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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
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D. H. STEWARD, Proprietor and Manager.
THE MACK SWAIN THEATRE CO.
A BIG CITY SHOW
5 Nights Commencing Tluir. Apiil 10
NEW PEOPLE NEW SCENERY
f Popular Prices-IOc, 20c and 30c I
Seats" on tale Sunday morning at Van Burens
dceks en local ard coast
R1KG, TRACK AND DLAMOnD
ATKEKA (if IS StA AND WMARD.
Dan Shea, the crack catcher, who play
ed with San Francisco latt year, has
signed with the Athena team and will
catch for them the coming season.
Danny is well known in this city and is a
strong addition to th Athcr.a team
Frank Willard the , well known twirler
will also be with the Yellow Kids this
NELSON AND HERRERA IN
Los Angeles April 5 Bittling Nelson
and A. Herrera who meet In a 20 round
battle in this city on May 1 1th have both
spent the day looking for training quart
ers. The dane visiteb the Lucky Baldwin
ranch and Fairview Springs and will
probably pitch camp at one or the other
of these places.
Herrera will locate in a cottage
near Casa Verduso. Nelson leaves for
Cataliha Friday for a day or two of rest.
VfrAT TO EATO
Is the question that preplexes the housewife these days.
Call at our store and select a menu from our choice line
of canned goods. Or, better yet, we have on hand vege
tables and other delacicies that will relieve tiie monoty of
the usual spring menu. Remember, our delivery is at
your service whether the order is large or small.
MRS. MAGGIE SHEARER. Prop.
Having purchased the Boss
Meat Market from J. Bull
& Company, we wish to
inform the citizens of La
Grande that we will endeavor
to merrit the patronage which
the Market has enjoyed, and
will appreciate any and alj
trade which we should receive.
Our endeavor which at all
times to please our patrons by
rendering the best possible
service. A trial order is
KROUSE BROS Prop.
Successor to J. Bull and Go,
EAGLES La Grande Aerie 259 F. 0.
E. meets every Friday night in Redmen
Hall. Lewis Buildingat 8 p. m. Visiting
hrethran invited to attend.
1. R. Snook W. S-
Dr. O. L. Biggers W. P.
I. O. O. F. La Grande Lodge No. 16.
meets in their hall every Saturday night
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
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n. Eta UWUUU, II. w.
D. E. Cox, Sec.
MAY LIVE WO YEARS ,
The chances for living a full century are
excellent in the case of Mrs. Jennie Dun
can, of Haynesville, Me, now 70 years
old. She writes; "Electric Bitters cured
me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years
standing, and made me feel as well and
strong as a young girl." Electric Bitters
cure Stomach and Liver diseases, Blood
disorders. General Debility and bodily
weakness. Sold on a guarantee at
Newum Druo Co.'s drug store. Price only
Have you pains in the back, inflamma
tion of any kind, rheumatism, fainting
spells, indigestion or constipation, Hollis
ters Rocky Mountain Tea makes you
well, keeps you well. 56 cents.
Newlii Druo Co.
I.A GRAIDH SCHOOL
PROF. DAY, PRINCIPAL. -j.
MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
Thi is one of the best musical in
institutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
begininng todiscover the advantage
of this school. The system ;Uhe
latest ana mosi pruuw.
eludes all the latest disooveriesm
the art of teaching music. The
school Is divided into two depart
ments: No. J is for beginners from
6 years or more and are taught
the first three grades. Pupils come
one hour each day. This is no kin
dergarten system but far superior.
In No. 2 the grades are from 2 to
6. Here they graduate. Pupils
take one or two lessons a week as
they desire. No scholars will be
nrmittd to remain in this school
STAR ENCAMPMENT. No. 51. I. O.
0. F. Meets every first and third Thurs
days in the month in Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting patriarchs always welcome,
G. E. Fowler, C. P.
D. E. Cox, Scribe.
M. W. A- La Grande Camp No. 1701
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. O. F. hall. All
visiting neighbors are cordially invited to
attend. C. S. Williams, V. C.
John Hall, Clerk.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each Thurs
day night in Redman hall. Brothers
are invited to attend.
Fre-Hon Chief Ranger
L. L. Snodorass Financial Sec.
Beard of Trustees Dr. G. L. Biooers
John Hall and C. S. Williabl ,
FRIENDSHIP TENT No.Rl.K.O.T
M. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays
each month in I. O. 0. F. ha'l. isiting
H. C. Ball. Com.
Mox Bloch, Record Keeper
L. 0. T. M. HIVE No. 27. Meets every
first and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the Redmen hall. All visiting
ladies are welcome.
Maude Lons Lady Commander.
