REPLY FROM
, J. W. SCRIBER
iut ieie rod aalioiooa state,
menu made by the Editor ol the
unrcnicle of llartb lOib. regarding
u farmers and Traders National
oaa and myself,! ub lossy:-
'rsi, ioe election of direoiore for
uis uatik have alwsvs Us h-i.i ...
eording to the National H.nkin. i
anu Director elected by a majority of
mm anare Holders, and at all share
holders meetings there ha.. .1....
been over 400 of the 600 .bare, repre-
onwHi. ins annual election ol Di
rectoia for all National Banks sr. ...
qalred to be held on the second Toes.
aay of January of each tear, and
cb meeting may be adporned to
some future data. Th.
. Hw wars is itg VUSWC7
holdora of this Bank were nrMsni
Janu.ry 11th 1806, as were preseot on
e-cn no. There were 301 .bara re
presented by persons present, and 110
bares by proxy Tbla disgruntled
abare-holder was nominated for a D
rector and received the vole of 10
ahares. and th nth., n. ,
i ' wwwv. v7VMira rrfjoiv.
j ed the rest. I will leave it to the de.
cision of the poblio if it would have
been wise to have snob an one as the
author ol the statement as a director
of any institution.
Sod, A Nations! Bank Is controlled
by Ita board of directors under the
supervision of the National Bank Ex
miner, and our executive board dui
upon all loans made by tbia Bank.
The majority ol shareholders pay
the same proportion of taxes that the
minority do, and what makes divi
dends for tbe majirity of the share,
holdera, givea the minority the same
prorata of dividenda and no prefer
enoe can be, or is given, to any one.
3rd, The statement made in aaid
article thai I was receiving a salary
of only $26.00 per month when 1 left
Salem to acoept my preseot position
waa a falsehood aud the nartv makln
tame lied In 1890 I subscribed and
paid in cash for 60 ahares of ths Cap.
ital stock of this Bank as the records
And I also wish, to state that I
owned my own home in Balem Ore
gon, valued at that lima at $2000.00.
and a one half Interest ic 80 aorea of
land 3 miles east of 8alem valued at
fsOuO.OO, and aome other property as
wtll. I have tried to save part of the
money I have earned sinoe coming to
maxe my borne here in La Qrande.
and so far as I know. I have been a
law abiding citisen during all that
time, atid I not only think it is every
mtns duty as well as privilege, to
aoourou'ete and aava aometbinr when
enjoying good health, and more estM-
cially one who has a family dependant
upon him for support and lot their
education, and I have tried lo do tnv
duty as a citizen and a father. "
I do not claim that 1 have made no
mistakes, but when I have made them
as soon as I have discovered them. I
have been only too a-lad to correct
them as far as wjs lo'my power.
To any one who is doubtful of my
atetements, or of my reliability. I
would refer you to M sera Ladd and
Bush, bankers, or to J. H. Alberts, ol
8alem Oregon, or M. J. Adams, cash-
ler for Mwsrs Coolidse A. Mnfll.n.
bankers of Stlverton Oregon, as those
persona have known me for tome 40
years. To tLose who have known me
since coming to La Grande some 14
years ago, thiaatatemenl is
ary, but to strangers and new friends
1 wish to say that the Kditor of the
Chronicle is unworthy of notice, and
D. H. STEWAnn
original big double spectacular
I UNCLE TOM'S
I CABIN CO.
THE BARNUM OP THEM ALL
r ' under the management of
r Watch for the big parade
r. iiiva ana tier uoidea Chariot
Male and Feamale Quartettes
i JWCE3 Orchestra 76c; Balance of house 50c: Children
25c. Seats on sale Saturday at Van Buren's.
TaMMfAAikAMjLMAMA fi nt ai ai
further. I wish to brand bim as a
cowardly, slandering liar, atd un
worthy ol the post.ioa which he is at
templing to Sit, and a disgrace so any
community, for bis cowardly attacks
will injure our fair city as well as onr
homes and loved ones.
I wian further to state that this
bank is well prepared to continue its
business, and appreciate the liberal
patronage it has always bad from the
oitisens of- this county. Ita Cenital
stock is intact and it itaa soeumnleled
a good surplus, regardless of the kicks
ol one or two disgruntled shareholder
who would gladly ruin the business of
the community, to correct ao imagin
J W Bcriber
By Scripps He we Association
PorUand March 14 Senator John H
Mitchell la'here arranffins for hla u.
fence on the chargea of eonaplraoy in
the land franda, which will be tried
in the Federal Oourt In Jnna
Mitchell aaid thia mornlnai Tha
newspapers have been trying to con
vict me. Their conduct has baan
damnable. I am innocent."
