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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1910)
LIMBURGER, EMPIRE RBICK, RO QUEFORT;' AND CREAM
CODFISH. HOLLAND HERUIXO, MA CKEREL. GOLDEN BL0AKER3
PAWSON BiO$M0CERliES Phone iack M
U GRANDE EVENING OBSEhVFR
Published Darty Except Sunday.
UEORUK IL Cl'BBEY.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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rued subject to Ue discretion of
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r save .aisappoinuusui. .
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tret Insertion; & per line for each
Resolution of condolence, fa a line.
would be only too glad to , do c
a return favor when you answer. AC
dress-L. Kramer. U. S. S. North Ca
n:, co Postmaster New York h
... H'e leave for Brazil soon ai
ih you could come -along. Weil
will close now. I remain youi3,
L KRA.M E-
The letter has been turned over tf
ft Publicity Club and literature w '
forwarded. ''" ' '"
PROFITABLE TO HOTERT.
'eliruary brings considerable boon',
niou") lo hunter.
County Clerk Ed Wright has t ch
illed the February scalp bounty i
iues and it has been found that $1'
a the total paid out for scalps. ; C
bis amount, 96 coyotes were paid for
tlx bobcats and three cougars.
' Peevish DeosoM who bave been
complaining about the Increased cost
of living will be tskfiu tS prw lb
softedal and be thankful they are
here at all when they learn that it
costs from $25 to $50 more to be born
now than it did ten years ago, says
a N,ew York special.
The chances are they would not be.
here to murmur if they had to pay
the excessive Initiation fee that is
being charged nowadays. In common
with everything else, the . fare from
fairyland to New York has gone up
by leaps and bounds since Stork &
. Co.,, the passenger agents on this line
have a monopoly., A protest to the
J?u.bllc Cerviee Commission to serious
ly thought of,
Ten years ago at'eket which, land
ed you on earth cost $13', with' a few
. dollars extra for the services of a
whit capped conductoress. but now
the Burgeons who act as a reception
committee for the new member de
mand from $50 to $75. Thousands of
Infants cannot afford the trip. The
Increased expense in a manner ac
counts for the number of twins and
triplets, as Stork & Co. give a special
rate to parties of two or more.
"It Is true that more Is charged in
these cases," said Dr. Frank R. CaBt
ler. "We have made wonderful strides
and the patients get the benefit of all
that additional experience."
BEARING STILL PROG BE SSI SC
date has not completed Its evidence
honr today .
The state's evidence in the case o'
he State-vs. Laudermilk, baving.tr
lo with the homestead episode nea:
1'nion, was not all Introduced at r
late hour this afternoon and It is un
certain when the case will come- t
on any witnesses are still
THE GEORGE PALMER
r i .vvajjustsi":
.11 1 I
We Solicit Your orders lor
- ,npwi it fartialaig aUra saatartal ?.
. New Orleans, Mar 1. The govern
ment forces of Nlcaraugua'were re
inforced by 500 Honduran BoldierB
iccording to dispatches from the
The Hondurans have joined . Madrlr
at Managua. It is believed they nrr
commanded by Gen. Lara. . It is re
ported that many Salvadorans are al
so fighting for Madriz. : -Last
sfniitl ut 3fuiniifhn.
New Oilenns, March 1 The force
of the. government, -overwhelmed b;
j(tli, fighting wlih make shift weap
,jns, pnd dfssplrited,are dc:
peraiejy :liildlng Managua,' adfordir..
to dlsputcheR recleved here yesterday
The ' revolutionary aiyfiiy under thi
leadership of Chamarro are closing in
on the capital. Messages recieved
here confirm the report of the battle
of Elmoritta in which Gen. Romorra
of the government army was killed
and 200 government troopers taken
prisoners A Junction of provision
al forces under Chamarro and Estrada
is reported to have taken place and
fall of the capitol is oxpected soon.
mn ' Wall thn far- to 'alone to suc
eed G?orge Grlcfcr in th3 third
ward, aud E. Logsden Is the only
an at present who is an avowed
jtndidate from the fourth ward.