M. C. Vessey, Record Keeper.
B. P. 0. E.. La GRANDE LODGE No.
tlS- Meets each Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Elks hall, on Adams Ave
nue. Visiting Brothers are cordially in
vited to attend. .......
F. S. Ivanhoe. ExalteJ. Ki'ler
G. E. McCuu-Y. Recording Se-retary.
LA GRANDE LODGE No. 169,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD rf.ls
every Friday of each month in
the K. of P. hall in the Corp building. AH
visiting members welcome.
N. L. Ackles, Consul Commander
J. H. Keemey, Clerk.
RED CROSS LODGE. No. 27-Meets
every Monday evening in Castle Hall.
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome to
all visiting Knights.
N. L, Ackles, C, C.
R, Pattisom. K. R. A S. -f
PETITIONS All IN
VMrdav w Mm Ut riiiv for enndi
date to file their petitions and the fol
lowing is a list cf county candidates who
will appear upon the official. ballot for the
primary elections to be held April 20. s
For Joint Senator Union. Umatilla and
Morrow counties. W. G. Cole, Pendleton.
For Represents tives-S. R. Haworth.
La Grande; N. C McLeod, Elgin; . Geo.
Miller. Cove; Geo. Ruckman, Ahcel.
Joint Representative Union and Wal
lowa counties. Jay H. Dobbin.
County Judge J. C. Henry, La Grande;
R. H. Lloyd, Elgin; H. C. Rinehart, Sum-
merville; W. B. Sargent La Gran Je; J. T.
County Clerk Jas. B. Gilham, La
County Recorder D. H. Proctor, La
County Sheriff Chas. Hug; Elgin, Jas.
Murphy, La Grande, Chas Playle. Alicel;
Wm. Randall, Alicel.
County Treasurer John Frawley, La
County Commissioner Ben Brown
Island City; Edward Divine, Ladd Creek:
J. T. Galloway, Elgin.
Coronor J. M. Hiltz, La Grande. '
Joint Senator Union, Umatilla and
Morrow counties. Walter Pierce, Pen
County Judge M. A. Harrison, Island
City; Jack Oliver, La Grande.
County Sheriff F. P. Childers, La
Grande; Fred Gaskill, La Grande; T. B.
Johnson, La Grande; J. H. McLachlin, La
County Commissinner Robert Bluem
enstein, Elgin; S. L. Brooks, Summer
ville. County Surveyor Arthur Curtis, La
within the city and see that all houses
are properly numbered to comply with
the regulation of the post office depart
ment so that there will be no delay in
having the free mail delivery system es
tablished by the government
6th. That the Ways and Means com
mittee is hereby instructed to have or
dinances prepared amending ordinance
No. 8. series 1890, to provide for an in-
increase of saloon license from $400 to
$600 per annum, and to prepare an or
dinance to license, tax and regulate all
callings, trades and employments that
the public good may require, and that
are not already taxed, or that are not
prohibited by law. and furthermore that
the said committee report as to the gen
eral city tax and the special poll tax
against property as provided in the chart
7th. That the Mayor is hereby re
quested to exercise the power and auth
ority vested in him by the charter, ordin
ances and standing rules and resolutions.
and enforce the rules during the sessions
of the council, and that he exercise a
careful supervision over the city's general
affairs and its subordinate officers as
provided in the charter, and that he must
see that, in the conduct of the city's bus
iness that the charter, ordinances, ' rules
and regulations pertaining to the duties of
officers and committees are strictly com
8th. That the City Attorney be re-
nuired to draw all ordinances, contract
and legal documents of whatsoever nature
that the committees or council may re
quire, in the regular course of business,
and for such services no extra compensa
tion to be allowed other than regular sal-
ry. , '
9th. .That the Recorder i .hereby or
dered to prepare a complete poll tax list
of the names of all persons liable for the
payment of poll tax in the city, according
to law, and that for the purpose of mak
ing said list he may have access to any
old list used by former collectors, to the
list of voters at the city election just past
to the county list that has just been com'
piled and to the city directory. The re
corder is also instructed to comply with
the rules and law that have been enact
ed defining the duties of his office, and
that in the preparation and present
ation to the council of the reports of
the various officers of the 'city
he ' must see that said report are
written on the type writer or in a plain
legible hand, and in proper form for filing
with the city' document. In course of
time the city to furnish printed forms of a
regulation size and design. ,
10th. That it i required of all the
subordinate officers that they each per
form their duties as they have been pre
scribed under the laws and ordinances
and the rules and regulations, and that
they at all times be diligent and efficient,
and in their dealings with the public be
polite, obliging and courteous.
