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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1904)
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THERE lis; AN ORDINANCE
PROHIBITING if OCK
From running at large, but you can tea , , ,
then-fai tba streets just tho same. Tba "
, j only tafa way ia protect your lawn and ,
e ( " flower gardtns ia to fence against them. ' I "'
have several different styles of yard fence
""-' J etprioeeto suit all Also all, heights of
A ponltry fence for yonr chicken yard.
). o i .i0 m '. Shovels, Spades, Hardware .
Bftigittnd sold. We eall at your house for your
U8tA lnd "goods7
Bargains: :'f'l -1 ' .".'.-
Carpet per yard,'
Bet deuble harness
We offer you the following
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oowiug luacuius. ... . .
vi Extension table. . . . .v.'; .
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The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams.
fcMM-akiiCw tm way aad Mil til Uadi
i Botm4 Hud CoodM - j . .
The Dry Land ' Alfalfa grows without irri
gation. ; w .,
Rtd Clover, Alfa.fa and all kinds of
Garden Seed in bulk
Seed Wheat, Baled
Barley, Oats, Etc:
The only Seed House in
A FEW OBSERVATIONS :
BY OUR REPORTERS
In and examine our line of
Just Anfd.I j
SS) GENTS fURNISHINGS.
' 3 W Soriber (pent yeiterdty Id Biker
City. - .
Jewa Imbler of Hood Blvr h In the
Alva . JemUon' went to Huntington
, Bock A ThomM, neat market it re
ceiving a new coat ol ptlnt. , , : .
; Seat will be on eale (or the Nntmeg
Hatch thii morning at Van Bureni. ;
' Frank and Baaaell Ralttoa loftlait
night (or Kamela (or a (ew daya outing.
' The Union Steam laundry ad appeara
In thii itiue. They open (or boaineat
V 6 eommlasioner John Hailay waa
over from Pendleton yeeterday on Land
Today the Republican prlmarlea of
thla county will beheld to tlent dtle
gatea to the county convention.
Msttrt Harper and Smith are over
from Union on butlneae eoniected with
the opening of the new creamery. . ,
A elan often or twelve children will
be baptised at the Mutbodiat chun h to
morrow mornlnr Immediately following
the Sunday School. ; , .
Mr N K Koordboff; who (or the part
year baa been with the Golden Rule,
hae reelgned and on Monday will take
charge of the Imbler acbool.
The fine weather of the paat two daya
haa made it Foulble for work to re
uiue on a number of new buildingt
that are in eourae of conttructiou.
Mr John McDanlela of St Paul who
haa been In the city aevera! daya re
turna home thia morning. He la high
ly pleaaed with our county and ezpecu
to reiurn in rfnne.
Mlea May Roblton who for a number
of years waa local manager of the lele
phone office, haa resigned and accepted
the poaltion of book keeper in N
The regular quarterly conference will
be held In the M E church next Bator.
day and Elder 0 E Gibson will preach
and condnct the sacrament .of the The
Lord's Supper on Sunday.
Geo Bartlmesi the well known plo
neer wno nsiles on Urave creek waa
In the city yetterdar, He reports tna
snow oft" the bald ridge but in the
shaded timbered lections it la a foot
A dance and sapper will be given
Perry, Oregon, Saturday evening, April
2, 1004, by the Foresters of Perry Camp
1U47U, Modern Woodmen of America,
to raise funds for the uniforms of the
team.- Everybody welcome.
Editor end Mra 8 A Paulson of Cou-
don, are the oity guests of Mr Peter
Kuhn, MraPattlson waa formerly Mlas
Hattie Stone and la well known in the
city haa been a student in the Blue
Mountain University, They came
attend the reunion.
Mr M Sorenson, of Pocatello, saium
ed charge of the express olHoe yester
day morning. Mr Soreiuon had
yeara experience in thia work. Mr
Claud Hamilton who had filled the
position with entire aatiafaction for the
past year left laat evening for Portland.
From the number present Thursday
evening It would seem that the interest
In the reading room of Central church
la growing. A group of young fellowa
were buay with papers and magailnea.
Bucli a place la certainly worthy a good
word Iron any one who la interested in
men and boys.
Did you tee the "Oregon Red Bat?
If you did not you probably will not for
another year. It was only an April
fool bird. It waa In a barrel In front
of the Hotel Foley and tboae about tbe
lobby had more fun than the proverbial
box of monkeys. Metrly every paater by
wanted to see tbe red bat and owing to
the poaitiou of the barrel In the aun it
waa necessary to shade oOea ayae to see
to the bottom ol the screen covered bar
rel. A piece of red brick bat then r.
minded each oue who looked that it
waa April fools daya, .
The Lady Maccabeea of Ever Ready
Hive wo. 34, of Cove, will present
Farce entitled "Mra. Willis Will" on
Saturday evening, April 9, at the Mac.
cabee Hall. An excellent east of char
actera haa been secured. Besides this
very laughable farce, the Cove orcheat
ra will render some very fine mualc and
tome excellent tableau will be presented.
Admission 10 cents. After the enter
talnment, an icecream social will b
given. You are invltei to be preaent.
mmnfaera agree dnriog this special week,
to do without all luxuries, and eveu
some of tbe necessaries of life, in order
to help swell tbe fund in aid of tbe
home and foreign missionary work of
Oar readers will be urgently appealed
to by tbe Officer and 8oldier of tbe
Army loudly to asulat In thla effort,
and again we advise those who are not
in tbe habit of denying themselves to
do so at this time and prove with the
more bleated to
The undersigned has purchased
the busin known as the Harris
Cash Meat Market and will bee
after oonduct tbe eamc.
