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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1904)
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SASH and DOORS
I have a complete stock of sash and doors,
screen doors and window screens. Also a
nice assortment of locks and other builder's
hardware and buikUnj paper.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY
Shovels, Spades, Hardware
A FEW OBSERVE
The Dry Land AUalfa grows without irri
gation. -. .
BROME GRASS "
Red Clover, Alfa.fa and all kinds of
Garden Seed in bulk
Seed Wheat, Baled
Baley, Oats, Etc
The only Seed House in
, Union Gounty.
JEFFERSON AVE Phone 1571
Everything in our line. .
Wo have the largest and most complete stook
of 8econd Hand Goods in Union County and
can furnish you anything you want in the
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FURNITURE, HARDWARE, TINWARE,
BED QUILTS, CROCKERY, JEWELRY,
WAGONS, BUGGIES, AND HARNE88.
We buy cheap end sell cheap. .
Money loaned on all classes of securities.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams
R.menWwe etitl buy aa4 U all) Idnde 'Phone 1581
i tKM HMd Godsjl J m .
We have a New Line of
and Khaki Suits for Fishing
and Outing Trips.
ROSS & ANDRRWS
TAILORS AND GENTS FURNISHING!.
Dry Chain& 16-inch Slab Wood 1
All orders given prompt attention. Yards on
Greenwood stand Srd and Palmer et Orders
left at either yard promptly delivered.
Price ReJuced to three dollar?. '
H. W. NIELEY
Geo Stoddard manager of tba Sugar
Co Ula Portland.
Frank Alexander left laat b night to
accept a position with the Waverly
agar . factory, i "
Aron Wade, ol Enterprise, spent to-
day Id the city a be ia on bia jray to
the 8t Loafs lair.
8 2S Henderson formerly of this city
bai been elected city attorney of
Enterprise. . ,
' County Clerk Mimmsogh waa In tbe
olty a few boon tlila morning on bit
way to Elgin. . . .
John Walden, candidate for aberiff
waa In La Grande yesterday, John la a
anre winner. .. .
, Recorder D U Proctor came in on Do
1 thin morning and took tbe Elgin
train for tbe north end of the connty
Deputy sheriff Frank Pny came over
1 iet night and returned to Union thli
morning. ' . .. '.' . .
I O Grout, left tbla afternoon for
Malheur county where be goes to look
up a location for a stock farm. '
OUND Good buckakia working glove
Left at this office.
Mrs Clara Knott, State Deputy for
the LO X M went to Union yesterday
to perfect the organisation there ol a
lira J W Meyers, who bas been In tbe
city visiting her brother John Jamison,
left tbia morning for her home in Neb
raska. , J M Blair and wife arrived from La
Grande yesterday, and Mrs Blair enter
ed the hospital this' morning as a pa
tient. Pendleton E O. -'
Mr Harrison! the pnmp man, made a
trip to La Grande the first of tbe week
We shall know ia tbe near future why
Mr Harrison so frequently visits La
Grande North Powder Citixeu.
Mrs and Mrs W A Simpson have
rented Mrs Zubers cottage on Wash
ington Ave, and will move their house
hold goods from Boise and will muke
this their permanent home,
Attorney F S lvanhoe loft this morn
ing ft r Wallowa comity where he goes
on legal business which will come lie
lore tbe circuit coil t which meets next
week. . .-.,.'
J M Hilts was tie first to bay a
ticket for the St Louis fair, thl m rn
lug under the new rates and will leave
in tbe morning expecting to retain
June 4tb .
One of tbe leading Doctors of this city
stated yesteMay while in conversion
with an Observer reporter that tbe
general health of the city was better
than itbas been for many years.
J W Waldeu, republican nominee
for sheriff was ai Obse; ver caller today
while on hla way to Elgin. Mr Walden
says everything Is looking exceedingly
bright for the election of the entire re
Candidates for the county officers are
considerably in evidence in La Urande
these days. It ia sale ta say there baa
been more band shaking tbe past few
days than La Grande bas experienced
for many moons.
Wm K Davis, of the Orosent Knitting
Mills Co, returned this morning from
Portland where te bas been In the in
terest of tils company. He raports find
ing bnsiness there as far as his company
concerned quite satisfactory. He
established an agency there for his
goods and Is moie than satisfied with
tba outlook for business. .
FOB BALE Two good work teams,
harness and wagons. Apply to
Grant Keys. Pbone No. 1713.
