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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1904)
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THERE IS AN ORDINANCE '
From running t largt , but you can see
them iu tbs itmli just the lime. Tbe
only iaf way it protect your lawn and
flower gsrdsns is tp fenoe agaimt them. I
bare several different styles of yard fenoe
tprioeeto tut all Also all heights of
poultry fenoe for yonr chicken yard.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY
Shovels Spades, Hardware
ON CITY PROPERTY.
4-room house with barn and orchard, i blk ground
on 4th street, prise 1700, 200 cash, balance on time.
6-room house, Madison aye., price (1000, $250 down,
balance to suit. 6-room house, Valley ave., 1550 cash .
2-room house, By. street, (250, (50 down, balance (10
per month. Lots (50 to (100, (10 down bal on time.
We are not in the real estate business, therefore
ean sate yon the profit. We take in snaps and sell
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Corner Fit and Adams.
2ZSZtfa $n Mj,Ji one 581
, The Dry Land Alfalfa grows without irri
Red Clover, Alfa.fa and all kinds of
Garden Seed in bulk
Seed Wheat, Baled
Barley, Oats, Etc'
The only Seed House in
A.. V. Oliver
ROSS & ANDREWS
We are prepared to do all
kinds of repair work and
pressing. Send in your
Ross & Andrews,
-TAILORS AND GENTS FURNISHINGS.
A FEW OBSERVATIONS
BY OUR REPORTERS
April Fooll ,
Mn C M Blevans i.'vUitlng" fiiaoda
In tine Cove. ,
Mm J A McWhlrterlt visiting frindt
E 8 McComaa m a La Grande viii.
Harry Burroughs la at present virit
injc lo Pendleton. .,..-..
Joe Snodgraas la now baggage master
at Colfax for the OBAN.
The Chicago atore front la being
treated to a new coat of paint.
Don't pick op everything yon aee on
tbe sidewalk! today, or you may be
Ap.il fooled. .
Tbe fine weather of yesterday was
greatly appreciated after tbe siege of
. Proposals tor the city ball site may
be banded In to mayor J E Foley or
recorder Miller up to noon today,
By referring to tbe Chicago atore ad
yon will note they have special shoe
aale today and tomorrow. .
Geo Harmon who made a business
trly to Beattle and other Hound points
returned yesterday morning. ,
Dsri Out Bmglodrrl J'K Fi'sGeratd
W L Luak , Moso Ellidge, Mrs Lusk
end Mrs Fit zGer aid.
For t ie Fair
. Portland, March 81 If plans of Lin-
coln-Urflell Post, O. A. R , of this
city, meet the approval of tbe Lewis
and Clark Fair mtnsyers, the hinto ic
log cabin which once served as head
quarters for general Grant and wbicb is
now at tbe 8t Louis Eipoaltlou serving
as headquarters for the fraternal asso
ciations, will be brought to Portland
aud placed on exhibition at Portland's
The Paschal Moon.
The Paschal moon, which regulates
the time time of Baxter Sunday, ap
peared bright and clear in the heavens
last night. It is tbe first full moon af
ter the spring equinox. Easter Sunday
Is tbe first Sunday after the paschal
moon, Tbe name "paschal" comes
from the Hebrew, meaning "pasBOver,"
Christ was crucified at the time of the
H P Stewart, of Union, sold his Sue pasaover, and it alwajs tomes with tbe
Tbe undersigned lias purchased
tbe buain so known us tbe Harris
Cash Meat Market aodvill here
after conduct tbe samp.
We wish to inform tbe publi
that we are prepared to furnis
all kinds of meats, game an
poultry at the very lowest price
consistent with first-clas articlt
We have our own del vei
and make two trips daily to t).
Old Town. Highest markt
price paid for all cuttle, hogs anil
sheep. We solicit a share id
your patronage And guarantee
the very best satisfaction.
Phone orders receive prompt
and careful attention.
Harris meal market across the
track. Phone 1601.