By next Thursda night the- last
jour for filing nomination will have
appeared, and though there js ample
i chance for a great big shuffle on the
political map stil It is not likely that
:here will be. Meyers for mayor, Cox
or recorder and Logan for treasurer
?em to be doomed to running a lone
ace for their respective offices.
Registration Closes Soon
Registration books close tomorrow
night and it behooves all to attend
'o this important matter at once.
Socialists a Study
Socialists have not yet shown their
hand, If they have one, and though
they niay yet, of course, appear with
a whole or a portion of a ticket, such
h procedure is not anticipated.
Every user of electric lights In the
city would find it profitable to visit
the electric light office in this city
and see the different kinds of light
globes tested. Those who pay large
light bills by so doing, have reduced
their light bills aerly, and In some
Instances one half. The company
takes pleasure In showing you how
to economize and a visit to their dem
onstratlng room is convincing.
Thrt rmnnr was curient on the
street yesterday that another elec
tion wmiM he reurired to decide
liiph school building would
be located. This Is an error. The
board will locate tho Bite.
4,000 WntehiiiuUrs Return.
Boston, Match 1 Four Thousand
watchmakers today returned to work
lu the Waltham Watch plant Com
pany, which had been shut down for
a Bhort time In order to curtail ex
OSlil 1-AB10B 15 THE CITY
AND FIRST CLASS SERVICE
FOB TEN CENTS
Next Door to the light Office
Week Beginning February 14
FOUR OUT FOR
ClWr Roosevelt Policies.
Minneapolis, Mar. 1. The, name of
Roosevelt was vociferously cheered
here by .100 leading merchants, man
ufacturers and shippers when Frank
B. ' Kellogg, the government "Trust
Buster" gave him credit for the en
actment of laws preventing railroad
rebates and today there is much specr
ulation as to the significance of the
demonstration. Kellogg delivered an
address on the relation of the gov
ernment to the railroads dast night
and contended that until the govern
ment la ready to control all railroad
rates and facilities entirely, It would
prohibit consolidation that, would de
Kellogg urged aganst allowing the
railroads to control steamship lines
and declared the Panama Canal will
be useless If It did not develop com
petition. Reference to Roosevelt was
Open Until 11
Unequalled Vaudeville -Al-
ways Something Hew
Professor Horn and
'' ; I His Educated Dogs and Monkeys
The Christies in
A Comical Musical Act "Gom to the Ball"
in ilUstrated songs
Pictures Change 3 times each Week
We Always Have the Besi'cfjue Don't Show
- ; : : : i ;
Two Shows everyeveiitic. Eocts cp cn zt 7:15 aid IA5
Admission 10c and 20c. Matinee Wednesday and Sciut
day, Admission 5c and 10c
Don't Miss This Show
' J. A. OLIVES.
Gasoline wood saw.
Phone orders to lllack 1851-
Mutton selling at $6.40 per hun
dred and hops ut nine and ten cents
we cannot expect to get many chops
off tho block for IS -centn.
Postmaster ltlcliey Has I'rvak
Among the strange things and eiln
tles that come to a postmaster, Is one
received today by postmaster Rlchcy.
It follows vei-batum:
Knw Yard. Norfolk. Va , 2-:-10.
Sir I hope you will excuse the
Btyle of butting in whore I am not
known, but me and my pal are think
ing about coming out there and tak
ing up a timber claim. We are good
stickers and made of the right goods
and have the coin In with tho rest.
We have traveled all over this old
' llobe and I think we could make good
i fn this kind of a country. Now If
' you will writ? nnl lot know about
i the timber country, me and my pard
.Will be much obliged to you and welikely that anyone will appear against
Another attraction loomed up in
the tight for. City Chief of Police
when It. Mathews, for a time on the
r.(i;ht force as special police, com
menced circulation of his nomination
petition yesterday evening. This
makes a four cornered race foi tho
poaitlou'nnd makes even more uncer-
'tnin the outcome of the affair. Wal
den. Porter and Ray burn were the
three candidates in tho field prior to
Coiincilslilp MiiriiH Up.
What npperas to be a one man
affair in the first ward for a success
or to K. W. Kanimerer has turned to
a dual event when John Kt Orvlce,
an agent for a Portland Drug com
pany, and who lives In South La
Grande, filed his nomination for coun
cilmnn from that ward. This makes
two from that section of the city.