Do not forget that be K ol P
excursion will leave tbia evening lor
Elgin at six o'olook. You are invited
to go whether yon are a K of P 01
' The steady decline in Eastern and
foreign markets baa taken the life om
of tbe local wbeat market. Buyer
and sellers are fartber apart than ever
and business is at a standstill, with
tbe tens decidedly weak.
WHEAT Walla Walla, 75o;
bine sum, 82o; Valley, 81.
BARLEY Feed, 92! per ton, brew
ing,$24; rolled J26.
FLOUR Valley, 13.90 and 8.96 per
barrel; hard wbeatetraiglits, S3 60 and
3.70; olears, 13.85 and 4.0 ); hard what
patents, $1.00 and 4.10; Dakota bard
wheat, 15.40 and 86.0); giV.iem, $3.90
whole wbeat, $4; rye flour, $4.60 and
OATH No. 1 white, $1.17 ; gray
$1.10 per cental.
MILL STUFFS Bran, $18 per ton;
middlings, $24; shorts, $20; chop, U.
S. mills, $16; Unseed, dairy lood $19
. HAY Timothy, $16 per ton;, clov
er, $12; grain, $12; cheat, $13.,'
', Potatoes, 60 to 76 cents per suck.
Onicns 80 cents to $1.00 per tao .
Eggs Oregon, 16 J 017 ota, ate n
M,S2o , . .' . . -'
dutter Creamery, 25 and 80o
Dairy, 17J and 20c, store 0810olb,
Poultry Cbiokens, mixed lOo per
pound, spring, 10b and hn,
)0o , turkeys livo, 17 and 18
lb dressed 18 and 20c lb-, ducks, If
and 7 er dos. geese, 8c lb. :
YOU WANT RUBBER
lAMPS REMEMBER ME.
lufaotnie every style ' on any
liug and carry a complete stock
Is, Inks, Baoka, Datern, Rubber
eta. Seals, St nciis, Trade
Door Plates, Poatal Scab's,
te me what you w o I can
you by return mail Eveiy
V requirement supplied.
WESLEY ANDREWS, Biker City.
Tbia well known Cafe ia
w under new managem
ent and the public is as-
IreJ full valm for tbeir
' Special prices to b' ldera
of meal cketa.
In order to give the pub
lie an opportunity to know
just what a good p'ece we
. have, we b ve reduced the
price cf meal tickets from
$R to $4 50. This ia a spot
cash propoet ion.
Tiy our Sunday Chicken
J. F. Johnson
Depot St La Grande.Or .
A Hungry Man
Is never good natured, but a man
who has dined well always shows hi
most genial eide. All experienced
wives know thi-.and manv wise wom
en In t his city have learned something
If They Want
To strike "bobby" for a particular
ly. I arse slice or Ins uank account.
j they arrange to have him dine nt our
restauraut. They - know tbobetter
tbedlnnor the ennier ho will g sut
their request. And they also know
the beet dinner Is to be bud right here
Cattle Beat steers $4.26 and $4.0 ,
m lam, 4.00; cow $36 and $4.00
Hogs Beet largs, fat $556; medium
' Sheen Best weathers 130; mixed
sheep $3. ' :
Will Alders St Joe Mo
M Melvin Poatland
F E Ramsey do
M Kennedy do
M Manasse S F
P B fibbey Portland
T F Baylis od
0 A WenJlor gpokane
May Mitchel N Y
H J Conway St Louis
J E McDonald S F
A R Tuttle Elglu
A E Stoddard Sumpter
KR Smith Union
Henry Rube Aliiel
A Roderick Grant Portlane
J A Joh .son N Powder
Samuel White Baker City
M I, Tri-denthal N Y
W U Blacking Pendleton
Cbas H Dodd Ponland
W H Foamly do
M Adams . 8 1
II E Levis do
Frank McFarland Portland
Drank A Quart
Cincinnati May 10 To demonstra e
bit "gamenets" and also to show l a
capacity for alcoholics, Edward Moeller.
14, 1896 Pulte street, edified a throng
in a saloon at Mitchell aud Harrison
avenuea yvstorday by drinking; a quart
He It now In the Olty Hospital.
' Application of the stomach pump
fntlrd ta revive him and grave fears are
t ntertain id that he may not rec ver.
Tlis police were t otluVd of tbe occur
ence and arreatt are likely to follow.
I have purchased tbe SPO
KANE CAFE and it is my iu
teiition to make a special effort
to please the farmers. In older
to do this I have decided to
famish a special meal Saturday
of each week which I call the
Fur triers' Dinner. This meil
will include all that the market
afford? at.d will be served in
regular family style. This will
be the best meal ever offered in
La Grande for 25 eents. When
in the city call at the Spokane
Cale and see exactly how good a
meal you can buy lor 25 cents.
