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3!0&AY, AI'RIL 19.1903.
U dunli t venini ODserver
published Daily Except Sunduj.
CiKOlUJK II. (UKUET.
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plication. . '
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Resolution of condolence, 5c a line.
" -Cards of thanks, 5 a. line.
This week-posslbly means more to
La Grande than any one single week
In our history. it Is the Intention of
the Commercial club If possible to
close up the subscription for the Ir
rigation project. It has been a short
tut strenuous campaign for the oortY
niittee, but the public have, responded
nobly. It Is no small undertaking to
secure stock subscriptions in a small
community to the amount of 1100,000.
It Is also quite uncommon for any
community to have such a worthy pro
pel to present we have at present :
. The time Is now at hand when thi
subscriptions books be closed and the
working of organizing for the actual
commencement of the undertaking.
The report of the graud Jury , of
I'matllla county is looked forward to
with much Interest. It is known that
no small' time of the Jury has been
with wufh Interest. It is known that.
.. no snrafl time of the jury has been
taken up In the considering violations
of the local option law. A detective
or two has been working In the coun
ty for several weeks and the report
only will tell what 1b to happen.
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The city council, of Pendleton ',h
considering sinking a well in the
hopes 'of securing an artesian flow.
It Is to be hoped that Its efforts may
prove successful. One of the factors
In the growth of any community Is
a wholesome water supply.
" Weston has pot given up hope by
ao,y roemiB.vt coHl?V!g tB .Normal
school amKH Is quite possible th.U
enterprising' community will be suc.
. ressful, .'''..
WALLA WALLA, April , I X. That
lhn peach crop of thU suction will L
aiiiiusi totai failure and t!ie a(tjIe only
aboit half. Is the assertion J. L, Du
mas of Dayton, who Is In Walla Wallii.
Mr. Dumas bases his belief on the ob
servations 'which he has made in his
own orchard and that of J. I).,Taggard
in the Touehet valley neaV Waits
burg, and from reports which he has
received from other fruit men.
Failure of the peach crop Is due to
the fact that fruit raisers neglected !
to Irrigate at the proper time, and to 1
their neglect to sufficiently thin their
orchards. "I have not seen a single
live bud this spring In the peach or
chards," said Mr. Dumas. "Of course
It may be possible that on some of the
upland orchards the crop will be good,
but In the Irrigated districts the crops
would seem at this time to be a total
failure' . :
The crop of apples will be only half
this year from appearances. Reason
for this shortage Is ascribed to the
heavy crops of the past two years and
the failure of orchtu (lists to thin their
trees sufficiently, -
FREE TO Y01MIT SISTER r&Wm!ZS?'.
1 an a woman.
. 1 know wihoiui's aoffaringa.
I bava found tha cur.
I will mull. fra of any eharfa, i Umt fcf
Mat with full iiutrooUoiia to any affarvr f rm
woman'! alliiiatila, I waut to tU a wumen abtnil
(hla core rta, my readHT, fur yoaraelf, your
daughter, yourniother.oryouralrter. I want to
at.ll you now to oora younolvaa at horn with
out tl help of a doctor, tiru jaaaH MHluratand
wotutm'a aufforluK. What wawuiuen knowfcaa
itatrtoaa, we know bettor than any doctor. I
kuuw tliat roy'homa trmtmrat ia aafa and aura
eura for ltacnM WkltM Jttekarfaj, Vkanlna. lia
elKMMir) ar futl a! flw Kuak, frlM, ttMly - rant a!
hrMdi, VttftM ar Onnta Taaatt, m SraiHit; ala attaa It
Iwai tact aai kanlt, af 4 HtHli, aarnataN.
trtht CnHn a It tliat, awtaackahi, awln tt iff, M
nuau. auiiMU, tM. aaa MaMaf ItmMm tkart MMlf
I- "X " ':-r.. ' J if RltoUM fOlHH VQ OUT KJ.
