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Li Grande veninHteiver
PnbUxbed Dally Eiwi Sunday.
" CL'lTltEY BIIOT1LEKS,
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interedTrthepotofnce at La Grande
as second-claws mutter.
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ject to the discretion of the editor.
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Resolutions of condolence, 6c a Hm.
Carda of thanks, Se a line.
A chilling atmospnere invues -r
no flowers. A forbidding face
and tone call out no buds of ten-
derness of affection from those.
about us. Be genial, grateful,
warm-voiced, wnrm-hearted, and
nee how soon the world around
you will blossom In unexpected
cordiality and friendliness. We
lose ho much by shyness and dif
fident? and suspicion, to soy
nothing of actual, culd-hcurte.i-n-s
and lack of interest towards
Till-: LAST W r.I-"K.
This is the last work of the stale
legislature, and, naturally, the nmsl
(tienuous of the session. There are
scores of bills thai have passed one
or the other house, and to become a
law must- receive final and. favorable
ronsldcratlon during the next few
days. Of eouise, only a few will ever
nee the light of day, hut each and
every legislator will exhibit his utmost
oiiiiitv to secure favorable action on
his one or mole bills pending.
Whatever comment may be mad
after the sifslon Is ended and the!
pets carefully considered, on
!:mds out prominently: the
lure as a body has followed
of the peoplo. Notwithstanding tin
pi-eat pressure which win brought t
.bear on the election of a senator,
where there were monetary cuisld-
cvaUoiis at lent tiwst"d. political
imt.-..unee to offer. rifiy loyalty of
the most Intense, character npneaW
to mid manv minor excuses of more or
IrsM weluht cited, and last, but Slot
lenut. bv nnv means, there were no
jiinull number of legislators who slim
ed statement No. ! umVr persuasion
tw.iiei tntr I'l.tl there was not the ten:-.!
possibility of the condition (iil.-iji
whlth diil arise. With all tie-- .iliTi
f.nl r l;.e,l f.n.'uMei'ofI tt t silt to Nine
that each an.', every promise was fill
filled to the letter. Another lllStalK'.
was the a i tempt of the H'l'tor rest:,
to aniCiid i'Me loriil option law so h
"wXuld be of little effect. Here, on-.-move,
was great pressure brought to
b ar, backed in a manner by the h"P
growcrs' of what was represented v
be the greatest hop-producing slate in
the United States, but without avail.
The will of the people in Oregon Is
rtillnr as It never old before. Two
-.ling legislatures Ivivc in'-i am.
M the ,leiu'll'lte.l .lav ol I tie III
lo.e.. ..I.ele.l :1 I II licit .-I'M
11 Pulled SC
c tintor, th
man whom t'.- j . , -. . i . J . - .h
le.l to reresenl th.-lll III
the federal i-'itu-i'i-,
ii simi'iir method ma
and this was ii-e-alle-was
(ireu-o'i are the 1 t . '
t'l th.covv. and I"'
nr io t th. n ,-.h mi
litntifi: f-r th. ir .c
Itlven a jo ... ti.-i!
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no oth- r I'orii
toih'V. If It jo...-, s
w,. are s,,.irn; ii'
shows by r I
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hy the eXr-l',
lions, m.t -It did make one that shoe.ia.
,..,,1 do.lt.tless Will re. -Ive ee-l- ih- l.-
t'.m. and that I-', th. m i r ef ;"
bltnir n dd'-u c .1 !'''
of trrfane r lc"!1 ry 'e h;ii- ll'-- m:t-
I,,. - i ..;;'. ) ;.rs n I v 'm
the txpenHf would be trifling.
The people of Union county are
unxioiiKly awaiting the reHult of the
bill now before the legislature, Intro
duced by Senator Oliver, to provide
for a school at Union. Word was re
ceived here Saturday night that Mr.
Oliver thought he was going to get
his bill through. It In to be hoped that
he will be successful.
We were really surprised to greet so
many of our friend on the streets tills
morning. With 31 unpublished grand
Jury Indictments, we expected to nee
our local column miite replete with
it Is '(.ported authoritative iy that
no less than $700 was spent on valen
tines in this city during the past week.
Our dealers had unusually large stocks
and few were carried over.