REMEMBER we pay cash
for butter, eggs and chickens.
J F Johns on.
Notice ia hereby given that the
partnernbip heretofore existing - be
tween E. D. Whiting and O. J. Black
bas this day. April 18.1404. been
dissolved by mutual consent.
Dated this tba la day ol April 1U04
at La Q -ande Oregon .
0. J. Black.
E. D. Whiting.
Vpril 17 May 17.
Car load or sack; Roll
ed or chopped. Bar
ley the same. Wild,
And Grain Hay nd
- Our prices always the lowest; fin.l out,
forget that we handle coal aud wood.'
GRANDE RONDE CASH COMPANY.
Free delivery 'Phone Main 1801 Wholesale and Retail
La Grande Mercantile Go
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
open;day and niuht
We sell weekly Meal ,
to the making
of good shoos
in the J. E.
C. W. PRESTON,
Shoe Specialist, DEPOT STREET !
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now 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 Asiist the Stomach and Diges
tive Organs in Digesting and A'simulaling
Sufficient Food to Robuild the Tissues Support
ing the Organs Invoked. There ii bu one
remedy that will do ihis, and Unit remedy is
KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. If you want to
kuow more about Kodol, come in and
WE WILL TELL YOU
A. T. HILL,
Prescription Druggist La Grande, Ore
Ladies' Tailored Suits
at less than Manufacturer's Prices.
The World's Fair Route
Thosentlclpatlng an Eastern trip, or
a visit to the LonlsianalPurcliase expo
sition at St. foiiis, cannot afford to
overlook tbe advantages offered by the
Mirsorai Pacific Railway, which, On
account of Its various routes and gated
wavs, has bevn appropriately name
The World's Fair Route."
Pas'erKem from the Northwest take
the MissouBi'pAoirio trains from Den
ver or Pueblo, with the choice of either
Koing direct through tbe Kansas City,
via Wichita, Fort Scott and Pleasant
Two trains dally from Denver and
Puoblo to St. Louis without change,
carrying all classot of modorn equip
ment, Including electric lighted obser
vation parlor cafe dining care. Ten
.tally trains between Kansas City anil
Write, or call on W. O. McBrlde,
General Agent, 13M Third at, Portland
for detailed Information and Illustrated
literal a. a. tf.
FOR RENT A 4 room house for ten'
cheap, near Gedd Bros store. In
quire at Oeddca Bros, 6 U
11 Dressers 6 aud up
1 Ladies Drossing case HI 50
0 Commodes 1 2.1
Wash Stands ,'Ijo
Parlor Suits 7 00 to 15 00
center stands 25o au I up
Cbildreus cribs k beds 1 25 up
cook stoves, rnngos 5 00 and up
Iron bed steads, several patterus
I have all kinds of chairs, ta
bles, quilts, comforters, blankets,
pillows, purtlurs and lnce curtains,
runs, springs, etc., whico must lie
sold during this month, come iu
aud look at these genuine bargains.
Remember all my new
stock of crockery, hardaare,
.ml tinware goes this niiitub
only at net wholesale cost
F D llaisten.
At-(J & M Noble's old t: ind
1 1415 Adam Ave.
We have left of our Spring itotk
in this line jomt FIFTEEN SUITS and
in order to make a complete clean-up
have d-cided to offer these at sacrifice
Black Kta.nine suir, Eton Jacket
iriuim,,! w,th black -.lk around
fei-k anil down Irnnt, stoln eftVct
I'lme na.to silk hand. d:in (ront
"Dl ''r.L K'KUl'" P"ce 12-50 sale
puce 10 00
CasMnicrOMiit, Eton or Norfolk
Jacket with cap-, military effct.
bliv- and grav mix-d Neat looking
and a-iv,cal le angular price 12 50
alc p. ice 10 00
N. v 'iv mil. Eton jMcknt ,
llKi K'cy Milling ,)lppd with R ,
h ne Mi.. i hrsi buttons on eboul
lrs, runt and sleeves skirt trim
iiihI san.e. Regular 12.60 sale 1C
Finer and n o'L-eUporaiely trimmed suns in Novelties', Cheviots
f la suits 12. 16 50 suits tl 120. if 17 51) fui !f 14. 21 sUj 19.80
Largs lino ol ladies' summer skirts just neeived. Cah
linen. Duck, Voi.e, Novelty, etc. -"lius UMb io $5 00.
Golden Rule Comp'y
1308 1310 1312 ADAMS AVENUE.
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