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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1904)
Second Hand Wheels
I have three second hand wheels as good as new," at 1 a
wy cheap price. t Call and examine them, "rl have 'also
nt received a nice line of hammocks at prices from $1 00
17 00 ad kinds and patterns. If you tee them you will
bay 'one. . Call and examine the goods. : . .. :,-
MRS. T. N. MURPHY ;
Shovels, Spades, Hardware
j The DrjrLand Alfalfa grows without Irri
. . f ation.
Red Clover, Alfa.fa and all kinds of
Garden Seed in bulk .
Seed Wheat, Baled
Barley, Oats, Etc'
v The only Seed House
ihUnion County. -
We still have some of the
Ormond stock which we will
sell out at ' i
60 CENTS ON THE $100
While it lasts. The very latest patterns in dishes.
TheLa, Grande Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams
Remember W Still buy nd ! lodl
i SmMd Hud CooOimI
Concerning jpeoe '. Who Come
.And go andOrher Items
fvflf Local Interest. . . . '
Remember the mase'meetlng' to
Arrange to attend tha maia' meeting
tonight. ' ' ; ..- , y
Miss Mabel Williams arrived In the
city Saturday evening. - She will
reumlna mouth 01 six weeks visiting
friends. '- . -w, , i
Mrs J ; M Blair, who lor tha put
month ' has .been in tha Pendleton
hoepittil receiving treatment returned
honia laat Saturday, tier many friends
will ba pleased -to know that the. has
eoaiptetoly recovered, "
Mrs T' If StubbHfleld and three
ehllcrea eeme down from Huutlugton
Saturday night to join Mr Stubbleflele,
who haa oiieued in exclusive boot an
shoe store Just aouth of J ,M Berry's
store. . . :
In Printing the various tickets ol the
various parties our idea waa to include
all the esndidatea and to have made
the same complete the name of William
Grant, independent candidate for
Joetlee of the peace for La Grande
precinct, should have been fnoluded.
Judge II E Courtney, of Baker City,
accompanied by the Socillat candidates,
will speak at Union Monday night,
Cove Tuesday night, Summervllle
Wednesday night, Elgin Thursday
night, Hilgard Friday night, and La
Grande Saturday night of this week.' ,
In printing the Prohibition ticket
last week, we, by an error failed to print
the name of Hon J W McAlister who is
a candidate for the office of johitsenator
for this .and Wallowa eounty. This
omission was a mistake on our part and
not intentional. .
In tomorrows issue we will have a
carefully prepared article ahowing the
value from a market standpoint of the
products grown on the farm that is
consumed in the city of La Grande each
year and Is Increasing as our population
grows. The figures will be surprising
to not a few but they are correct. ..; ,
Water Suprlntendent Ulllman has
rce of men at work cleaning out the
resivor and the city well. This is a geod
move and one which will meet with the
approval of the water consumers. By
commencing uow to clean the water
system there will be less dificulty in
keeping the water In a good condition
during the warm months. i -
Tha Commercial Club has arranged
with the Orpheus Concert company of
Australia to appear here Friday June 3
at Stewards Opera House. .This concert
company is considered the very best
musical company In the West and the
club is to be congratulated upon their
good fortune In being able to secure
them. The clubs good fortune is also
to the advantage of the general public
as all will share alike.- The time to
secure tickets is short and all who do
not wish to miss this real musicle treat
should arrange at once to attend.
BVery frKUr nltftt fd K of 1' lull at t p IB
C tl HoGkWtU, Wf. AS tUrvlllo, W 8m.
KOREBTEIW OK AIIKIIICA-Oourl Mid
H.rioo, Ma as Me.U each TuewUy lu Klk's
bjJU Bral&M an Invited to attend. .
- Ai Hclioer Cblel Banter.
0 1 Vudwpaul, Kwlho.
I O p -U Onnde Lodge. Mo 16 nuete in
Uietrball.yepyn uniyIjik,L VUlllni m. m.
berardktUy laud to etu-nd.
