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La Grande Evening Observer
C tET BR08., Editor A Pr p
Entarad aft tba. Post Offloa at La
Urands, Oregon, as Beoond Class
Published daily except Sunday
One year in advance. ..... $6 50
Six months in advance. . . .3 60
Per month. .55c
Single copy...... ...... ....5c
Tuesday. June 27, 1905.
.. A few took exception! to an
editorial paragraph made with
reference to the Baker City con
tingent who attended theElki
ocial on Thursday. The whole
thing was intended for irony
and in that light was compli
mentary instead of otherwise, as
it was Intended.
Display Ad rm la ffernlahad apoa application
LataX Nftdlng notice. lOe par Una Oiat iuer
lion, gt per 11 n. for aach latwequent Inier-
RmoJdUob. feoadotonoa, s rsr Una.
Card of thanks, te per Uaa.
All the land fraud cases will
be set for trial next Friday.
The good roads'' movement
has now reached the talk stage;
after awhile there may be some
The raiuy wo.'.hcr , it Port
land is keeping a great many
visitors from attending the
fair. There is plenty of time
It is . the . little things that
count if properly attended to.
The Commercial Club have re
cently accomplished two pur
poses and both were simply the
result of suggestion but such
mggegtions coming from a live
association have power. .
The Club suggested to' the
0 R & N Co, the advisability of
having a'l trains stop at North
Powder so those citizens could
visit our city. Since the new
order went into effect we have
bad many more business visi-'
tors from the southern portion
of the county than formerly. ) A
few weeks ago the club instruct-,
ed the secretary to see if the ex?
prc:s cer;py old be induced
to put on a delivery system and
this has been done. - ',
Graft is alleged in the letting
sA a contract by Public Printer
Palmer for 72 typesetting ma-
aiktntia ls m naA 2 I V A nnifAalltrtanl
printing offices at Washington.
' The Idaho state fair com
mission is having 25,000 copies
of the last biennial report of the
state immigration commission
ers printed for distribution in
the east as an advertisement of
Wby not get your painting done wall
when you tan bava it cheaper than it
takes for the sreraga daubar to spoil
itf Getnaed to bating .nice wood
finishing on tha inside of yonr dwell
ing." Ej?g ahell ' and ' velvet gloss,
"mirror polish" eto. 8 D Kinney can
grain np your old piloted rooms and
make tha wood like fine, quartered
14J3 Adams Ave. La Grande Or
We hope the board of regents
o! the Agricultural college will
find some way to permit the
continuance ef the Union county
expermental station. It isjust
beginiug to accomplish some of
the purposes for which it was
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia
Mrs 8 Lindear. ol Fort Wllllat
Ontario. Canada, who baa aufferi
anite a number of years from dtapp
aia ana great pains in tne aiomaon,
was adfTsed by ber druggist to take
Chamberlain's ' Htomaob and Liver
Tablets. 8he d Id so and says. "I find
that tber have done ma a gnat deal
ol good. I have never had any suffer
ing si noe 1 began using them." ill
troubled with dviDensia or Irdiuestlon
why not take thaw Tablets get well
and stay well f tor sale by Nswlinl
. From the surface indication it
begins to look like there will be
considerable activity for the
Republican nomination for
Sherift and it might not be a
miss to state also that several
Democrats have a des're to suc
ceed sheriff Pennington.
Already we are begining to
feel the influx of eastern money
presumably the effects of the
fair. This is made manifest by
the unusual number ot one and
two dollar bills in circulation.
We dare say that most of our
mercantile houses as a usual
thing rarely ever handled more
than three or four such bills
during the yer, prior to a few
months ago. Now they are be
coming quite common.
Under tbe initiative law our
people must educate themselves
to the (act that simply because
a law is petitioned for that, it
should be vited fr. Ou the other
hand because thev have not
. taken the trouble to inform
themselves with reference to it,
that to be safe they must vote
against it. The people must
begin to keep up with the times
and keep informed as to the
merits and demerits that they
will be called to pass upon.
PurcBred Poultrv .
Parties desiring pure bred
poultry can secure eggs
from the following well
known breeds ; at $1 per
setting of fifteen Bar Ply.
moth Rock, White Wyn
dott, Single Comb Brown
Leghorn, and Silver Laced
The only Exclusive
in La Grande.
Licensed in Oregon and
' Lady Assistant
Our office b always open;
Office in Lewis Building,'
opposite Sommer House
Lewis and Clark
H r I
To be held at Portland
June I to Oct. 15, 1905,
TAKE A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
Through the Williamette;!
Umpqua and Rogue River
pass Mt. Shasta, through..
the Sacramento Valley to the .
many famous resorts on the T
line of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
i For beautifully illustrated
j booklets, descriptive if Cali
fornia resorts; address.
We arc building on a permanent foundation, and nothing is too good ,f or us.
0ur3trpng f!neis the Adler, pros. & Co. Rochester, m
Jhese are plotiies that are honest inside as well as attractive outside. If
you buy, and it proves; W Ije othervvi you money back without ,a wrd.
Better isfactionTa than can be secured in.any other ready-
made; as completejsatisfation as can be secured t in first-class made-to-measure.
This is our promise to all who make a trial of L. A., B. & Co.,
clothes, and we stand ready to redeem that promise to the- letter. You
arc always welome to drop in.
9 ' t
HERE'S THE. VERY SHOE YOU'Vt hZU
' ' LOOKIMC FOR
Cut from the softest, most flexible of
fine calf skin-with a " smooth, tough
lining a sole that is made to stand
trouble, arid just the right amount of
style. . It's one of the most popular of
KEITH'S KONQUER0R 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
- " i -J CJ Li. 1
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
JULY, PRICES IN JUNE
: Pongec Suitings
; Jacqiiard Swiss
Lawns and Dimities 15c
Lawns and Dimities I2 2c
50c a yard for regular 75c and 85c qualities
50c 4 " 75c '? 85c
20c " " 35c
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.
W. E: C0MAN, Gen. Passr. Agt.
Island Cttv Oretrou
. , Portland, Oregon.