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BLOCKL AND BROS.
Island City, Oregon
Breeders of BERKSHIRE, and rOLANDCHINA
We now have eight young bucks, pure bred, Cots
wold and shropshires, ready for service, anyone need
ing choice backs, should see these to appreciate them '
. Young stock always on hand, and always glad to
have you call and see our hogs, as we breed them for
the Farmer, and ask you to compare our paicos before
buying some where else.
'' 8tellwell & Vandermuelen, Proprietors.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHEPS.
Highest market price paid for all kinds of butchers'
stock Hides, pelts and furs. Also chickens & poultry.
t Haifa Carload of
S New Wall Paper.
' ' We have fust received half a car load of the newest
and latest wall paper. Haifa carload means 20,000
k rolls. This is more paper than any one firm ever
I thought of bringing into this county in a single season.
I Ibis paper U all for sale and mast be sold this season. V.'e
bars brought two Bret olass paper bangers direct frbm Chicago,
who are without doubt the mot skillful workmen la Eastern
who, with the flru first oIa,P-t!i hangers already In our em.
I ploy, gives asthe best working fort . the Inland Etpplre.
! iStackland & McLachlen
l PAINTS. 0I12S AND GLAbS
KAOLK8 1 UrallUt Atrie ij P O H meet!
evury Friday nlitlil In K ol i- hall t. 8 j m
VLtllniibrotliern Invited U svleu .. ,
C U llookwell, W 1' a. N .jrvWo, W Sec
r"OR KHTEHM OK AMBHIL'A Court Mold
Marlon, No tti Intel ench TuoMlay In Elk's
hail. lirothOTi ro Invllocl to intend.
Al UuUnur Uhlol Ranger.
O J Vanderpool Kcotteo.
I O 0 F l.a Grudo Lodgo. No 16 rrc' -u
thtjtr bull every Saturday night. Vlsl'.ls n.ent
bar cordially invited to attend.
IE Klneliart N li
II E CoolUio, Bee.
A. K, A A.M. La Grande Lodge
.' o 41. nitmte evory let md Url (Satur
J .y oi each niontli.
A U Williams Seo,
0 1) Huffman W. Id.
ghtful Route, Daylight Ride
Dizzy Crags, Doup Canons.
A Golden Opportunity See
nature in all her glorious
beauty, and then the acme oi
man's handiwork. The first, is
found along the line of the
I'euver & RioGriuule Uitilioml
ti lid thn liittitr at tue bt. Ltmi
World's Fair. Your trip will e;f the Oroou nliroa.! A uavi
one of pletisurt mnke liio moat Co,1,Pan inland, Orejr, Hy
oJ it. For iuforiuatiun and illus 1 1?" ',,e M,1,,I",M f "m.frleni 1
traU'd lilortUi.ro write
V,0. McBlUDK, Ou. Agi.
Portland. On-j ( .
In the Circuit tnitt of the S at nr JOivriw In
- L U WU.I.IAM-, I'lHinttft
CAHHIA A WILLIAMS. IVlViulniil.
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t I r itKltU mIII tw Uimilnl.
V lid, JulyW,
K. W. Vvrl, HwlhU'f.
Having loosed the G W Alle etoam
wood saw, I am prepared to promptly
take oare of all orders entrusted to
me. W M And.,
Corner Greenwood and Hill streets
Phone 730 S 12-0 I
A paBaeiinerWepartinent of ithe Oro-
Kon Unilroad & Navigation Uompany
baa just iBBueu a beautllui anu costly
panoramlo folder entitled "The Col
umbia Uiver, tbrouiib tbe Caaoade
Mountains, to the 1'aoiHo Ocean."
Kroin ArliuKtou to Portland and (roin
Portland to the I'aciQc Ocean, every
carve ol tbe river and every point
of4lnterest areHhown wbile Mt Jllood
Mt AiIhuib, andi.Ma S. Helens, porpo-
tually covered with enow, ataud out
in there beauty. On the back of the
ntap la an Interoatinit etory in detail
of the trip from Huntington to Port
land and from Portland to the ocean.
not overlooking- the beaches and the
Ban Francisco trip by ocean- A copy
of this folder may be ae oured by aend
ItiK fmirconte In stamps to pity pontage
t,i A Ll rain, General Pnasengsr Agonl
Kant, and four cents in pottage the
folder will be urouiDtlv mailed.