Other Couucllnirn Singly
Vp to date only ono councilman la
after the other honors. In tho ec
ond ward Kd Reynolds is rum,lup
i alone to succeed himself and It Is not
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given, that the
underrlgned, administrator of the es
tate of Anna M. Stearns, deceased,
will make final settlement of hi"
accounts wlta said Estate as such
administrator on Saturday, the 12th
day . of Mrarh, at 10 o'clock of said
days at which timo all objections to
said final account will be heard and
the estate distributed to the heirs
at law of the deceased.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
8th day, of February, 1910.
J. F. STEARNS.
Administrator ct the estate of Anna
M. St arns, Deceased.
Cochran & Cochran, Attorneys fo
Bargains In Real Estate.
NO. 1. 167 acres Sandrldge land,
near Imhler; a good five room
house, barna and other out build
. lngs. 10 acres good orchard of
which 8 Is In good bearing; 30
acres In fall wheat, 10 acres In hay.
balance all good grain or potato
land, all under good fence, one mile
from the town of Imbler, 1-2 mile
from school. About $1000.00 worth
household goods and
goes with the
f $16,956, Easy
1 Co to the Oregon. Roeming and Boarding
Hcuse For A'ewy Furnished Fccks
1 Dining Room in Ccnhedicn
MRS. G. E. MOORE, Prop.
HltlHTi "I ii iqj
fit nearly nev
place o '
Treasurer's Call for City Wan
Notice Is hereby given tbi
are now funds on hand '
outstanding warrants Is
"ral Fund of La Qra
and Including, No. 7
April S, 1908.
Interest on all warrants oi ,-jae-
ral Fund from No. 7340 to No. 7470,
inclusive, ceases from this date.
3AY W. LOGAN.
" . .. - cultlvat
, .v". '. ' good barn
. tlldlngs. A
,, . orchard, 60 crea ..
md timothy hay, good wa
. ',ght R. F. D. by the door.
of a mile from school. About
400 worth of personal property
goes with the place at the price of
No. 3. 20 acres adjoining the above
tract; splendid land well adapted
to fruit growing or' anything else.
A small house and under fence.
N 4. 60 acres, 7 miles from La
Grande. Good new 5-room house,
good barn and other outbuilding.
Two good living springs, and a
stream of water for Irrigation; all
under good cultivation. R. F. D.
by the door. Telephone line. Prlco
No. (.162 1-i acres near the Cou
rtly ware bouses, all la fall wheat
and alfalfa bay; good laprove
Ttents. If sold at once caa be pur
chased for $14ft.NL I
GEORGE PALMER, Pres. V L. BRENriCLTS 'Asst. Cash
F.J. HOLMES.lVlce.Pres. SHERV tCD;VILLlAMS, ?rd Attrc.fh
LA GRANDE NATIONAL BANK
OF LA GRANDER OREGON
United States Depository
Capital and SurpIus$180,CCO.OO
I George Palmer C. C. Penlro
.J.tioInyts G. L. Cleaver
W. J. Church F. M. Byrhlt
Meyers W. L. Brenholts
W. M Pierce
With our ample resources and facilities we can ren
der you efficient service and handle your business
ta your entire satisfaction
No. tv A modern 5-room house and
lot 60x120, In a good location and
on eash terms for $2200.00.
No. 7. Two lots on Fourth street, 4
room house, small barn, city water
and good welt Can be sold en the
lnstallement plan for $700.00.
No. 8. For 1776.00, one of the best
houses fat Old Town; 7-room house,
tone foundation. Two lots, a snip
if taken at evca.
No. I. Three room house and one lot
on Jefferson it Hoem tarnished,
good well; wood abed on the alley,
all for thaTn i .
No.l0.-Aflve room brick mode
15Jn,B' barn- od "hed. two lota,
mxm. .man orchard, shaae treea!
4U fenced for $2000.00.
lo. 11. A four room cottage on "O-
t, close in. two Iota, cltr water.
and wood shed. On easy tern, at
tha remarkably low price of $1400.
I will be pleased to ahow yo any
of the above bargains at any tlma.
whether yon buy or mat.
Totra maectrsUr. ,
C J. BLACK, the Real KitatJ Mat.