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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1904)
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. HIGH LIVING
il possible at low iwt. Our patrons
are partirulrrly well fed. U none
could l am iiperi of spi oding loo nrach
money on Hie "Innir man" At
A FEW OBSERVATIONS
BY OUR REPORTERS
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THERE IS AN ORDINANCE
From running at large, bat yon can see "
them iu the streets just the some. The
nly safe way it protect your lawn and . -flower
gardtns it to (enee against them. I
: bare MTeral different styles of yard fence -t
prices to salt all. Also all heights of .
poultry fenoe for your chicken yard.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY
' Shovels, Spades, Hardware
Second Hand Goods
Bought and sold. We call at your house for your
second hand goods. We offer you the following
: Carpenters tool eheit $3.50
Lconge... ,1.50 .
Cook stores. , .;., to 10
Carpet per yard,. . . . . .......... . . .... .10 to 25o :
BedSteads......:.... ,lto 5 ,
Bieyeles. '.....I. .......... .5 to 20
Set double harness 7.60
Sewing machine. .. . .4
Extension table ............................ .4
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Comer Fir and Adams.
RtMrnUrTw etUl bur and mU all kind. 'Phone 1581
- . The Dry Land Alfalfa grows without irri-
BROME GRASS "
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
JEFFERSON AVE Phone 1571
In and examine our line of
IVAifif cn.K cmrvrc
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Today i Arbor day. . ' , "
J W Earl went to Colon yesterday
; Re mem her the Willamette Unlver
ity Glee club at Steward's opera bonse
this evening. " J-j:,-;1'...-' ... ...j.;
' M1b Ethel Andross went to Portland
Thursday - morning to visit with ber
A Silver Medal ContejfHll be held
In the Methodist chorcti Vrhlay even
ing, Apill IS. f
Mr and Mr E Walters moved to
Pendleton yesterday, where thejvjrill
make their future home. - , ? i
Miss Opal Barnes who has been visit
iog her sister at Island City will return
to her home at Noith Powder this morn
ing. . .... .-
Mr and Mrs Justus, and Mips Sadfcn
ol Heppner, are in the city for a 'few
days on business and are guests of Mr
and Mrs Fred Bock.
Arobie Llttleof Old Town, who has
been very Jo for a long time, is so low
that all hope of his recovery bus been
abandoned. . , - jd ,
B F Wade assumed the duties of dep
uty marshal last night, to which posi
tion he. was elected by the ooancil Wed
nesday evening. '-.-I'
The Ladles Aid Society of' the M E
church will meet at the borne of Mrs
Osterling this afternoon, All members
urged to be present, ' . . . i
The county court yesterday acted up
on the oounty. seat petition and ordered
that the question of relocation be sub
mitted to the voters next June. -
Note the Improvement a little straight-
ening up and a generous use of the rake
makes in the vacant lots- about town
and then go houre and get In a little
I- "In Old Kentucky" Is a 8oulhern
drama which has proven the sensation
of the season where ever it has been
played. At Steward's opera house next
St Peters Guild will meet Friday April
8th at tho home of Mis J D Slater All
members are requested to b present as
this Is the annual meeting and officers
are to be ducted for the ensning year,
M Borkgren, who worked in the O R
& N shops In this city prior to 1807, is
spending a few days in La Grande vis
iting old friends. He is now located at
Slarbnck, Wash. . Mr Borkgren, will
visit in Pocatello before returning home.
The wallle supper served by the
young men of the Prcsl.yterian Chr
tian Endeavor Eo.lety last evening was
exceptionally Una. WaBles niuple
syrup and coflee were served in style
that would make ones m uith water.
A social time was also enjoyed in the
Grandma Palmer is Re
membered by Friends
on the Occasion of
Her 90th Birthday.
Grandma Palmer celebrated her DOtli
birthday Thumlay. The occasion was
inadoa very pleaaant one f or her by
many of her friends calling and express
ing congratulation and best wishes,
During the day 01 ol ber friends
u .lied, all of whom say that Grandma
docs not look nearly 00 years old. She
received 37 letters of congratulations
Iro n friend from a distance and nearly
as many packages containing photo
graphs, cut glass alid other remem
brances. The day was thoroughly en
Joyed by the aged pioneer.
Gilpen Plait: At tne borne ol
the brides parenU iu La Grande Tuet
day evening April 6th at 8 o'olook. .
President F 8 Brainxell of the L D
8 oburob officiating. Mies Lottie
Plant to Mr William Gilpin the popu
lar young florist of this oity.
The brides father anting as best
man and Mis Elsie Christiansen as
bridesmaid - . . i
The bride wore a beautiful costume
of white silk mull and oarried a bou
quet of bride roses and lilies of tbe
valley, tbe brides maid wore a beauii
lul costume of pale green silk and
oarried a bouquet of white carnations.