TURNER & WALTER
residence and raooh thla week to T
Martin of Medical Springs for $0000.
J E Foley will resume the manage
ment of the Hotel Foley on April 10,
Mr Fisher's lease expiring on that date.
G W Thomas of the firm of Book &
Thomas is in Baker count? preparing to
turn out on the range about 800 bead
Mrs Cbas Baker was brought up from
Elgin yesterday for medical trtat'ueut,
Bhe has not been able to walk for the
past ten days.
It has been erroneously publish- d
that tbe reunion of the Bine Mountaln
University students will be held In the
Opera House Saturday. The reunion
will be held In Elks ball.
Eev Van Nuya is having hie furniture
packed and shipped to Pendleton and
expects to leave for his tiew home Mon
day evening. Next Sunday will be his
last sermon as pastor in this city.
A receptiun will be tendered to Rev,
and Mrs Van Nuys at tbe Presbyterian
church this evening as a farewell recep
tion before Uie pastor and his family
leave for Pendleton.
W L Hale and S 0 Johnson, of- Sum
merville, were Observer callers Thurs
day, they report ererthing bright for a
good business. Several new residences
will be commenced just as soon as the
weather wl!l permit.
u, orge nenry, one oi uie oldest em
ployes of the OB & N at this point,
left yesterday mornln; for California on
a vacation trip. He will spend a day
or two at Pendleton enroute, visiting
Uonduolor r rank Coykendall's family
Prof Tait was called up on the phone
last evening by a lady who stated that
she did not itjal his umbrella at the
funeral the other day, but that she Just
'ook it, and when she got U. rough with
it she left it at the Bluo Mountalu
House. Tbe Prof is grateful to tbe lady
for letting him know whore he could
find the umbrella.
The Lady Maccabees of Ever Ready
Hive No. 34, of Cove, will present a
Farce entitled "Mrs. Willis' Will" on
Saturday evening, April 9, at the Mac
cabee Hall. An excel. ent cast of char
acters baa been secured. Besides this
very laughable farce, the Cove orchest
ra will render sonte very fine music and
some excellent tableau will t-e presented.
Admltslon 10 cents. After the enter
tainment, an Icecream social will be
given. You are Invite I to be present.
FOR RENT A five room furnished
house for rent. For particulars phone
771 or 1938 or inquire of Mrs G W
M O Ryan
H F Cuttle
O A MoFarland
Dr A M.a Whiting
E W Rumble & wife
Sua in Burns
Hebrews on the day after toe riiut full
moon after tbe equinox. Christ rose
from tbe dead on tbe third day arter
tbe passover, which gives us our Easter
J A Rutherford
D J McFaul
N McMul en
1 K Leoy
A P Allen
The World's Fair Route
Those anticipating an Eastern trip, or
a visit to the Louisiana Purchase expo
sition at St. Louis, cannot atlord to
overlook the advantages oAVred by the
Missouri Pacific Railway, which, ou
account of its various routes aud gate
ways, bas been appropriately named
"The World's Fair Route."
Passengers from tbe Northwest take
the Missouri rAoirio trains from Den
ver or Pueblo with the choice of either
going direct through the Kansas City,
via Wichita, Fort Scott aud
Two trains daily from Denver and
Pueblo to St, Louis without change
carrying all classes of modern equip
ment, including electric lighted obser
vation parlor cafe dining cars. Ten
daily trains between Kansas City and
Write, or call on W. O. McBride,
General Agent, 124 Third et, Portland
for detailed Information and illustrated
Express and Delivery
Adns Rger, Phone 1821. All.calU
receive prompt attention. Oeneial
express and delivery business. tf
A furnisheif four room cottage. In
of Mrs ZuWr. tf
neasant; dinner at
Tbe .Xadiee ol the Presbyterian
Church will tender a reception to Rev
and Mrs Van Nuys and their Iriends
on Friday eveuing, April 1st at Che
Presbyterian Cburob. tf
BOARD AND ROOM
Pleasant rooms and good board for
gentlemen., Inquire at 001 T street
known as the Hughes house. 3 - 4 tf
WHEN YOU WANT RUBBER
STAMPS REMEMBER ME.;
manufacture every style on any
mounting and carry a complete stock
of Pads, Iokf, Raoks, Daters, Rubber
fype, etc. Seals, Stencils, Trade
Check, Door Plates, Postal 8cales.