. 1 1th. That the street superintendent
shall collect all poll taxes as shown in the
list to be prepared by the city recorder.
and from alt persons liable for this tax
whether citizens or aliens, of whatsoever
color or nationality.
THE BUSINESS MAN thoroughly appreciates the
advantages of a
do. not keep such an
checking account with a bank
account miss many of its advantages,
We are always glad Co explain the workings of a checking account
to those who are not familiar with banking.
Interests paid on time deposits and in savings department
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
farmers and' Uradors
f jCm Srntt Orym
UU 1NU 1 WAli
You can't buy a share after April 16th.
We told you that Aurelia Stock would take a jump soon and the
time has arrived.
AURELIA STOCK IS WORTH 12 UTS.
PER SHARE TO DAY
and by April 16th the books will be closed and not a share for
sale! Now is the time to join on the Grand Floor. ' '
AURELIA MINING CO.
J. A.THRONSON, Pr. J L. CORBETT, Vce Pr.
A large shipment of . Records reached
us this morning from the factory. Come
and hear them. You will likely want
some of them. '
W. K. Davis.
1316 Adam Ave. '
who do not study.
the candy tor.
IN A HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAN
He will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home in less time than
it takes to tell it
Day phone Red 761
Night phone Black 1792
Wagon always at your servfc
fOR FAMILY USE
Every family in town" should have a
box of soap from our window this week
at 20 cts. Come in or telephone us. .
- Newum Druo Cq. -
HOW TO CURE DYSPEPSIA
To form an idea how osteopathic treat
mint may give one a better digestion
without having prescribed any artificial
pjpsin, it is only necessary to get some
conception of how the normal stomach di
gests food without medical aid in- the
first place. What performs the work of
digestion? Gland which secrete digest-
ant and muscles which churn tha food
around and move it onward? Yes, if you
consider the immediate agency, but what
is back of these muscle and gland cells to
keep them going and properly regulated?
Nervous energy and the blood supply.
Her is the graat source of physiological
energy. These agencies feed and regu
late all processes of life. , They are like
wise the Osteopath's only "medicine."
Osteopathic treatment consists, not in
trying to supply more nerve force and
blood than a patient possesses, but in ut
ilizing what he ha properly. This treat-'
ment is finding out what obstructions in
the body have prevented th normal nerve
energy and blood sustenance from reach
ing the organ of digestion a id then re
moving such obstructions, allowing Nature
to do her proper work. That's all. No
wonder, then, that Osteopathy cure dys
pepsia. Osteopathic Health, f
" NOTICE TO SETTLE
All persons who are indebted to J. Bull
& Company are notified to call at the old 1
place of business arfd settle same by I
May 1, 1906.
J. Buu.ii Comfav.
TREASURER'S CALL FOR GTY WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given that there are
now funds on hand to pay all outstanding
warrants issued on General Fund of La
Grande City, up to and including, No. 4900
endorsed May 1 1th, 1904.
Interest on all warrants on General
Fund from No. 4769 to No. 4900 inclus
ive, ceases from this date.
There are also funds in the treasury to
pay all warrants issued against Water
Fund of La Grande City, up to and in
cluding No-, 69 17 endorsed Nov. 10,1905
Interest .on all warrants on Water Fund
from No. 6836 to No. 6917 inclusive,
ceases from date of this call.
La Grande, Oregon, April 8, 1906.
J. K.Wrioht, City Treasurer.
John L. Rand, candidate for congress
passed through the city last night enroute
to Portland. ...
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor, '
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
General Blacksmiths, We manufacture The Fitzgerald Roller Feed
Mill., the best and cheapest mill on the market Our shops are
equipped with machinery to handle any sized work, nothing too large
' or nothing to small. Highest prices paid for old iron.
La Grande National Bink
ESTABLISHED j887 J
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160,000 00
. OPPICBRS AND DIRECTORS , -
ORGE PALMER, President. J. M. BERRY.Vice President.
F. L. MEYERS, Cashier;
GEORGE L. CLEAVER. Assistant. Cashier. . '
W. L..BREN HOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
BERRY, , ; F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CONLEY,
C. C. PENINGT0N, F.J.HOLMES.
General banking business,
parts of the world
Drafts drawn on all
This drug store trie to serve every
customer so well that they will not think I
f gsing elsawiier for drug store good.
A. T. Hill, Pr;i-itio.Drug g
THE WONDER WORKER
THROAT DR. K8NC'S"1 LUMPS
n CHAS. EBY. SR, of Elizabeth, 111., wrltesi "I pHd out over $160 to local phy
sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward
bought a $I.OO bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents
of this one bottle I was entirely cured."
Wei SOe and $1.00 'ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial Bottles Fren
SOLD m RICCDLD CY
Newliri Drug Company