Tbe room was beautifully deoorated
wltb Calls lilies, white carnations and
After tbe ceremony was preformed
a grand supper was partaken of by
the guests present and a geneial good
time was bad by alt. -
Hon Burroughs: . Tbe marriage of
air Fred Hon and Miss Lillian Bur
roughs occurred Tuesday at eleven
o'olook at the borne of Rev Bishop
U'Uiley at Baker Oky. .
r Tbe youug couple were accompani
ed by the brides parents Mr and Mrs
H A Burroughs and M:ss Ada West
of this oity. Tbe groom is an era
ployo of tbo 0 R it N Co tbe bride has
bsn tne effioent book-keeper at N. K
West for tbe put year. Wed oesc'ay
eve a reoeption iu given by tbe
brides parents when numerous friend
expressed tbeir esteem by many ba d
Home and useful presents Tbe happy
oouple left on tbe early traio for a 10
days t.'ip when tbey will be at borne
to tbeir friends at No 804 Main it.
NOTICE Dre-sraaking and Plain Sew
ing. Next door to Mrs. Sheak's resi
dence. North of the Hallroad shops.
4-8-11 . Mrs. Adna Koqehs.
LOST Between La Grande and Deal
Canyon, a 38 8mith and Wesson .re
volver. Finder please leave at this
office and receive reward.
C W Martin
,. ..si r
THE MODEL RESTAURANT
exoellent meals are served at a very
reasonable price, '
The food is of the finest quality;
well cooked and well served. Dining
room la well appointed and comfort
J. A. AKBUCKLE, Prop.
OI'EN DAY AND NIGHT
. We ri ll weekly Meal ,
Money Back if not sat
isfied. So ' few come
we can afford to do
C. W. PRESTON,
Express and Delivery
Adna Rogers,' Phone 1407. AI:oilU
receive prompt attention. Genua
express and delivery business. tf
VV& V" AN0 CENTS Uonav HINGS. :
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The World's Fair Route
Those anticipating an Eastern trip, or
a visit to the Louisiana Purchase expo
sition at St. Louis, cannot afford to
overlook the advantages oll'ercd by the
Missouri Pacifio Railway, which, on
account of its various routes and gale
ways, has beu appropriately named
"The World's Fair Route."
PasronKeM from I he Northwest take
the Missouri pacifio trains from Den
ver or Pueblo with the choice of either
going direct through tho Kausas City,
via Wichita, Fort Scott and Pleasant
Two trains dally from Denver and
Pueblo to St. Ixmis without change,
carrying all classes of modern equip
ment, Including electric lighted obser
vation parlor cafe dining cars. Ten
daily trains between Kansas City ami
Write, or call on W. CI. McRride,
General Agent, 121 Third st, Portland
for detailed information and illustrated
Today we start, to close out the entire stock of
Groceries & Provisions
Of the late Orruond & Co. If you need supplies,
now is tbe time to stock up lor the season at Portland
prices. Everything will be sold either at wholesale
or retail .
Remember the sale starts promptly at 8 o'clock,
South side between Elm and Depot Sts.
FRANKLIN & CO.
Purchasers of the Stock.
La Grande Mer. Co.
You can save mor.ey
' by buying your goods
at the New Store.
Watch our ad.VVe will have anrther
. special Sale Saturday...., ; ,
La Grande Mercantile Co.,
Phone 1901 .
LA GRANDE, - . OREGON
WOO D WOOD
The best in the ri'y, lowest p, ict.
GOAL g,iNE L-UM
Anything in the
HAY and GRAIN line
Call at our etore
Sinter building, or plume 1801.
GRANDE RONDE CASH COMPANY.
Free delivery 'Phone Main 1801 Wholesale and Retail
e s v4KNe$&4ew&
Latest in Belts
La'eat in PURSES and HAND BAGS. Latest in
STICK PINS. A new and stylish line ol Pattern bats
E. M. Wellman & Co.
How Can I Cure My
THIS IS A QUESTION THAT HAS BEEN
J ASKED TIME AND AGAIN BY HUNDREDS
yeai 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 As.ist tl:e Stoinnch and Diges-
live Organs in Digesting and Assimulatiug
Sufficient Food to Rebuild the Tissues Support
4 ing the Organs Involeed. There is but one
remedy that will do Ibis, and that remedy is
KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. If you want to
know more about Kodol, come iu and
: WE WILL TELL YOU
A. TT. HILL,
i Prescription CWgist La Grande. Or
First-Class JOB WORK at the OBSERVER
FOR RKST '
A furnished four room cottage. In-
cfMrsZuber. U -
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 RULE COMPANY
1308- 1310-1312, ADAMS AVENUE. LA GRANDE.