The Irrigation project Is simply at a
standstill for a few days, awaiting the
arrival of David Eecles, who wrote
several days ago that he expected to
be here within a few days.
Yest'-rday being the Sunday desig
nated as National Day, and observed
by most of the Christian organizations
in some form or other throughout Un
united States, La Grande was not be-
intl in observing the day and special
sermons or addresses were ueiivereu :n
nost of the churches In this city. At
Ihe I'tesbyterlan (Jiutch, the pastor.
!);. Ki-emnnn, did not deliver his mm-
al evonlir; discourse, but instead, In
vited Attorney Charles Cochran and
Hon. Walter M. fierce, to deliver ad
dresses, taking for their subjects
"Washington" and "Lincoln," re
spectively. Until addresses wife mas
terpieces, historically and oratorlcu iiy.
Hoth gentlemen demonstrated tli.it
they were thorooiH, acquainted with
their . subjci Is a Ad wi-re able to en
lighten th.-ir hearers rer-pi-dlntf manv
i :tts relative to the lives and acts ef
these tie-ii, wlto, each In his own 1 1 ; n
aid way, was able to render the na
; n such everlasting benefit.
The church ntid'lorium was Iv'.tiM
ftilly decorated with the national coi
n's making the effect most pleasing
as well as intensely patriotic. Spe
cial music for the occasion was ren
dered by the choir, which added ma
terially to the pleasure of the eve
Piirlland. Feb. 1 V --clal. ) The
IciMticss men. ministers, school chil
dren and citizens of Portland Renerally
are busily enpiiccd this week sendiiv,'
rsonal letters to their trien.is a
wliich In addition to must cf-
-lively a.hertisini? the fact that
-oivon is the lilac- for you." ami
I'ivinvr the low colonist rat 's to this
state, contains the following con-.'.n-.-d
facts on Oregon:
drc'-ion has one-sl;h the standitv-:
-iie. her of th- Pnlted States, or in. n-e
h.ra anv ..th. r s'a'e. tl,.v.Ttuil.-nt e
tlmite. :t' Ml, 0, hi. CllO. imo feet.
, st iin.levei.ired ana now ava!',
.,l ie to the h -ime-maker and lave;.
'Ailf mi on the market in 1 Tin-
..ill he the III i-t Ills. i. HIS lllelcn cat !!'
Vltcle Sim's .loin ii.1 caritii; the -
... t. i.iiii i.n f.-i'd.
o, . ti N a n at'ii al .'.al
'!.; :.i ,,r , "net tt T.Oe.l.a
,,...,. from "..ooo.ioel fivi
stern I otl on has r -
nth in the year, i'.anl.
..t t !i I- en- ,i; j -he si -it-
tiirnsc of from $300 to $1000 per aero
on fruit lands are not exceptional.
Poultry products, $5,000,000 annual
ly. Local market demands three times
that amount at highest prices.
Oregon hns water powers (bcl'i
rapidly developed) sufficient to run all
the machinery in the United Stales.
Llvit'tock In the state Is estimated
at $75,000,000 packing plants now
building insure. a trebled market.
Oregon has two prosperous mining
sections, located In the eastern and
southern portions of the state gold,
silver, Iron, copper and oil among Ihe
If.is diversity of' climate und foils
sv.l'ed to evevy product of the lempet-
uie zin, not duv';-' dent upon lioi t
Many luiches were served late to
day because the La Grande band
made Its Initial bow to the public un
der the new regime, and few who
heard the first maesure of the opening
piece at the high noon stret concert
today went home until that piece and
others were finished. With a large
membership In attendance Prof. See
lack put his undcfstudles through the
renditions with n vim and spirit that
created both mental and spoken com
pliments. The band gives its first
annual bnll at the Elks' club hull this
evening und by way of prelude, dis
coursed a few of its choice selections
on the street at noon. The band In its
entirety will play an overture or two
this evening, while the lovers of the
light fantastic tripping o'er n glassy
"loor are assembling for the evening's
dance. Then will break out that
op. ring dance number to a tj-pb-cr
ir.-.'a-sira. said by all to be the best of
:!:! i.lnil that lias catered to the d anc-
ig public In many years.