Fierce Storms Abate
San Fianolsco. March 11- Reports
rrom various points along the coast
this morning indicate that the storm
is over. It Is believed that all l.e
vessels at a a when the storm began,
nave reached port. The onlv craft
reported mlssibg here la a small
lannoh in which three men went fish-
log off the Farallonea Bandar. Thi.
craft Is given up as lost with Ita oo
France Wants Peace
St Petersburg March 14 While
France has made no move aince the
battle of Mukden dor offered her ad
vice offioiaily, the Russian government
has been given to understand eclearly
that her ally favors peace, and this
may exercise an influence on the Em
peror's ultimate deoision. Germany
baa refraioed from giving advice either
Perhaps the attitude of Japan mav
be judged by the fact that oue of the
great powers, intimated to be the
(Jolted States, has strongly urged
within a month' that the time waa
opportune to t ffer terms to Russia.
but, according to information reoeived
here, the Japanese government Daid
no beed to the advioe tendered.
Another Big Fire
Sorlpps News Association
Chicago. March 14. Fire this morn.
ing destroyed the plant of the Grand
Crossing Teck Co , wbiob covered near,
ly an entire block. The loss ia esti
mated at a, half of a million dollars.
The eight bundled employees In the
"By Scrippe Nowa Aaaociatlon. J
Karakoff Ruaala March 14-Nlna
shops and the Su.dal arc ade were dea-
troyed by fire today The loas la halt
a million dollars. Nine persona were
Injured in the fire, which, it la believ
ed, was etartod by the revolutionists.
More grand novelties than
Prof. Gerlach's- Military
Oolored Military baud
Beautiful Chariots and 1
Genuine Cake Walkers
Buck and Wing Dancers
Wegons drawn by hand- A
Grand Visions and Trans i
Son Shoots Father
Auburn Cat March 14 . F Nis
on, living near Lincoln, baa been
anoi oy nis eon. The a'atement is
made that Nisson ordered his wife lo
milk the eow and her abiee being bad
aba declined. He picked up a rifle and
ordered trer lo go or he would kill ber.
Hia aon then took a ahot run and
fired both barrels, striking his father
In the btck, the charge going through
bis body. The man is still alive, but
there is no hope of bis recovery.
Young Nisson as under arrest.
Holy Jailer Stays
Goldeudale Wash March 14 Dr Cay
wood, the former f'entlat of Portland
Ore who waa tarred and leathered last
night by a mob because of his object
ionable methods of conducting revival
etrvlcea for the Holy fiollara' mt
and bla harsh criticism of certain
oltixena, is still in GoldenJate aud
announces th.t he will remain to
preach to hia congregation. Caywood
waa notified last n'ght that unlets he
left town he would be lynohed.
Good Bill Lost
(By Scripps News Association
Lincoln Neb March 11 The bill t
permit the Governmert to oon.Umn
the atate lands of the Upper North
Platte valley and merge the property
Into an Irrigation diatrlct waa defeated
In the senate this mornina tk. a..
feat of the bill la charae.l to Hill n.l
Uarriman. who own laiwe traeta in t h.
district. This ends the Government
project to spend five million dollars in
(By SorlppiNewa Aasoolation)
Omaha Neb March 14-lwenty per
sons oonnected with the Omaha paok
Ing plantabave been aummoned before
the Federal Grand Jury at Uhloago on
the twentieth day or Maroh to testify
in the beef tmat" investigation.
High Art Painting
Peraona desiring fine work In the
line of interior finishing, suob as grain
Ing to match the furniture, woodfllling
to match the walla, and all the flat
finishes or glntses, shonld call on or
address Sanford D Kinney, I413 Adams
Avenue, Corner Greenwood s treat, La
Grande, Oregon. tf -
WANTED The ucderalgned wiabes a
set of books to keep. Rates reason
able and eatiefaotlon guaranteed.
Satisfactory references famished.
Lon L Fox, La Grande, Oregon.
and Magnetic Healing
First visit to La Qrande of
H IN D O O
-Jut arrived from Calcutta, Fj-st
India; tbe world's greatest spirit Medi
um and Clairvoyant.
Without knowing who you are or from
whence you came thlM reinnrkableanan
)' his eyes and tell you everything,
rhls man Is not to be compared with
fortune tellers and such like imtiostors
who irtv upon tbe puhlie with their
nn principled methods. No matter whttt
your trouble may be or what vou want
to know, ou will be given dales, facts,
names, etc. Positively glviw dales of
inarrlRKeaud nainua ol future wife
-0"ll and be ennvlnmul iIi.b'i niK.
Savnntil he is gone and then regret ll-
Phrenologist siltlngs, $1. Astrology
"l.l.l!nK". "lrvoyaiilslitlnK$l up.
