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A Golden Opportunity j
For Spring House Cleaning and Re-furnishing. !
For a short time we are offering BIG VALUES FOR CASH
to make room for our Dew goods. For example: A 3-piece
bed room sui, regular $18.50, now $14.00. Prices posi
tively the lowest in city ou same quality of go ids.
Our new line now ou display in the
window, and many more beautiful
patterns inside. Come in aud look at tliem.
Undertaking and Embalming a Specialty :
My undertaker H. B. HAISTEN, will respond promptly to i
all calls, day or night.
Residence Phone 367 S
1202 Adams Ave
OUR TELEPHONE IS
Going to build that feuce?
We, have a new lot of fencing
Let us figure with your.
STODDARD LUMBER COMPANY
PL ANING MILL
Sunday at the Churches.
. LATTER DAY SAINTS
Band? School 10 m
Regular Servioea 1pm
Mutual Improvement Association
meet conjointly at 7.30 p n. T F.
. BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a ro
! Midweek services Wednesday even
ing at 7:80 p m
B.Y. P U. 0:80 pm
All aie cordially invited.
8 Irene King, let Reader
: Tbe Obriatain Science services ad
the residence of John E Page in , Old!
Town every Sunday Ham.,
All are cordially invited. , T F
ST PEATER'S EPISCOPAL OUDRCH
EA8TER DAY. APRIL 3 .
Sunday eohool " , 10 am
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 a m
: Subject of the , sermon to be read;
"The Living Ous.'VAn Eaiter Sermon.
A lay service All Invited to attend.
On Monday evening of this week at
7:80 o'clock p m the regular annual
Pariah Meeting will be hale at the
Church to elect vestrymen and trane
act other buetneea. All friends and
member! of the church are) urged to
attend this meetlng, a
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. '
J. V7. Compton, Paator. ,
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 30 n.
Sunday School 10 a, m.
Pastor will preach at Island Olty
3 p.m. j. .
CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRI8T
SERVICES SUNDAY APRIL 8
Bible School ' ' 10 a i
Morning Worship 11am
V PSOE 2:30 pm
' Evening Service . 7:80 pm
Morning Sermon on "The New Life
Evening "Jesus the Son of God.'
A cordial invitation to all. , ,
i. ' MRCfHUROH
JO Walker, Pastor. , y
Services for Sunday, April 8. "
Sunday School 10 a m
Etarmon by the pastor ' 11am
Subject The debt owed to children.
Followed by a baptismal service.
Epworth League 6:80 Led by Emll
Niederer. 8uhject-Our victories through
The service following the Epworth
League will be an Easter service. A
program will be glvtn by the Bunday
School. The public is cordially Invited.
A very handsome and complete
line of MILLINERY now ou
sale at the Bargain Store.
EC. M. Well man & Co.
J. M. Bkhrt...
F. L. M STUBS..
1. M. Berry, J. M. Church
A. B. Couley. R. Smith
L. O. Stanley
La Grande. Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,000.00
Transacts a general banking business. Buys and Bella (exchange on
all parts of the world. Collections a specialty.
SBDOaBOBDODBODRD lf k9ft
Union Steam Laundry.
Will Open Monday.
We have pt chased the Union Steam
Laundry, which we will commence to op
erate Monday, April 4.
This plant is one of the best equipped in Eastern
Oregon. All our work is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction at the lowest prices
Our wagon is at your serviee.
Telephone Number 198L
Your Trade Solicited
Jeffiison & Company,
742 FIR STREET.
On the evening of the 33rd, the people
of Imbler enjoyed a leoture on "Local
Option" which was not well- attended
owing to the severity of the weather. .
On the 25th, the Old Folks party
came off and' was a decided suocess.
Mr. Wells.ralled the people to order
at pro 11 pt 7, and Mr. J. H. Salisbury
in a neat speech welcomed the guests
explaining the origin and object of the
'Old Folk party" both in Utah and
Idaho, as inculcation reBpect and love
to our Fathers and Mothers, reverence
for old aKe and. helping those who are
poor and in d stress, and expressed
cinlilhatlon that we bad no poor in
Imbler, as sren in mere populous com
munities, The move cent is spreading
generally over the "Union" and Ib tbe
coming Institution binding all classes
socially I n a kindly feeling. Over 100
people sat down to a supper which the
Hotel Foley could nut Improve upon,
and after all wereratisfled, thtre was so
much left over thai it was nent to var
ious homes where sicknets prevailed
and made every one happy. The mtitdc
was furdished by Messrs. Howell, Os?
wald and H. WeBtenekow. - Bruce
Brown called, and tbe committee ,waa
unremitting in Its attention to all.
