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I. a Grande Evening Observer
' IEY BROS., Editors tPrpt
Entered at, the Post Office at La
Grande, Oregon, 'ait Beeond Claes
Kail Matter. - - ,..
Published daily excpt Sunday
One year in advance...... $6 50
Bix moctha in advance.... 3 60
Pei month , .65c
Single copy . . ; ; . 5c
Thursday. June ,22, 1905.
capitala that the negotiations
are progressing satisfactorily,
it ia apparent that both govern
ments (feel they may yet re
sort to the use of the military
machines they have stationed
along the international - borders.
Dlaplay ad rates fornUbea apoa application
Local mtHiDt notice. 10c per Ud flnrt na
Hon, jr rr lln. tor each aubaeqaenl Inser-
Keeolutloni of condolence, 50 j er Una. 1
Cards of lhaoka, be per Una.
They say that beache cares of
any old kind are in great de
Cozey'a army would not stand
any show whatever with that
aggregation that held sway in
our city yesterday. :;
we need a lew weeks of warm
weather, and ne doubt it will
arrive in sufficient quantities
to cause ua all to be supremely
It will be interesting to know
what foundation there is for the
the report that Japan has or-
aered foreign mercbauts to
leave Port Arthur, and, if it i
true, why the step ha been
aken, An explauation will, no
doubt show aome wise, mili
ary reason, but the case ia bad
ly confused up to this time.
One year ago ibaight ootne
thing happeued in the valley
that we all have had occasion to
: remember ever since. , That lit
tle frost cost this county consid
erable in excess of $400,000.
That will eoon be a past event,
the preset crop will wip out all
the losses and then leave a sur
plus in most instances.
Heretofore we have always
entertained a rather hisjh opin
ion of our sister town, Baker
City,but when that speci il oar of
hobots arrived last evening and
conducted themselves as such on
our prinoiple street, we do not
see ,how 1 any,, city can harbor
uch a class, and make any pre
tense whatever toward tsivili-'
I About every two wteks the
report of the electrio railroad is
most flattering, but so far there
are no outward signs confirm
ing these reports. However, as
none of our citizens are footing
the bills which have ruu up into
the thousands of dollars, beyond
the intense interest of seeing
aotual work commence ou the
undertaking, we should be pati
ent we presume.' . It means ,a
a great deal tothis county when
that line is completed.
There is a great deal of agi
tation in Vermont over the
proposed .execution of the wo
man, Mary Rogers, and . some
people seem to have gone daft
on the subject. These tak the
ground that a omiu sh ould
never be execu'ed. It is rather
hocking to think of a woman
being hug d, but no more so
thau to tlnuk that a woman
could be guilty of a. brutal
crime. - -
i Uneasiness on the France
German frontier is still reported.
Both governments, are vigilant
and both governments are mar
gin mili'ary ' preparations.
While it is explained from both
Parties desiring ' pure bred
poultry can aecare pggs
from the "following 'well
known breeds at ft per
Betting of fifteen Bar Ply
moth liock, White, Wyn
dott, Single Comb Brown
Leghorn, and Silver Laced
" Island Citvtttejfdn"
WOOD NOTICE . ,
Pottae U hereby given that the Dlr
triot eobool Board of School DUtrlot
No. On, of Union eoantr. Orevon will
teoeire np tC4 o.clook p n of July 1,
fidhool Outrict No.' On with 140 cord.
of four foot split, yellow pin and tV,
Br wood, aaid wood to be cot while
green and not later than A turn at : l.
1906, free from large knots and aocept-
as . .
Die to said rcbool board. All wood
to be delivered at the high aobobl
baildiot end to be corded on neatlv
and closely where directed by Hoard;
r my cords to be deliver j by July 81
end all on or before September 10, 1005.
Hide to be left with sououl Clerk,
wu,u iimriM iu rmut (o reject an
or all bids. AO WILLIAMS,
Joly 1 Sobool Clerk
J H CHILDH I
tkw. and Trtaa.
BLUE MOUNTAIN MARBLE
. AND GRANITE CO.
LA GRANDE OREGON,
Complete Mssortment of fin
eat marble and granit
always on band. Estimates
cheerfully furnished upon
Headstones and Monuments
A Specialty f I
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS ,
The only Exclusive
in La Grande.
y ' Licensed in Oregon and
n Montana. Experienced
Our office is always open -
i OflBce in Lewis Building
U opposite Sommer House
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Han fraoaaoo every Srediya. I
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We arc building on a permanent foundation, and nothing is too good for us.
OilStrynlifte Is thfe Ailier, Brbs. &. Co., RdchWer, made ready-to-wear.
ttr'dlbthetiiW insiders well 1s attrdctive outside. If
you buy, and it proves to be otherwise, your money back without a word;
Better satisfaction at $20 to $25 than can be secured in any other ready
made; as complete satisfaction as can be secured in first-class made-to-measure.
This Is our promise to ail who make a trial of L. A., B. L Co.,
clothes, arid we stand ready to redeem that promise to the letter. You
are alvvays vveloine to drop in.
jfer .--met r
HERE'S ThE VERY SHOE YOU'VE BEEN
r.nt from tht snftp.st, mast flexible of
fine calf skin - with a smooth, touh
lining a sole that is made to stand
trouble, and just the right amount of
style. It's one of the most popular of
KEITH S KONQUEROR family -and if you
had your shoemaker turn out such a
shoe, he'd tax you not less than $8.00
$3.50 to $5.00
Gordon $3.00 Hat for
Men's' Fancy Hosiery reduced from 75c to 50c
SPECIAL PRICES ON
FINE COLORED WASH FABRICS
Owing to the unseasonable weather this' spring we decided to make
Pongee Suitings 50c a yard for regular 75c and 85c qualities
ruiiste Dimming ouc " 75c " 85c
'a ' .
jacquara owiss uc " " 35C
Lawns and Dimities 15c " 14 25c
Lawns and Dimities I2i 2c " 20c "
These radical reductions will create a lively Interest in thin wash Fabrics, so it behooves all who have delayed
their spring purchases to come in early.