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KILLS A CHILD; IS
SHOT BY FATHER
f I o'
STODDARD LUABER GO.
LA GRANDE,' OREGON.
Is AwaltinslYourOnier at
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
Uoi. Fir and Jeffewon Sta.
Pall Lino VFerferred Stock"
Oanred Goods. -v
Grand; - Ri: ude
Grande Rondej Lumber Go.
We have made np our mlndi to leS every roll of Wall Paper In our
tore before the next prinj itocl ar rivet, end in order to Insure aj
eompteU dcaiMfp we have cut the price regardless of former price
Wall Papciii from 5 cents up
We Want to clear the house before AUrch lit aiwi expect a carload (q
of Wall Waper to a arrive on that date.- We tave more Wall Paper
now on hand than, all the other paper house In the county. There f
Jon ywi Win lUve repeater variety to select from. Our present
stock b complete "y
Stackland & McLaciilen I
: PAINTS. GllaS AND GLASS : 3
Notary Fublic Insurance
Money to Loan
Representing the Equitable Savings A Loan A sso
ciation of Portland, Or., the strongest, safest & most
reliable institution on the Pacific coast, under ": State
supervision. Loans.made short or long time to suit
WM. GRANT, Agent
City property for sale.
Afients Wanted I
Men ami women.. Big money salt
ing Imperial lamp burner. Sell on
sight 100 par 'cent profit. ' Exolualve
territory to . bustler, 8ample by
mail 76o. Call or address, . ; n , ,;
EC Bergh, La Grande Ore
Mch-24 Aprll-S4 Foley Hotel '
6S . N;
wantVant for that
Good School Shoes
a specialty "
RATES-SI per day meale afcte.
Hpeolal ratea faraUhed monthly pa
trone.. Mr A K Moroheson and Mini
0 ' M . Garm proprietors. No
AdameAve Phone No 1161 - '
Speedy arraignment of tbe . namer
oat1 defendant Indicted for compli
city In the land fraud ta Ibe program
of j United State District Attorney
Heney. Senator Mitchell will ap
pear in the federal oonrt tomorrow
morning to enter hi plea to tbe In
dictment against him. Congressman
Bioger Herman will leave ' Weshing
ton tomorrow erening, reaching Port
land Saturday evening or Sunday
morning, and he will be arraigned on
Monday. ' Congressman Williamson
will appear for assignment next Fri
day, Other dtfendanta will be ar
raigned daring this week end as, soon
a possible Mr. Heney Will have ' tbe
eases set for trial.' - -
.Judge A S Bennett of TLe " Dalles,
who is to be Senator Mitobell' chief
eouDel, i in Portland today and has
had a protracted conference with hi
client. While the line of defense that
will be adopted is not known, it is ex
pected thai in this as in ; the other
eaeee the defendants will resort to ob
etrootive taotici, and that every poe-
lay the trial."
BIGGEST MEN FIRST
; Mr Heney proposes to remain in
Portland on til all preliminary motions
have been heard and disposed of, so
that when; he returns in June , tbe
trials may proceed without further de
lay. It ia hie purpose to try the
charges against Senator Mitchell fint
of all, and the two congressman will
be next In order. Binger Herman
will be defended by Dolpb, Mallory,
Simon and Gearin, and it is' nnJer
stood that the two hut named mem
bers of tbe firm will have especial
Charge of tbe case. It is understood
that Judge Bennett and H 8 Wilson
of The Dalles till represent Congress
SURE INDICTMENTS ARE RIGHT
' Published statement that tbe va
lidity of tbe grand jury's indictments
will be assailed on tbe ground that
one of tbe jurors is not an American
citUea have excited no uneasiness in
the mind of Mr Heney. He is con
fident that there is no ground npon
whioh the contention can be based.
All of tbe jurors were oirefully exam
ined, nndr oatb, as to their qualifi
cations, and all of them were found to
be duly qualified. The speoific obarge
that John Guietin of Astoria, a mem
ber of the grand jury, was never nat
uralised, appears to be without foun
dation. Even were it otherwise Mr.
Heney i oonfident that tbe aota of
jury would not be invalidated. .
, ''It's all buncombe," said Heney
tbie morning. "There is not tbe
slightest danger in tbe world thu tbe
indictments csn be suooeasfully as
sailed on any such ground. Portland
Treasurer's Call for City Warrants
Notioe le hereby given that there
are now funde on band to pay all out
standing warrant issued on General
Fnnd of La Grande City, up to and
including, No. 4372 endorsed April 14,
Intereet on all warrants on General
Fond from No. 4187 to No. 4372 in
clusive, ceases from this date.
There are also funds in the treasury
to pay all warrant issued against
Water Fund of La Grande City, np to
and including No. 6168 endorsed 8pt.