Songs, recitations, comic aeadings,and
step dancing wcie interspersed through
the dancing, which every one participat
ed in except three gentlemen wall
flowers, who were soon signalled out by
the committee of ladier who soon bad
them on the floor to the amusement J of
all. Every one seemed to enjoy ; them
selves and parted with mutual feelings
of good will at their good time. . .. ;
Mr. Lloyd assumed oharge of tbe
Wade & Robiui-on planer this week.
parents, wbo are located at M. Mc
Goldrlck's. - - .
The present Htcka weather retards
work, but from the ponds in the neigh
borhood everyone thinks Oregon is her.
self "again and everything pcinta to
Prof. Bean has sent in his resignation
to the" Board of Trustees to reButne bis
A delegation of Maccabees consisting
of Messrs Iaaao Skillings and O. O.
Howell went to Pendleton last night to
assist in the initiation of 200 members it
is said to their lodge. Jack
"A Nutmeg Matob" will be present
ed under the auspices of tbe La
Grande Cornet band at Steward's
opera house Monday evening April 4.
The play will be managed by a man
experienced in such work and the lead
ing parts will be played by experienc
ed actors. It is said by the press of
nities where it has beeu played, to be
au exceptionally meritorious play. In
!oi., Idaho, it attracted large orowda
lor , 14 consecutive nights. Seoure
your tickets early and help the band
at tbe same time witness one of the
beet plays put on the stage in La
Grande this season,
FOB . 8 ALU A yearling belter, half
Jersey and half Durham, . Inquire at
! tbia office or phone 1508. 1
FOR SALE i Single Diao Beet Plows
for tale cheap, Also 3 saddle . ponies
one half Shetland. 8 gocd single
driving horses. J." E. Reynolds.
, FOR SALE
: .Indian Runner Duck .eggs, thor
ough bred imported stock, inly Uni
ted number. W, N . . Monroe, . La-
Qrande. . fW-J dw
; FOR SALE CHEAP
i All tbe fix to res of tbe Cava Creamery
Including one eight bone power engine
and ten horse power boiler, churn and
bettor works, and a large cbeese-press
vats etc .
Mrs Matt Mitchell
Two acre tract, East of the La Grande
Flouring mill, one Jtialf in (ood bearing
orchard. Small cottage, and good barai
Wlll.eell for cash or will; trrda for good
workhorses. ,:;.... 1 Li'O Groat V
' La Grande, Ore.
't-l a asacialtiata for man. .-
tinue to cure all chronic private an
nervous ailments, of lmportanoer.kia
diseases, ibematism,; eatarrab, -tka
vt.a.,v, Biouaara, TB or If?
years medical direasor, , 74 sixth 8L
Portland, Or. Ill Yaeler Way, Beet
le, Wash. Ml or wrlto..,
meotboanbe mada by parties who
can invest from I&0O to flMO. i One
eastern investor made 866.OOO in
1908, call or write for narticnlara
The Wm.R. White Co.. SIS Pins 8t
Portland, Oregon. '
; tflftonld pwteM thei'r
iMauty lby.jeciug thai
: Tt they hs?ti inly
U COHPCTEiSlJ BARBERS
To , shay them. WV
' will protoci yonr face.
g Cleaning Time
Does yonr alley or yard need clean
ing f Have you any old rubbish that
nefdt to be taken awayT ' If so, ring np
phone 1831, and you can . get the i gar.
4 ' 1 k
FOR SALE Large two story , "house,
: good barn, about 7 acres of land
with orchard for aale, will' take part
na Truant ' either in -'eltv : nrobertv
or farm land. Bigbtly located ' In
this offloe or of E Damon ' ' 4-1- tf.
LOST Between 1409 Adams .Avsaus
and . fecreet . Bros. Hardware , and
Second Hand Store, one .dark ..red
leather bill book, containing .deposit
certificates on 1 a .Grande. National
. Bank to the amount of three, hundred
; twenty five dollars (:t26). Certlflcates
. tor Mr. and' Mrs. W. W. Henderson;
Finder please leave same at Lai
Grande National Bank and receive
reward. Papers of no value except to
owners. A ' 8-22-tf -'
. FURNISHED OOM8 . , ,
Newly , furnished , rooms In 1 .new
house, apply to Mrs Emms Simmons,
Cor 8th and N Stieeta 118-24. ,
To all who were formerly officially
connecU-d and those who held life
eobolarBbips and to those who shared
the responsibility in tbe maintanoe of
the Blue Mountain University are
cordially invited to be present at (be
rennipo of tbe students wbleb will be
Mr. Grsnt Tucker returned from Ar- held in this oity, in Elk's ball Satur.
kansas bringing him . a wife and his J day evening April 2, 1904. , ....