I'l.ttc 1 SUtts l ami i tiller,
I 4 .rmulc, ttitui, lime Vs. i!"0
A MiniiH'iii unninsi unit
tile-1 ill UiU oltltt- liy i.turc;.
It-htrllit. Hlf.illl'l Itnllli-iiUMll t-
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vthi. il Ii m it Ui K' J Utnt h.iI1 jNlilt-f d.ikly lil
iriiouy nit.iiiiii:iri 01 11 11 inti. ii ciiity inr nmrc
h.mi nuniti' f !n-1 t.ti ,-iiui it. my teinial
H now It h.11 Ih-cii .i) --til I mill Ihi ini il uorr
tutu ti vc.tr mi t Jut not li'ipnuwl ntitl
UllHilK'! if U'l .i-ro-iu it 1 iv l!n ta . Tlliti
Mill ,il - i; 'I jlhimr ll Htl tllt'HHul ju(i WiWllt'l
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'r liMU'luiij util Hilton-
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K M IVtin I; oci Ivr
rut llllil illi-I i t I'll
II Koifrt KLHeiwr
J t rt lltiflmMHI AltCIlt
mill Aitot :t y lor
LOST-On Wedursday, tV-t. 5, or
Thurjday, Oct. (i, b, twpen Union
and La (Iramlt-, tin, I'hv point, N.li
ley, U y Oliver's ranch, r-nm Hooth
Lane and Island City. One lnxU S
cs dtirk rill tent, also ote Inre lied
Ktissiau lesthcr valise roiiulnin an
old suit of clothes, 2 pa ra uf iiomI
Xo. 7 shix4 itailel on bnttom, and
some maps, platsund valuable papers
A reasonable) reward will be paid the
finder by Itavlnu at this ollioe.
La Grande Evening Observe-
FRIDAY, OCT. U. 1904
Boston Oct. 12 Governor Bates to
day appointed former' governor W.
Idurray Crane United Htates Senator
to fill the unexpired term of the late
Crystal City Wash Oot. Tbe prelim
inary surrey for'tbe proposed new
eleotrio road wblcn Is being promoted
by Spokane and eastern oapiUUats for
this section Is praotioally completed
from Spokane'to Crystal City and men
are now at work on the Davenport end
of tbe line. .
THINKS KELLEY WAS
Sheriff Huntington is Convinced that He Tied
Himself to, the Tree Arrested for
Kalama Wash Oct. U Sheriff
Huntington has just returned from
Kelso, where he had been investigating
the Kelley kidnapping case He states
that in his opinion the whole thing
was a put up job on the part of Kelley
and that he did the work himself and
bis motive was to make people be
lieve he bad been robbed.
Kelley bad set the time for his wed
ding and did not have sufficient money
to carry out his arrangements. Tbe
robbery pretense was lor an excuse.
Tbe wire with which he was bonnd
was cut from tbe clothieline In use at
the home of Mrs Calvin, where Kelley
roomed, and his bands were so loosely
bound that not a mark was made on
tbe wristB. -
Sheriff Huntington discovered that
when Kelley was released by Sid Jones
be walked into town so fast that be
arrived ahead of Jones. Kelley wae
arrested by the marshal of Kelso and
put in jail as soon as he arrived in
town after bis release by Jones, on a
warrant sworn cut by Mrs Calvin
Announcement Has Been
Commence in the Earlv Soring on a Power
f Plant at Greenhorn
It hna boen rutuored more or less
luring the autnmer that an eleotrio wir0 WU berua from there to Green-
pOHor plant -tias to be established In , , . .
, rt .... . - horn City where the main power noatse
ireeiihotD City, but it remained for r
the annoanrement to be mu-le yeser- and distribatlng plant will be situated,
'ay by C K Aldrln, the promoter, that! The establishment of this plant means
ill uirangon ents had b-en completed 1 ,DB eduction tn operating expenses of
(jr the construction In the early spring the minoa nearl 60 Per ient afl in
f a water power to d'strib-He amonti ithftt fuel ha9 been quite expea
tim minM irhl..h hnVA nlmnH n.n,ia sire. The enterprise is backed by well
application for pnwer. The water!
power machinery will be erected about
Davenport Wash , Oct. 14 Mrs Vic
tor Phillips reamed het 8 months' old
babe from dt owning in a tub of water
yeatordav. Tbe babe was all but
drowned wbru discovered.