10, 1904. Interest on all warrants on
Water Fond to No. 6168 Inclneive,
cea-ee from date of this call. Le
Grande, Oregon. April 7, 1905.
ni j WAI.BH, City Treasurer,
As delicious as
I 1 V
Supersedes old-fashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions
Guaranteed to contain all the medicinal elements, actually taken
from genuine fresh cinls' livers, with organic iron and other '
body-building ingretliuuta, but no oil or grease, making the
j greatest strength and flesh creator known to medicine. For"'
, . old people, puny children, weak, pale women, nursing ' ;
mothers, chronic cold, hacking coughs, throat and lung
j . troubles, Incipient consumption nothing equals Vinos.
' Try It If you don't like It w 111 return moofty.
CM' aln Wood
128 cubic feet to the cord. 16-iuch dry chain
wood $3 peroord. This ia cheaper than by the load.
You pay for liat you get and get what you pay f r.
PlaeerTille CaL April 11-Yesterday
afternoon at Indian Diggin in Eilde
radooounty, Austin Morgtn Slarkey,
aged 74 years, to save tbe lives of his
two grandobildien and himself, shot
and killbd with a Winchester rifle, his
son Joseph 8ta'key, eged 36 yeara. It
seems that tbe eon had been drinking
to exoesa of late and as a result bad
become frensied Teateaday afternoon
be attempted to exterminate his bro
ther John's family with an axe. John's
three children were just in front of bis
residence when their uncle Joseph at
tacked them , and one little girl aged
10 years, was killed at onoe. Tbe
other two children with their grand
father, ran into tbe house end barred
tbe door against Joseph, who persued
them, and with hie axe begao to hew
down the door. A call to him to keep
back was nnbeednd, and ae be wa
forqiog hi way through the door to
advanse npon them, tbe old man rais
ed bis rifle and shot bim dead.
- By Hcripps News Association
Washington April 11 Joseph H.
Bristow who was appointed "by tbe
President to investigate the freight
ratea with reference to the Panama
c-um icvufueu waamngton last
night from Panama and other Pacifio
coast points and wl'l today report to
Secretary of state Taft and the Canal
Commission. Bristow says ever-
where on the Pseifio ooast there is a
deep interest in the canal but busi
ness interest denounce bitterly the
contract between Ibe Panama railroad
and tbe PaciBo Steamship Co.-
Disease Analyzed Ac
cording to Common
To restore anatomical abnormali
ties to the normal and to harmonise
physiological disoord is tbe scope of
Osteopathy and no system or scheme
of treatmeut can attempt to do more.
Viewed in this light it is not to hard
to understand how scientific mani
pulations of the , bodily tissues can
cure discord they restore anatomical
Order first, where upon Nature har
monizes tbe functional inharmony, in
a word cures. -
Oscar Lund, who hlways wears that
happy smile, which is characteristic
of those who are fortunate enough to
own a fruit farm in the Govs, was a
visitor at tbe county seat today.
Jersey Cream Patent Flour.
Every sack guaranteed by Romig
For Sale-Early : Rose Potatoes
for Sale. Geo. Parrot, Island
Notice To The Public
...I have purchased the cigar factory
of Leah Paul of La Grande and will
continue the business at 21 5 Depot
street, both wholesale and retail, and
will collect all bills due said factory
and pay all outstanding accounts. .
I cordially invite the public to call
and sample my borne made and im
ported oigara of which 1 carry a full
line together with tobaocos. confec
tionery and fruits in season. ,
Yours for business,
Jess B. Paul.
March 31, 1905
a Fresh Oranra
DRUG CO. C.
by the Cord
, H. W. NIBLEY
Fiiat daaa teed notatoes. Carmen no
3 and Early Boee, one half mile east of
tf J S CHANDLER, Fmltdalo
FOR SALE Early Boee poUtoee for
ale. Geo Parrot Island City.
FOR SALEFour room bouse "prutl"
call new and 60 z 110 ft. lot, O st.
. between 7 and 8 st For particulars
apply on premise. 6-7
Good work team weight about 1200
also one good, family i riving horse.
Apply to Barney Sparrow old town.
April 4 14
FOB BALE Tbe .house Just east of
tbe Post Oflice, , For particular ral
, at Belder candy factory or at this
offloe 4 10
FOB BEJMT Twenty acre of young
orchard one and one halt mile from
' La G-ande, Bight person , can se
oora the tract on easy terma Y
1 Holmes, La Grande. A 8 tf
FOB BENT Large,' well furnished
, rooms at li OJper month. Inquire
of Mrs A L Stover, at the HiiU
honee, on block north of the round
FOB RENT His room honae with all
modern improvments. Located cor
, ner First and Main.
FOB iVfNT Furniahed roome. ' ln
: quire of Mrs Duryea at 1901 Second
FOB RKNT-Kurnlehed roome, good
: .location. Inquire of lira. W J
Snodgrasa, Fourth street, or phone
FOB BENT Light ' housekeeping
roome Mr. Shearer, near Geddee
Bros, grocery store.
FOB KENT Five room honee in good
location. Inquire of O Ralston at
Nebraska t'ash store. tf
FOB RENT Small house four block
north of little brick evhool ; honae,
Including an acre of ground and ir
'rigatlng water. 8 per month. In
; quire of Ed Stringham, phone 61x6
i Board and Lodging bv Aire Goodall
2114 3rd at. . Phone 707 tf
WANTED Position as cook or first
class housekeeper in family, by ex.