aaHrwj m to prora to 70a tnat you can cure
younwlf at horna, fiaally. qnlfklyand
nrttly. Bomnmbar, that, it wW cart km atHiiaf to
oi m fh tMtmint a eomulota trial : and if Ton
Wlh to oonttnna. It will eoat yon only about lfTotrntaa wek or Ima than two cwita a day. It
will not lntorfora with your work or oocuimtlon. Jurl urt mt raar mat aat aMrtu, tell ma how yon
anffiT If you with, ami I will aeud you th treatmnnt for your cum. v iitlrnjy f rnn.ln iilnln wrar
per, by roturn mail I will abioannd you frai (lent my book "WOMUt ONI SfOICU tOtlStl with
Miilanatory Ulii'traticutovvinrf wh wonion aulror.' and how ther emnraaily euro thumaalvca
at homo, fcvory womnnahould hTe ft, and lrn to ItM fw Iwrtttf. "ThMn ihn t ha doctor anya
' Jfou muot h an oimratlon," you oan ditd for yountalf. 'f hounHndii of women haeoured
thomsclvaa with my home r.-mly. It cnrwi ill la 1 m( T lUllwra if Daiftltr, I will axpUln a
Biiiipla home tntiriHr,t which aptiedliy ami i fl.-rtiialU cnn Iucorrhm-aiOreen Slckntwand
WW or Irregular Memttruatloa ia young LdlM, PluiupntMi and hlth alwaya rutultafrom
Whomrer yoo llr. t can ifer you to tadlaa of your own locality who kntiw and will gladly .
'H any anffxrvr tliat tlila imw Tmlntal really cam all wotnxn'a diiimt, and nmkea women well,
atrong, plunin and robuxt. Jt ut4 a rw uttnn, and the free tendayii treatment la your,alo
thnhook. WriU to-(br, aa you may not mv tnU offer in. Addreea
1S. M. summers. Bosh '- - Notre Dame, Ind., U. S.A.
1. ' V A- J
' Carrier on TacaUon. '
Carrier, Dave .toddard begins his
annual vacation of two weeks to
morrow. 11., C , nail, the other car-
' yier went to work- again last Thurs
day. -Mr. Stoddard ''has sold his home
place lu the 'first ward and has pur
chased the Abegg plaee In East La
Grande, so that his first day s pleas
ure will be that Incident to taklug
down and putting up stove pipe. Mr.
Btxddard says he. moves first thing so
--that he may all the onue appreciate
the remainder of hie vacntlou.
s put up !
- MnnEan Tile Remedy
. a tube with Tnoitle attached.
, tpplled directly to the affected parts.
Guaranteed. Price 50c. Sold at Wl
verthorn's Family drug store
Words to Frcee the Houl.
"Your son has Consumption. His
case is hopeless." These juit.lHrg
Words were spoken to Oeo. B F.levous.
rt leading merchant of SprinnjM. N.
C by two expert doctors one it It.ng
..pevlallst. Then was shown the won
rter(1 oower nt Dr. Kins Ntw DIs
.very. "After three weeks use.
writes Mr. Clowns, "he was a- well
a. ever. I would not take all th
money In the world for what It did
for my boy." lnfalllable for Coughs
Hnd Colds .Its the safest, surest curt
. ... T.nnir diseases o neartn
f,0r sn It M-
X0T1CE TO WATER CONSUMERS.
Water consumers not on meters will
please come. to the City Recontet s of
fice and fill out application before us
ing the water for Iriigalinj' p'. uma.
.) . ' U. C. (IILMAN.
4-19 5-1 ; ' ' ...Water Supl:
CAIN YOU ; SAY
1 own a home, my living ex
penses are almost nothing, I
have fruit, raiao my garden?
. IF NOT It's a pleasure that pays
try it. We have City property
that can be bought on cash
payments down from $50. to
$-'000. balance easy terms'. It
only cost you an hour of your
time to look over some of thoBe.