All kludaofdlreaHes located forli. Any
one giried by birth with mtwIluiiMlilp I
will beln to develop them in it! day's
time. Will relieve bad luck spells and
give gold luck to all. Bim'tluil to see
this Hindoo. Advice given on all busi
ness undertakings. Walk up stairs,
Her-e f r limited time only
COME EARLY IWt Delay
Ron Je Vi"fy House
Rooms 12 , oltlce hours S a m to
p m, Phone :t-ti, no sign on ths door
PASTU R E
I have leased the Silk pas
ture for the season and am
then-fnrs in position to care
fos iw. kinds of stock, and
especially the Ntown cow"
at rates which are just. I
will gun nntee firnt class
treatment,, good feed and
Phone 1276 . La Grand
The 811k paslnre eonslsU of over 800 aorm
and is divided Into sis separate lota
Homes and cattle will not run together
DR. A. L RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
OSos over HUTs Drag Store.
vsum rnoae Ubs . Mfirs Tfcnas 3tl
N. MOLITOR, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ooraer Adams avaaoe and Depot 8L '
OflleePboaeXM aaatdanaa Fknu at
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Lewis baildlng, opposite Bosoms Horsss
Offlos Boats, I te 4, T to S
BACON & HALL,
Y3t CIAN3 AND SURGEONS
Ufflee la Foley buUdlag, Fnoae UL
C. T. Baeon, Bosidenos Phone list
4 M. K. Bail, Bealdene 2131
DKS. B1GGERS & BIGGCRS
Ptiraiciana and Hnn...
O W Blggers, M. D. Geo, L. Blggata. M. D
Offloe 1321 ' i.M.hU loa,
Qnioe Ralston BnUdln am l u u.
Store. Raldeoos on Madison AVs. second
don, weatofbrmer realdenoe, Or. a W.Blggets
Profeioaal calls promptly atteaded to
Offlos Somsser Building
Offloe Phon. M Besldenoe Phoae 117
C. B. Cauthorn
Offlos Over Hill Drugstore
I La Grande, Oregon :
R. L. LINCOLN
Up stairs, oor Adams aveaas and Depot BV
Dr. P A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
Residence phone 701
Farmers' line 58
DR, W. T. D3WNE3.
VETERINARY SURQEON AND
teave orders at Red Residence Cor
Cross Drug store 6th and I st
Thirty five years experience, beat of reference
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
LA ORANDE, OREGON
Ofllee In Bomrrter mlldlng.
J. W KN0WLES
Attorney and Counsellor
Office la Ralston Bnlldlag '
Phone 166 La Orande Or.
H. T. Williams AC. WUllams
Offlos in Ralatoa Building
PhonsiOjl La Oranda, (Jr.
W, I. BISONETT
' EXPKHT ACCOUNTANT.
Offloe with J.T.WiUUmson, La Grande
Parties wishing the servlees of a cont-
KUnt bookkeeper are assured satis
story results. Prioaa reaeonabU
D. O. KELLEY,
Booka posted and complicated ao
ooauta adjusted. Pen .Ion papers a
ipeolalty. Notary Public. Claims
against the government considered.
Correspondents solicited. Addree
Lock box C13
PER CENT OFF
On all cash purchases of
li.uu or over, complete stock
of. meats poultry, lard, our
own cured breakfast bacon
We pay the highest market
I price for hides, pelts, and furs
i -Z a. i
Liinr. nnn -
CMS, LIQUUT, Proprkf or. '";
WJNES, LIQUORS li
U animals on the Pacific
ti 1 1 ii nen a i ssi i
Blue - Front Saloon i
E. THOMSON. ProprictoT;
I WINES, LIQUORS f
imported and domestic
Hot or cold lunch all hours
Jefferson Aveaas Opposite Depot
: Palaco Saloon
CHAS. ANDERSON. Prop.
Always on hand
, . THE
. JOHN BIEVEb. Prop.
Coasplets aasortmenl of .
Mixed Drinks a Specialty Fir St,
CHRIS WRIGHT. Prop,
vine ;. - -
Gentlemen always Welcome
ULRJCH L0TT1S. Prop.
Lunches are our speciilty
1 leOVt A veo Opposite depot
- i k .T aia4WIW
And the best brands ol
M Alwaiva nit hsail
J , MUed . drinks a specialty Ask and
0 see If you don't get It. This la a gen-
tlcmen'a resort and will be ru as much
Tom PlemiDg I
Horseshoin g and
North Fir Street
i Hies I Missises -
- - ,
, Chickens Wanttd
' The highest market price paid cash
for chiokena. . Phone 1801.
GRANDE RONDECidll CO.