We wish to inform tbe pul o
that we are prepared to furn i
all kinds of meats, game a ' I
poultry at the very lowest pri -
oonaistaut with first-claa artie ta
.We have our own del'v.i)
and make two trips daily to Ix
Old Town. 'Highest ma kei
price paid for all cattle, hogs ' nd
sheep. We solicit a share of
our patronage and guarantee
e very best satisfaction.
Phone orders receive prompt
d careful attention.
Harris meat market across the
Yick. I'lione 1601.
TURNER. & WALTER
W W Jones
L O Johnson
W L Davis
S L Henter
O E Harper
K S Smith
H K Dehaplaln
J W Hayes
J Hall A wife
McKets Rock Ky
Self Denial Week
The Salvation Army announce its
annual Week of Prayer and Self Denial,
to take place March 17 to April 8, and
though dally practicing tali denial, these
Ijhe Convention will be held at Elgin
Oregon April 7th 1904, Tbe places
where said election shall occur in the
four precincts of La Grande, tbe Jndgea
to aerveat said election and tliAnnmhor
I of delegatus to be elected in each of tbe
aaid (our precincts are as follows.
PrecinotNo 1 Polling place in the1
building north of Bomig and. Staplea
Bakery on Fir Street. Judges, John
Williamson, J, N. Young, and Chaa.
Anderson. Number of delegate to be
elected Six (6) .
Precinct No 8 Polling place new
Council room on Elm Street. Judges,
P Stephenson, J M Hilta, J E Foley.
Number of delegates to be elected nine
Precinct No 8 Polling place Old
Council room corner fourth and P
Street.. Judges, OF1 Coolidge, F B
Bramwell, and C 7 Noyes. Number
of delegates to be elected seven (7).
Precinct No . 4 Polling place La
Grande Flouring Mill Go's Mill. Judges
TF Sherwood, Ed W Kammerer and
J H Fraker. Number of delegates four
(4), foils oien from 1 to 7 p in.
W. B. SARGENT.
Secretary Union County Republican
express and Delivery
Adn Boera, Phone 1821. Allcalls
receive pn.nipt attention. General
express and delivery business. ' tf
A furniBbed four room cottage. In'
of Mra Zub r. - ' - tf
"A Nutmeg Match" will be present
ed under the auspioe of the La
Grande Cornet band at Steward's
opera house Monday evening April 4.
1 be 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
oitiea where it has been played to be
an exceptionally meritorious play. In
Boise, Idaho, it attraoted large erowds
for 14 eonseoutive nights. Seoure
your tiokets early and help the band
at tbe aame time witness one of the
best plays pot on tbe stage in La
Grande this season.
WHEN YOU WANT RUBBER
STAMPS REMEMBER ME.J
I manufacture every style on any
mounting and carry a complete stock'
of Pads, Ink, Racks, Daters, Rubber
Type, eto. Seals, Stencils, Trade
Cheeks, Door Pistes, Postal Scales.
Write me what you went. I can
please you by return mail. Every
stamp requirement supplied.
WESLEY ANDREWS, Baker City.
A source of trouble in home cooked
meals is their lack of variety. Yon have
nn choice of viands. Your appetite is
jaded one day. When you sit down to
dinner at borne the menu contains
everything you do not want.
It ie different hete. Providirg for so
many, we can offer the greatest variety.
If you do not care for one item on the
bill of fare, choose another. They are
all good, but tbe choice is yours. Try It
for a while, and bring that tired wife of
yours with you.
J. A. AKBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We sell weekly Meal , , -Tickets,
J. E. TILT
So there you
C. W. PRESTON'S
ROSES SgsES ROSES
I can furnish you with the best hardy roses
one year old at 25o each, or two years old at 45o.
Also all kinds of plants, such as Pansies, Asters,
Petunias, Daisies, Candytuft, eto, I make a
specially of tell outside woik, pruning, grafting,
landscape work, gardening, lawn mowing, etc.,
at very reasonable rales. Give me a trial, I will
guarantee togive satisfaction. All kinds ot trees,
shrubs, small fruits, cabbage, celery and soinato
plants. Open Sundays from 8 to 12 a. m.
Phone n6i Greenhouse
Q 'lll Next Saturday, April 2,
Oal!! Lasting One Day Only
On ladies' and cbildren'i Kid and Fabric Gloves. '
Ve will sell these gloves absolutely regardless of cost,
as we did the satin ribbon last Saturday. Tbe follow
ing is a sample of what we will do for you:
I .35 Gloves
, .85 Gloves
1 25 Gloves
1 75 Gloves
$ .65 Gloves
The 30-day sa'e U still on and we a'e polling every- '
thing at a reduction.' The latest novelties we guar
antee to be as cheap as you can get-them' anywhere,.,
and then , wo give you 10 per cent off. "S eing is
believing." . titep in and see.
La Grande Mercantile Co.,
LA GRANDE, . . . OREGON
The best in the city, lowest price.
COAL FINE LUMP.
Anything in the
HAY and GRAIN line.
Call at our store
Slater building, or phone 1801.
GRANDE RONDE CASH COMPANY.
I ree delivery 'Phone Main ISOI Wholesale and Retail
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now v.an i jxz 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-'
tiije Orgaus in Digesting and Assimulatiug
Sufficient Food to Rebuild tbe 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 in and
WE WILL TELL YOU
A. T. HILL,
Prescription Druggist La Grande, Ore
First-Class JOB WORK at the OBSERVER
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 Pace in Fashions.
THE GOLDEN ULE COMPANY
1308 1310 1312, ADA' S AV5,A JE. LA GRANDE.