Toams to battl lumber fmm Ladrl
Oanyon t) La Grande. $2.60 per
tiimisaml. Inquire at mill or oljame
K antsr in tt.wn. lu 5-lg
t'OH SALE An almost new 4 1 room
house, nice lnwn, in best resideuce
part of town, very cheap il taken at
ottre, ouly iart cash. See 1701 Klrst
Comer Spring sts. Oot li 19
TOR 8ALK-MIIh cow Jersey, UOO
lb. driving hoiso, gang plow, top
bisgj . Apply to A. Muiloubnrg,
S) mile N K of Islaud City.
w Oct II-Doc 14
TO LK1' Room and board lu
j family, tj desirable parties,
Hood River Or Oct. 12 The sixth
biennial Hood River fruit fair, which
opened yesterday with eleai weather
and a large attendance, promises to
surpass all previous efforts in apple
dlap'aya at Hood River. The large
pavilion Is ailed with hundreds of
bosbela of apples, ranging from the
dainty Lady apple to the monster
Gloria Hnndl and 20 ounce pippins,
The king of tbe Oregon apples, tbe big
red Spitzenberg. 1b there In all his
Socialist Notice . ;
Members of Local La Grande are re
quested to meet at Lewis prlntery
Tuesday evening, Oct. IS.
charging Kelley with insanity. The
alleged victim of wh tecapB ate a sub
stantial supper alter reaching town,
and did not show any. signs ol collapse
until alter tapper.
Tbe place where Kelley said he bad
teen bonnd Is within 150 yards of a
gang- of men building a mill, who
could have easily heard him had be
called to them when be was attaoked.
PrBlrd, William Lysons and Will
Robb stood nnder a big maple tree
and talked for half an'hour at tbe time
Kelley would have bad to pas by if
he went where and when be said Le
Kelley has told many conflicting
stories about tbe matter, and now re
fuses to Sy anything to the Sheriff,
but deolares bis oase is in tbe h inds
of detei'tivrs. ,. A tew have believed
from tbe first that Kelley waa himself
responsible lor tbe whole mattej and
that opinion is now pretty, general
Although Kelley alleged he had been
bound, four days his ilothing was not
Made that Work will
aiizht miles from Greenhorn. A heavy
known local and eastern capitalists.
Grtnt County News. .
' IN TSHITUS Ul l TU:
I Tm s,ask nll.l Item WHeaatoMS,
I Sksk Hsaolw, Torpid Uw, Jaua-
U .. . . j , ,i . vi --i-
StO. iSllinsw. any ail www
Inf lfM aa InaeHr. er slu(1sh Svar,
D.VIM'. Utile Early RlMra as aiv-
Thay set eiwmplly tn4 never frtp.
Ty are s aaloty thai It Is a plus tar.
ts tat tlMm. One to Iwe set as
MM laaawni tw or .fear Ml as a
pkMauii sad .IImiIt. oathanla. Taey
ar. fttraty TCgsiable sal abnhslalr
lunaVsav, They tools th. ttrar, ,.
- rMrAtae .itlt b
S. . DaWItt ai Co CattMfn
Gllt-itff1 forest mwrre, aitprorpH, an
rrmmlUMl, rt.ly fur iratnwluiteaM any
ttvte. lwtwt prlrm.
' F. P. K.RItey,
eatnber olCotnntsro. Pllgt l-ortland, or.
ARE YOU GOING JO ST.,.!)!.,
Dr. F A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill's Drug Store
La Urande, Oregon l'Done j.401
Residence pnone Ul
C. B. Cauthorn ,
Office Over Hill Drug Btore
. La Grande, Oregon
Eight room on North r'ir Street en
quire ol Mrs 8hearer. 8-tf
- ihe.buiiuiog .formerly oocupied by
tbe Salvation army. For full par-
titulars and rates inquire of Mrs
8 C Zuber. Aug. 31 1 i
fOU BUN 1'. Housekeeping room
very nicely furnished. Two blocks
westol Higb School, on the corner
of 1st and M at.