Eggs, fresh valley 2Cjt3, eastern, 28o
Butter, creamery 60c and firstolass
dairy 50c per roll.
Potatoes SOcts per sack,
Apples,50c. to 75ct. per box.
Cabbage, ljnt. per lb. ,
Turkies, 10 cts. lb. live weight.
Wheat 74c toBOc per bu.
Oats 1.10 per oental
Barley 80c per oental
The steady decline in Em torn and
foreign market has takeo the life out
of the local wheat market. Buyers
and selltrs are farther apart than ever
and business is at standstill, with
the tone decidedly weak.
WHEAT Walla Walla, 76c;
blue-stem, 79c; Valley, 80.
BARLEY Feed, f 22 per ton, brew
ine,t24; rolled $26.
FLOUR Valley, 83 90 and 8.96 per
tarrel; bar dwheat straights, 84.20 and
4.10: clear", 3.85 and 4.00; hard what
patents, 84.00 and 4.10; Dakota bard
wheat, 1.5.40 and 18.00; graliam, $3.90,
TO THE READING PUBLIO
; We have Just received a new lot 1 ot
paper back novels. In addition to these
we have added 80P cloth bound books to
our exchange library. . . ,.
.- Newlin Drug Co,
LADIES We " are prepared to ,mae
your dresses in . all the up-to-date
fashions at reasonable prices. Wo
will make wiappera at from 75 cents
to 81 25, shirt waists from 60 cents
up. ' We also do plain sewing. Resi
dence two blocks north of little brick
school house. Phone 57-B
Mrs Lewis and Miss Smith. ' 1
... . PASTURE ,,;
Much mora abundant than last 1 year,
and open for all kinds of stock -during
April.. Small pastures lor stock needed
at short notice etc. 1 Apply to 1110, B.
St. Old, town.. P. O. Box 14. Tele
phone 1374. 'tf
, , .. notice ; ;.,
' Having disposed of my grocery, bus
ness, 1 would like all tboss wbo ara In,,
debted to me, to please call audn settle,
either by oash or note. . My. books are
at 0 L , Thorn's grocery . store on .Fir
street, where settlement on, ,be made.
Tf OK FOWLER ;
' , ' LADIES ATTENTION ..; .
During, the , month, ot, March, I wTll
mke any sblrt.walst at the greatly, re
duced prloe f from &0 .cents to 11.25.
Mrs Ettie E Wines. Residence ,n th
at between O 4. N . , D.-W.-4.-1. ,
WANTED ., I,.,",
Two girls to learn the millinery trade
at once. Inquire of Mrs J R Forrest.'
whole wheat, Hi rye wheal, 84.60 and
OATS No. I white, 81.171; gray
11.10 per cental.
MILL 8TUFF3 Bran, 118 per ton;
middlings, $23; shorts, $19; obop, U.
S. mills, $18; linseed, dairy lood $19
HAY Timothy, $16 per ton; oiov-
er, $12 ; grain, $12; cheat, $13,
Potatoes, oOto 76 cents per seek.
Onicos 80 cents to $1.00 peyiack.
Egn Oregon, 80 32J oU, 9'rn
juttwr Orcam"ry, 27) sod 30c,
IHity, 20and 220, store lulclc lb
Poultry Chickens, mixed lOo per
pound, spring, 10a and bens,
lOo , turkeys live, 17 and 18c
lb dressed 18 and 20c lb-, ducks, $0
and 7 , er dox. geese, 80 lb.
Cattle Beat steers $4.26 and $4.00,
medium, 4.00; cowj $3.26 and $4.00
Hogs Best large, fat $5.25; medium
arge fat 4.75
Sheen Best weathers $3.60; mixed
NOTIOE-is bereby given that I have
given my ton ' William Wilkle -bis
time and from this date I will riot be
responsible for any debt ' contracted
by him, or any contracts he may make.
March 21, 1004.
3-22-tf Anguste Rothlege. '
Whv are Geddee' Bros, kept so
busyl.-Why sU they sell the best M
ooos at me lowest prices.