Poll wing the home band concert,
;e C'trtlss company took up the
In the meantime we are receiving regular shi ts of
HOT tiCVSE LETTUCE
Full line of the best
E. PCLRCK, Prop
Cell P.ionc Main 75
ily drus store.
rt horn's Kara-w2-.r.-2t
Sllverthorn's Drug store.
man how to
D.M. HUNT I
strain with Its 10-plcce band and-for
ii half hour kept the downtown street
resounding wkh melodious airs.
Yaudmlllo People Hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKen.le will
present up-to-date comedy at the Pas
time thenter this week. They open
with a "Tip on the Derby," but have
others etiuniiy funny. There Is mirth
and excitement In every act of "A Tip
on the Derby," and Manager Keflex
anticipates a crowded house this eve
ning. The moving pictures change
totlay, thus giving new faces and new
pictures for tU popular Plnc of
smusetnent. The MeKen'les come
Ufv from tV.i,Tj.;,;iil, ' tu,3 M)t rfci'l,T
that locu.'Jty Hpouk highly of their en
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice Is hereby given that I, W.
H. Severson, am from this date tuk
ing over the business known under
the firm name of Burger & Severson,
and am assuming: all obligations In
curred by them and receiving all
moneys due them, and will hereafter
engage In the business as The Sever
son Real Estate and Rental Agency.
February 15, 1909.
v W. H. SEVERSON.
GIVE ROYAL AKCII DF.GHEES.
To Ho Conferred Tuesday Evening
Many Visitors Expected.
Tuesday evening Royal Arch Chap
ter No. 9 will confer the Royal Arch
decree, at which time the local mem
bers are expecting to receive a num
ber of visiting members from the vari
ous chapters in this and Wallowa
counties. At the conclusion of the de
gree work a bamiuet and social hour
Dr. W. D. FfflcMillan
La Grande National Zzx.k Eldg
brand of canned oeds
"Mr. Spinr.ey says you can
! rise with the lark if you've
been out on one the night be-
"letters of Jennie Allen
10 IT ITKtlQ iVilbS WJUb
"WHEUE NOTIHXn IS
The value of a prescription depends upon the prompt
ness with which it reaches the sick room
"Do It Now"
is the motto which stands for much in our prescription de
partment. All prescriptions are fiiled as soon as received
and delivered as soon as filled. You know our reputation
fcr pure drugs and careful
We Cany Everything which Should be
Found in a Drug Store I
IIILL'5 DRQQ JTOREi
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
! D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops arid Foundry
Just the kind of drinks for cold
OAF,! BROTH BEEF TEA
CHOCOLATE With Whipped Cream
j l mm -
J---. :'. KIIK'S A Ql'KENJ SIII.'S A SIKKX!
is un exptes -'on that Is always heard at sight of a
well Ueve ..j woman. If you are flat-chested,
with iil undeveloped, a srawny neck, thin, lead
arm n mark will never be
"SI I' .' wafers will make you beautiful, bewitch
ing They DKVISLOP THE RL'ST in a week from
3 to 6 inches and produce a fine,
bosom. Thoy fill out the hollow
arms handsome? and well modeled
and shoulders shapely and of perfect contour.
Send for a bottle today and you'll be pleased and grateful. "SI
REN" wafers are absolutely harmless, pleasant to take, and convenient
to carry around. They are sold under guarantee to do all we claim
or MONEY BACK. .
Price $1.00 per bottle. Inquire at good drug stores or send DI
RECT TO US.
Fit I-. 13. During the next 30 days only we will send you a sam
ple bottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of 10c to pay cost of.
packing and postage if you mention that you saw the advertisement In
this paper. The sample alone may be sufficient if the defects are
DESK I. ESTHETIC CHEMICAL CO., 31 V. 125lh ST., XEW YORK.
The Cadallic Thirty Is Now Here
Come look it oxer and see rrcre cer value
for every dollar inuslec than jcu ever
We zho Have the Famous Aodc! 10 Buick
W ii. "BtiKNENKAMP CO
compounding - .:,
resetting and repairing
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l f-l l-
lLm9 CsmS W I
applied to yo'i.
firm, voluptuous I
places, make th?
and the neck
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LA GRANDE. OREGON
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