FOR RENT-A suite of rooms nicely
furnished tor light bouse keeping
at the oorner of Fourth and Q streets
For further particulars apply to or
Mrs E O Moore, 1617, - th ti.
LOST On the streets of La Grande, an
abstract of title from the office of La
Grande Investment Company Find
er will please return to ottloe ot La
Grande Investment Company.
tOR SALE 8 acres of land and bouse
ot G.rooms a acres in bearing orchard
one acre In strawberries, stables for
t) borseB and oat houses plenty ot
water 20 minuets worn from P O for
particulars call at grocery store of W
FOR SALE Good Nine Boomed Plas
tered House with closets pantry and
bath. Centrally located, good cellar,
lawn, city water. Also wired through
out. Address Box GOttoi ftCLe647
WANTED Horses to pasture. Have a
nice alfalfa pasture hi mile eastot La
Grande : Flouring Mills 81.50 per
month. ' 0 1 SootC (3 t)
furniture For Sale
And bouse to rent apply to Mrs
Shearer opposite Star Grocery North
ol track .
Furnished ruum for gentleman sleep
ing nights. Mrs O W Preston.
1915 Adams Ave.
All 'poi sous are forbidden to hunt
with firearms or dog on my land un
der pain of being jr Teecoted for tres
Sept 6 t Joseph Anson
, Have Prof. Hendrioks tune your
piano. It will pay you to do so. Tun
ing and repairing carefully done. We
kindly aolioit your work.
Oct 3 Prof. Hendricks
Centrally located corner of Washing
ton and 6th Streets. Known as Geo.
Ball's lodging house.
One "good second hand Kimball
piano. For Particulars eoquiie of
Mrsloglo or Phone 1727 Residence
Cor. of 3rd K.
To small family who can give sat
isfactory references, a furnished house
of seven rooms with all modern oon
veniences, Including hot and cold
water, ba'.h inside toilet, A c, The
house is.convenii.ntly and desireably
situated. For further particulars
add. ess Post Office box 603 10-1-1 1.
Pictures of The Wreck
Parties wishing pictures of the
wreck can secure same by calling at
J. R. Smith's Jewelry Store.
FIRE PROOF SAFE
r'orlsale. Iwelnht 2500. nrice BO
Call or write La Grande Pawnbroker
Three booses for rent on R. F. D.
No 1 will (.make liberal terms to the
right persona. Special inducements
to long term leasers. L B Hyatt.
RED No. 1 La Grande
(Sept. 23 Oct. 23
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
'I would cough nearly all night long "
wrlloa Mr t'l.n. innl.u t i -
amlria, Ind., "and could hardly getany
vwiiaiiuiiuuu BO D8U tUal
if I walked a block I would cough
frightfully and spit blood, but when
all other medicines failed, three $1 00
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
wholly cured me and 1 talnt-d 58
pounds." Its absolutely guaranteed
to cure Coughs, Colds. La Urippe,
uroncnius and all Throat and Lrini
troubles. Prire 50c and 11.00. Trial
bottles Ires at Nswliu Drug Co.
AO UTS BHBBUAIISH v. '
n . AM Mnnhin. .H1I1L
occasioned by getting wet throuK'h,
worse wnen at real, or uu un
tbe limbs and in cold or damp weatb
er, Is cured quickly by Ballard's Snow
Liniment. Oeoar Oleson, Gibson City
Illinois, writes, feb 10 IWSK "A year' -ago
I was troubled with a pain In my
1. L I annn ant. BA had 1 t!Ollld not .
bend over. One bottle ot Ballard's
onow Liniment cured me." 23c, 60o,
1 00. Sold by Newlin Drug Co. .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Isolated TructPubllo Land Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that In pnrtuance ol
IniUnutloDS Croin th. Oomjitutoner or the
General Ltnd office, under authority vetted
In him by section 2 U. 8, Revised HUtutei,
aa menaod by the uct of Cong-rctti approvrd
February 26, 181)6, we will prooeed to o0-r at
Sublto Bale, at ten o'clock a. in., on the ami
ay of September, uot, al tbl, office, the
following tract or land, to-wlt: NWS NWK
Bee. 29, Towruhlp X south, range 88, EWM.