, Preferred Bt' k. Tomatoes 8 for 50c .J
rreierreo dioce vorn o ror ouo
Preferred Stock Salmon 8 for 60c
Preferred Btodk Peas . 8 fof SOo
'Preferred Stock Beans? 8 for 50a
Don't pay other grocers 20 cents
a can tor any of these goods.
Standard tomatoes, com, beans,
peas, etc., 8 for 36 cents.
They have the beet batter made
In the valley, and their oreamery
butter hat no equal here. Try
I It and see. .
xiu pnxiee, . nssuse a . nunoe.
jmeot. Swift's pickle pig feet,
premium " hams, loose olives.
Everything tasty, nice sad cheap
, Telephon 401
baMa-asniA mm sat a tw
'Saw Is a rM SW aaaSaasHSai'
j i fulfil Or fUMi SMSMks,
'J . For Bale by all Druggists
9M Hsn -
Deligiialate, Daylight Bide, j
: 'i 'i.. : ' v; In i 1 11 w d- .
I, Golden, , Quportjanity flew ( ,
nature In U,hM, glorious.
beauty, and then the acme of 4
man, haadiwjiJtf ,The flrtt ii ij
founfd 'along -the ltne of the u
DeniW!! & Rio Grande Railroad
and the latter at the St. Louis
Worid'sTair. 'Ydttf ttlrt(Tirie -
trated, literatnre write r '
:W. 0. Mb!
. . .. . , . : -
80 p. m.
i-J30 a. m.
. unni . v.
'HO. la I
M0 a. m,
PorUanfl. Dalles. I
uitjion, watia viia, ma a
-a j.tt vis Hpo-I
. u,.. uu, , ( rain
dloLon Umatilla WaU
dner, Hpokaaa aaa
other polnu east and
norm via gpofcane.
'stand Oily. Allest,
imoiar, aaa &ii
mnnsaiiona at K
ID WMIOVW .KJU1M
Ocean Steamers between Portland and
Ban Francisco every five days j
Of SPJCESe , o
Usaiurtfwiry. . HmsI nuar.
, PORTLAND, OfrXQON.
1110 Adams Avenue,
The road to suocese is gederally rep
resented as heing long and uphill. But
this need not be so, at least of monetary
success. One has only to exercise intel-
; ligence and judgment, in making Invest--.
Real estate offers an attractive field
for those who wish to avoid the risks
incident to othor investments. Buy
real estate through us and you will get
property that will increase in value and
yield a good rate ot conservative
investment Company, j
- La Giande, Oregon
i CREAM "WANTED
the COUGH and Heals the LUNGS
AT HILL, Prescription Druggist
' BOARD AND ROOM
Pleasan. rooms and good board for
gentlemen. Inqnl-e at 601 T street
known as tbe Hnghes bouse. 3 - 4 tf
FOR RENT A five room furnished
house for rent. For particulars phone
771 or 1938 or inquire of Mr! G W
Farmers, bring your oreara tojus and we will
pay the very highest market price for it. At
the.preeont price of butter it trill pay you far
better to sell tbe cream than to churn it.
We are agents for the famous DE; LAVEL
separator. The best made.
E.O. Harper, Mgr.
Headquarters at Hill k Allen's, La Grande.
i &M lncraaaa ore Deism sea from
nly; 15, 1891, to July J8,1908, U
1 rears. --: 5.. i.. ,- v isx.r ,
Burplus fund acenm.
- uUtad. ........ ,$li O0l 0
Capital paid in .... 0 0,000.09
Reliability ol share- , r , ,
ProtecSoS to da- '''
posltors; ...;...;$V f - 5 0 (Ml 0
Dsoait-enb)ect to ' :.""
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7 73 45.88
j3.;"t:J90BJ35 1 8,1 , 1 0 3.7ft
Uoee not the ;abov flgnres
furs jou that the management of
this bank meets witn the approval
of Its board of directors and pat
tens i and "deeen Ing of it joa
patronage. We want yonr 111 .
ing business, large or small, f On
interest will be protected at the
Farmers and Trajan National
A great opportunity.for you
to breed to one of the best at a
very low price. " I will make
tbis season with my imported
fmaous Hojkney stallion ,-..t .
STUNTNEY T4S80 '
nrn nrivlleoe 18 DST-
- g 0 j
advance. No other W 1
Can give good wfrn-.J
CLVtO bis colli. - J3f '
irW mtvn ii.
Vf in. vw sxsusv- ... ,
FOB 8ALR- lots.'wi'''
ing house and ha
City. For futhr I' .
i Tbemaa at .Bech '4
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