: perienoed Japanese. Inquire at this
LOST One handsaw on April 6, be
f tween Fourth etreet and the corner
! of Washington and Elm streets,
i Finder will please return same to
: me and obtain so i table reward,
i UAL MAHTEKSON
I Boarding House
Mra. Joaeph Pollman, Cor. 6th and
Washington. Board and roome, or
board without rooms by the day. week
or month. . 5-8
SEWERS AND PIPE
t See J H Childe for so otic sewers end
ewer pipe Leave orders at tbe La
Grande Marble Work. 5 7
Cleanse vonrivatAm nf n imnnriiio.
thl month. Now ia the time to take
Hollister'o Rooky Mountain Tea. It
Will keen von wall all anmmor t&
cents, lea or Tablets. Newlln Ding
Don't let the children anffar. if
they are fretful, peevieb and cross,
give them Holllster's Rooky Mountain
Tea. Tbe best baby tonie known.
Strength and health follow ite use. 35
cents. Newlin Drug i.
, Special Sale
For the next
fifteen days I
will offer some
special J cash
piicea ou my
5 lbs Home
and .. lards. . I
into t ie Geddes boildiog, and
am uot prepared to carry a
large stock in this line until
I am again in my own build
ine, whLh is now being pre
pared with cold storage faci
itiea. As I now need money
will sell 6 lbs buckets of lard
or 55c," 10. lbs buckets for
31.10 cash. For the present
1 am located
5 lbs Home
from my old
HARRIS MEAT MARKET
Rol Vilef4-'Vthe Q B ,b0
ehop and has idrrgad B C Coger to
aialst him in the repair work, lie will
pot in a e implete stock of goods for
repair work and will guarantee satis
action. Remember he le in the field
for all kinda of repair work and alio
new work. Remember the oldatand.
The G B Bhoe Shop. tf
Dont forget that G II Power the
Land man har any thing in Jthe ehape
of Real Estate from an acre of Garden
to a 2000 acre ranch. ' All property
sold on commission and titlee guaran. .
G II Power ,
Minnt-aote Land Man
Mch 23 tf
High Art Painting
Persons desiring fine work in tbe
line of Interior finishing, auoh aa grain
ing to match tbe furniture, woodfllling
to match tbe walla, and all the flat
finishes or glosses,- ahonld call on or
address Sanford D Kinney, 1431 Adama
Avenue, Corner Greenwood eirent, La
Grande, Oregon. ti
BP Tait, the pioneer muale teacher '
of Grande Rondo Valley, ia still lu the
ring. Daring my vacation I made It
my bualneee aa well aa pleasure to at
tend conoerts, operas, and in fact
everything in my line of bnsinese and
I found that Ias a teacher, and iu- '
terpreter of moslo am etlll in the front '
rank. Pupils who do not wish the full '
ooneervatory coarse may take tbe pop
ular placo course. Thla plaoee the
pupil in position to play the popular
music of the day, Church and Sunday -School
maaio. . ' :
The Violin popular coarse places the
pupil In positijn to play all kinds of
dance music aa well as light overturea.
Quite a number of masiclana who have
been under my instruct! in are now
making goodmoney as teachers and .
aoloiats. Pnplls who are under my
care will be thoroughly instructed in
m BP TAir, teaohej
Don't Borrow Trouble
It Is a bad habit to borrow anything
but tbe worse thing you can possibly
borrow, Is trouble. When sick, sore,
heavy, weary and worn-ont by the
llllna anil nnlnnnBnlJ... ..t. 1. , .
f...w cuuu"uu;B'i9eia, unioua
nees, Brlght'e disease, and similar in.
ternal disorders, don't ait down and
brood over your symptoms) but fly for
relief to Elejtrio Bitters. Here yoa
will find sure and permanent forget
fairness of all your troubles, and your
body wUl not be burdene 1 by a load o
debt disease. At Newlin Drug Co drug
etore. Prloe 60o. Guaranteed.
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
OF MUSIC :
This ia one of the.be8t3maaicalIn
atltatlona In the atate. Daring the
roar 1904 ther wnra nrlw Vmir
thousand lesaona given. The people
in .this city and valley are begin
ing to discover tha great advantage
Of thle school. Tha avaUm nul U
tbe latest and most practical- and
Inning .11 .U . 1 i . .
uumun an mo laiess aisooreriea
in the art of teaching maaio. Tha
school ia divided into two depart
ment; No. 1 is for beginners, from
3 Tears no. and taklno in ti.a i
3rd grades. In this department
upna come one hoar every day.
In No. 2 tbe gradea are from 3 to
IS. ;IIere they graduate. Pupils
take one or two lessons a week as
they desire. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in thla school
wto do not study.
There are many kinds of meat,
out we sen onlv the best kind a
trial order will convince you of
ino irutn oi tnis stateraont. Wo
kill only the beat snecimpna and
kill it correctly. ' .
Our prices are as low an
consistent with the best quality.
Mr X-. MM -Wi
Bock & Thomas