CJ Vendetvaal, N a.
I RBnoak.gee. .
Mr. John H. Oullom, Editor of the
Garland, Teias, News, baa written a
fartures congratulations to tba rainu
lettet of of ' Chamberlain's Oonah
Remedy, as follows i ' "Sixteen years
) when our - first obild waa
a baby be waa subject ' to oroupy
spells and wa wc uld be very nneaay
about him. Wa began naiog Cham
berlain's Oough Remedy in 1887, and
finding it soon a reliable remedy for
colds and oroup, wa have never been
without it in tha bouse since that
time., Wa have five children and
have given) it to - all .of them with
good results." For Bale by all drag-
Tr. I' A CHARLTON
Office st A T Hill's Drug Stort
L Grande,' Oregon Phone 1361
Company L will give their regular
weekly dance at Armory Hall this
Von are all cordially invited to
attend, best of order and good floor
management guaranteed. Thoinae
Orchestra. "Admission 60 eta Tickets
P AN AN A HATS j
EOSS & ANDREWS
TAILORS AND GENTS FURNISHINGS.
A Twoj Light Electrolier
! Bmpire style complete with etclied glass
ihadeH tid all attachments put-up iu
ycrorrealdeoce for f $.00 . . .
See tamplesio ourl window. ,
La Grande Light & Power Co
This well known Cafe is
now under new manage
ment and the public is as
sured full value for their
Special priceB to holders
of meal tickets.
In order to give the pub
lie an opportunity to know
just what a good place we
have, we have reduced the
price cf meal tickets from
$5 to 4 50. This is a spot
Try our Sunday Chicken
. j. F. Johnson
Depot St La Grande.Or.
7t.tr clve Su.-rourtdings
Add to tha Antinvmnnf. rt onfln.
Our reHtflurnnt is rnn on this u.lnnl'.
pie and our tables, not to soeak nf mir
employees, are always attractive to
tue eyo, Bnowv liuon. Hbiniiiff uilvnr
and glittering glass aie make an ap
petizing preparation for the good food
we serve. And there is -
- No Disappointment
when it isplaoed before you, perfectly
oooked and in geneious proportions.
How we manage to serve such meals
at suoh modest prices is a mystery to
every housekeeper in town.
City Property For Sale ;
Finelj Located, Well Improved 5-Room House For
Sale. ' Also Other City Property, At
CRANT & HERRONS ;
ON TIME !
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN.DAY, AND NIGHT
We tell weekly Meal
Tickets, Cash. $4-50
fin you order groceries l)in rjiB
ant sure to bave them dollvered on lima ,
" When you order groceries from us you are sure to
get the verv.best to be had. We keep only .the best
The next time you are at our store
ask to see our special line of
& POTTED MEATS
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE :
Cor. Fir and Jefferson Sts.
Notice to Contractors.
Settled bide will be recieved until
2o olock P M Baturday June 11th
1904 for the constmation of a one story
honse for disUivt No 3 Union County
Oregon according to plans and epecifl.
cations which may be seen at the re
sidence of G R Thornton Aichitect
La Grande Oregon. .
The building to be completed and
ready to occupy by the 15th of August
The director reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
W L Tucker
Chairman Board Director.
D June 10
Notice To Water Consumers
Ordinanoe No. 2j8 provides that
The water rates shall be due payable
in advance at the office of Oity Re
corder on tba first day of each month
(except for meters, which are payable
ontb e first day of the suooeeding
month), and if not paid within the
first ten days the water will be shut
oft the premises, aud not turned on
nntil payment is made of amount due
with one dollar in addition for the ex
pense of turning water off and on.
This rule shall be strictly enforced be
ginning with the 23rd. of this month.
H. O. Oilman,
if Water Supt.
. to the making
of good shoes.
; All included
in the J. E.
Do not forget the
Mass Meeting this even
ing at the Commercial
Club.t You are ex
pectcd to Attend.