NEXT MONTH you will pay
more and have a poorer list to
select from. BUY NOW.
OXE OF THE GOOD ONKS.
'o. 14. A 5-roorh cottage nice
ly finished Inside, good location,
a dandy orchard (mpre fruit
than you can use) ONLY $3000.
one-third cash. This is close In
and will not be lorg on" the
Owner Jttust tfWre Oregon.
s Xo. 8. Is selling at a loss to
him a four-room house, 3 lots,
barn, furlt, close In. See us
for nrfre. -',:.-.
$5.V.0O BUYS. "
No. 22. One of the best square
C-ioom houbes lu the city
strictly up to date In every re
spect, South side , closely in.
The Van Dp Reclty Co.
THE EDISON LINE
Yes, v, e will I ave anything you wish in the Ed- :
. ison line and every tl:irg jou can find in the latent
catalogue, March lit'. March records are ' now
, on sale. ' ... We have the DoubleDi3c Records for the
JJsmall .sun of 65 cer ts each. :'; - :
Read what 1. Paderewski, thi worlds best .;
Pianoist, has to say in the Mario Trad-is Review
for the Webr Pixhr. When he says it is best it
must be p. , , " ;.. '.,.. -.'; .'
WE SELL VJtEIR AKD.ALL OTHER CC CD riAfiOS
PHONE ELACKJCn. ADAMS AVENUE'
! WALL PAPER
The Little Shop
906 Main St.
Stamping of all kluds. Includ
ing shirt waists & Center pieces,
done, embroidery lessons gtvt-n.
Orders taken and lessons given
In stenciling. Full line of em
All Ike newest things in wall psper. Pa
per your rooms with some of MAXWELL'S
exclusive designs. , r f
, -: " ".
Paints, Oils, Varnish
Janalac and Liauid Vcnccr
W H. : BOil RJEil SC AiVl P CO
"' l a KlfiOOIIIIMIf
Jusl recieved a new lot of Svvf's Pre-
mium Hams arid Bacon
See Our Easter Window Ds-:
"::';v; play I
City Grocery and Bakery,
E. PCLACK, Prop ' . I
Bell Pitone Main 75 Independent 241 J
' WHEN IT COMES TO
Purity of alla Drugs
sold here : : :
'5 DRUQ JT0KE
LA GRANDE, OREGON
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Gomplete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
- , ; D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor ,
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Ten Room Housz, Stone Fcuvdatian, Sijne Cellar, Two Blocks
from Depot, Furnished Ihroutt.eit
One half cash, balance on two years time at 7 per cent interest
SEASON OPENED AT I
ICE CREAM ami
l u Before the Bar.
' N H Brown, an atoroey ot Pitta
field. VU writes: "We h. used Dr.
Kins?'- New Ufa Pill, tor ywrs and
rlne we wouldn't U without them,
AIX WORK C.rAUANTKKD.
A Fhoo x)riy rralred
w-ortlikita, but a proKTly
tvnlm) Shoe U good m new.
work pleases and satisfies.
BUSINESS f tLEOE
WAS M 1 NOTO Ti A ..TM STRCCTS
, : PO''' OREGON ', '
I N. K.WEST, Pres. T. J. SCRCCCIN, Cash
Wm. MILLER, Vice Pres. H. E. CCCLICCE, Asst. Cash
ADDING NEW ACCOUNTS
We are constantly adding new accounts and
. xour business is increasing at a very satisfact- '
ory rate. Probably ycu might te glad and
iH it . " . '
United States National Bank
Of La Grande
H. f. Coolidqt
E. P. Staples
C. T. Bacon .
J. L Cavir.es
pftp CbUX. Constipauon.
cr Slrk Headsche tbr wor
H Th Echool tat IWv. I ; a Good Potitum
- THE OU PrtK8TOM STAND.