Write me what you wsnt. I can
please you by return mail, Eveiy
stamp requirement supplied.
WESLEY ANDREWS. Baker City.
A j-oitrcp of uvubli.' in homo cnuked
nealH iu their l. tk f variety. You Iihvo
nr choice of vicJida, Your appetite if
j nil1 e l one diiy. W h n you sit down to
L u.q tht! menu contains
OU do UOt YViUlt
It is dijlerpnt lieio. Providing for go
many, wo can ollVr the greatest variety.
If you do Dot care fur one item on the
bill of fare, choote another. They are
All good, but tbe choice is yours. Try it
for a white, and bring that tired wife of
yours with you.
J. A. AKBUUKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIUHT
We sell weekly Heal
J. E. TILT
So there you
C. W. PRESTON'S
ROSES RQses ROSES
I can furnish you with the best hard; rosea
one year old at 25o each, or two years old at 45c.
Also all kinds of plants, such us fannies, Asters,
Petunias, Daisies, Candytuft, etc, 1 muke a
specialty of all outside wotk, pruning, grafting,
landscape work, gardening, lawn mowing, etc.,
at very reasonable rales. Give nie a trial, I will
guarantee to give satisfaction. All kinds ot trees,
shrubs, small fruits, cabbage, celery aud tomato
plants. Open Sundays from 8 to 12 a. in.
Phone n6i Greenhouse
Next Saturday, April 2,
Lasting One Day Only.
'-h; HMb' and children's Kid and Fabric Gloves.
ill ell these gloves absolutely regardless of cost,
an w ditl the satin ribbon la9t Saturday. The follow
ing U a sample of what we will do for you:
I .35 Gloves
1 25 Gloves
The 30-day sale ii still on and we a e Felling every
thing at a reduction. The latest novelties we guar
antee to be as cheap as you can get them anywhere,
and then we give you 10 per cent off. S eing is
believing." Step iu and see."
La Grande Mercantile Co.,
LA GRANDE, . , . OREGON
WOOD WOOD S
The bo;t in the ciiy, lowest price. t rij
COAL FINE LUMP;' -
Anything in the
HAY and GRAIN line
Call at our store
Slater building, or phone 1801.
GRANDE RONDE CASH COMPANY.
F. ec delivery 'Phone Main 1801 Wholesale and Retail
How Can I Cure My
THIS IS A QUESTION THAT HAS BEEN
ASKED TIME AND AGAIN BY HUNDREDS
yes, thousands and tens of thousands of people
There is but one way to do this; namely, relieve
the Stomach of its nervous strain rest it; and
at the same time Assist the Stomach and Digee
tive Orgaus in Digesting and Assimulatiug
Sufficient Food to Rebuild the Tissues Support
ing the Organs Iuvoleed. There is but one
remedy that will do this, and that remedy is
KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. If you want to
know more about Kodol, come iu and
La Grande, Ore
First-Class JOB WORK at th OBSERVER
Tbe Union xrnniy Haeoabrea who
visited Pendleton to ba present with
Ibeir Supreme Uomnmndet D P Mar
key who bat been makiug an uRlcial
tout ol the coast have returned .
. Pendleton was his last plaoe be
visited in the stale.
There were about 20U present , sever
al candidate were initiated followed
by s banquet. Those from La Grande
report hating been royally entertain
ed. Those Irom tbit oiti were A P
We Have Not Said Much About It, But
We Have Ladies' Trimmed Hats Too
The Very Latest Direct From New York,
The City That Sets the pce in Fashions.
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308 1310 -1312, ADMS i o 15, LA GRANDE. '
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