Any and all persona claiming adversely tne
hnviwlMAi-tbfld land are advised to file their
claims in this office on or before the day above
designated for commencement of said sate;
othorwlae their rights will be forfeited.
Dated August 8, IHH.
E W Davis, Register.
A A BoberU, Receiver.
Notice la hereby given that tbe co
partnership ot J V Rosa and A V An
drews, under tbe firm name of Robs dt
Andrews, has this day been dissolved
J V Ross retiring. The business will
beoontinued by A V Andrews who will
pay all debts and collect all amounts
das the firm.
Dated at La Grande, Union county,
Oregon, this 28th day ot September,
1904. " J V Rosa,
A V Andrews.
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3, 1873
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
U. 8. Land Office, La Urande, Oregon
Sept. 6, mi.
Nottoe Is hereby given that In compllauc.
with the provisions of the act of Congress of.
June 8, 1878. entitled 'An act for the sale of
timber lands in the Btates of Cullrornlu, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as
extended to all tbe Public Laud Htatea by oft
or August 4, 1892, Clarence H. OhanLel, of Salt
ake City, county orttolt Lake, State or Utah,
ha, this day died lu this office hi. sworn
statement No. 811)7, tor the purchase of
Lot 1, see. 18, Tp. 6 south, range 86, K'4 fH'A
of Section No. U In Township
No. s S! Raniie No. 85 K.W.M.
And will oiler proof to show that the land
sought Is more valuable for Its timber or
stone than tor agricultural purposes, nod to
cetabllKb his clulm to said land bofore the
Register and Receiver of this office at La
Urande, Oregon, on Monday, the 6th day of
He names as witnesses: Ralph H. Bums,
of Btarkev. Oregon. Elward Bean, of Htarker.
Oregon, Frank 8. Murphy, of 1'erry, Oregon, Abe
Anv and all rtersons eialmlnir adversely the
above desorlbed lands are requested to file
uiuiroiaiuuiu vui.uuice ou or ueiun) wua
sthday of December, 1U04.
K w. uavia, ttegisier
I hereby notify all persons that I am
the so'e lessee ol the Tbos. Smith stone
quarry, also all stone on the 230 acre
pasture and all patties are hereby for
bidden Irom taking stone off of said
tract. J L Mara.
Notice of Dissolution
Nottoe is hereby given that the
partnership et latin between L Still-
will and J Vandertneuilen. a firm trans
acting a general butoher business in
the city of La Grande, Oregon, was on
the first day of August dissolved by
mutual oonsent, It being mutually
agreed that tbe J Vandermeulin con
tinue the business and that L Stlliwill
withdraw from the business, and that
tbe said J Vandermenilen collect all
accounts due the said firm and pay
all debts against the said firm.
Dated this first day of October 1901.
L.Stillwill and J Vandermeuilen.
W Oot. 28
Eastern Oregon Business tiolledge
School of fihnrthnnrl . nn,l M,.mnl
Baker Oity, Oregon, had four calls
for Stenogranhera last weak and wa.
unable to fill them all. Our students
getgooa positions when competent.
Business men call on us when they
want reliable competent help.
f ow is the time for younn neoDle
Practical Business methoda ars
taught. Tbe light line System of
Shorthand is taught which can be
learned In about half the time the
old Shaded Systems.
Tultlon.and Board reasonable
M.O Perry Prino.
A DillNISTRATOR'S J5ALH,
By virtue ot an order and license,
made and entered by the 'Honorable)
County Dourt.on September 10, 1904,
tn the matter of the administration of
the estate of Angle A Wood, deceased,
I will irom and after October 22nd
1901, at my office .No. 1110 Adams
Avenue, La Urande, Union County,
Oregon, proceed to aell4at private sale
lots numbered sight 8), in block No.
ou in unapnn'i Addition to the City
of La Grahde, Union Oouuty, Oregon.
Parties desiring to pnrohaee said prop,
arty may deposit sealed bids ou or be.
fore said date, torathar with utn.j
j check for ten per cent ot the amount
oiu tor said property as a guarantee
that said offer will be oomplled with
in case the offer is ac-epted. No offer
will be considered for a sum Isss than
1200 J Terms of sale, oash to me In
D,nd- J. K. Wright, .
Administrator of the estate ot Angle
A. Wood, deceased.
Dated September 17, 1901.