Soraaton, Pa May 30 Stephen
Haggorty, aged 25, tnis morning in a
fit of insanity, attacked his - family
with an axe, fraoluring the skulls of
bis sister, Bridget, aged 23, and his
brother, aged 14, obopped the oollar
bone in two of bis sisters, Winifred
aged 18, and badly injured his brother
Anthony. The father and two brothers
were hurt in a death grapple with (he
Cook stove & ranges $3.75 to 120 00
Kitohen treasnres - 1 50 to 2 50
chairs, all kinds, ' 15c to 3 00
oupboardB and safes, 1 50 to 1 00
Dairy oburns, 2 50 to 4 00
white Lilly Imperial washing ma
chines, - : 6 50
Lounges, Settees, & sofa beda at
1 50 to 7 50
2 eleotrio ohandlliers at 2 50 & 3 60
I have a large stook ot assorted
furniture, dressers, oommodes,
wood and iron beds, parlor suits,
springs, mattresses, feather pil
New tinware, granite, lamps and
glassware, crookery, brooms, whips
in fact every new article In the
we are selling out at wholesale cost
. F D Haisten,
. At C & M Noble's old stand
1415 Adams Ave.
.B,-i' .f.- .t
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
JThere is but one way to do this; namely, relieve :
the Stomach of its nervous strain rest ' it; and
at the same time Astist the Stomach and Diges
tive Organs in " Digesting and' Assimulating :
Sufficient Food to Kebuild the Tissues Support
ing the Organs Iuvoleed. There is but oue
. ; remedy that will do this, and that remedy is .
KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. If you want to
know more about Kodol, come in and
Prescription Druggist La Grande, Ore .
. N . f
E. P. Staples
E. E. Romlg
R0MIG & STAPLES
A full and complete line of staple and fanoy gro
ceries. Fancy canned and lunch goods; Tinware,
graniteware and wooden w are.
Fruits and vegetables in season. Bakery prodnota
always fresh. Good service and quick delivery.
The potencka of drugs are studied by
medical doctors while the potencies ol
our bodies are studied dy osteopaths.
It has come to be believed that Na
ture is a rep6ntablo physician aud will
it assisted by skillful Osteopathia
treatment, mend herself.
. What shall one do when catching
cold? rccure a reaction as quickly
possible by Osteopathio treatment, by
exercise, hot drinka and baths.
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
"I would cough nearly all night long."
writes Mrs Clias Applegate, of Alox;
andria, Ind., "and could hardly get any
sleep. I had consumption so bad that
If I walked a block I would cough
frightfully aud spit blood, but when
all other modicinoa fulled, three (1 00
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
wholly eured me and I gained 88
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed
to cure Coughs, Colds, La Urippe,
Bronchitis and all Throat and Lnng
troubles, l'rice 50c and 11.00. Trial
bottles Iree at Newlin Drug Co.
NO PITY SHOWN.
"For yftfra tataiu after me continu
ously'! writes I? A Qtilledge, Verbena,
Ala. ''I bad a terrible ease of Piles
eaualna 84 tumors, When all failed
Bucklon's Arnica Balve cored me.
'Equally good for burns and. all achts
and pains. Only 25c at Newlin Drug
We have recently added to our stook
AN ENTIRE NEW LINE
Of these goods in mon's youths' and boys' suits and are now prepared to
offer some very exceptional values in these lines.
The goods were purchased direct from manufacturers who make a specialty
of medium priced clothing suitable for general wear and good service.
Men's Waol Cassimore suits, $5 00 to $10 00
Men's Fine Woritod Suits, $8 60 to $12 00
Men's Clay Worsted Suits, $6 50 to $12 00
Youths' Cassimeres aud Worsted Suits, $4 25 to $6 00
Boys Cassimere and Worsted Suits, $1 50 to $3 75
Boys Wash Suits, CO cents to $1 25
Also a large line of mens and boys pants.
THE GOLDEN RULE CO-
1308, 1310 and 1312 Adams Avenue,