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We are now
at a reduced
New Belts, New Combs, New Caps
E M WELLMAN & 00
La Grande - . Oregon
: ' : . . t. h.
TUESDAY. NOV; 29
Singers, Dancers, Jesters, Minstrellists
Vaudcvillists; Dixie Girls. ; .
SI8SIERETTA JONES , ;
the greatest singer of her race
"The Alabama Blossom" the fuuniest colored man alive
PRETTY CHORUS. Comprising the sweeteit and best Trained negro voices
In the world. Presenting a magnificently new 110,000 etage produotlon Including
"Looner Dreamland" "Plantation Paallxues" . "Glory of the Fair "Often.
back OperaBoufnr and "Hwell Muutrel VarleUes" -
Xa Srande fnves,ment Company,
1110 idams Avenue,. .-. La Grande, Oregon
Full Weight Guaranteed
Wholesale and Retail deal
ers in Hy, Grain, Vege
tables and Fruits
Carload lots a Specialty
Lawson & Zundell
OSee in Kiipatriok Bldg
Phone No 1113
MRS. J. R.
Ladies can SAVE MONEY by buying-now.
Pompadour Bangs, the kind always Bold for
4.50, now 11.75.
Novelties. Peggy Bags, Novelty Combs, Perfumes
and Toilet Soap.
The finest line
MRS. J. R. FORREST,
Masonic balding on Adams avenue.
NE R Y
i are made by us on Brst mortgages
AT LOW RATES OF INTEREST
' on't let Improvements lag for the
ajs1 of money. A few hundred dol-
- ui lay oow may greatly iaoreaae
thj ijie.srf the farm
' No '.lie' is lost in making the requir
ed advances. We push busines of
this kind through quickly.
. What would be nicer for a Ohristma s
present than an enlarged photo ol yoor
self or baby? Until Nov 20th .ou got
an 11x14 Bromide free with every tl 00
ordor tor Photos at The Taylor Studio
The east room of Central Church o
Christ. Open every day from noon to
six in the evening. Daily and weekly
papers, magssinos and books. Men
and boys cordially invited. Strangers
ever shown in
Three Death and Four
are the Latest Resnlts of the Season's
(Observer Special) I
Milwaukee Not.. 23 Three' deaths !
ud four men seriously wounded have
been added to the list of this season's
Emit Hinkleman was hit by a stray
I'Ullett and killed near Merril, Henry
Logermsu was killed near Belmont by i George Brown ol Mlltdore acoldental
ihe accidental discharge of his own ly shot himself near Marshfleld. This
gun, nd the eight year old son of makes the total of dead slnoe the sea
County Olerk William Smith of Eagle ' son opened 11 and the wounded 6.
Crop Report for Nov.
The Crop, Reporter for November
1904 was reoeived Wednesday morning
by the Observer fro Washington D 0
the following items are.
The present indications are that this
years corn crop will yield 2,463,000,0.10
bushels an average of 26.7 bushels per
acte. Last years average was 2S.5 bush
els per sore.
The total visible supply of wheat in
the Unlttd States and Canada on Nov.
1 1904 was 16,210,000 bushels as against
56,857,000 on December 1st 1903. -
The Paolflc stoo of wheat on Oot
ht was 4,100,000 bushels.
London XOV 2!J-8tatl8tic for India
. ..-a . ...
tor iw bdow ma. me population ou
looreased over 40,000,000 since 1891 and
numbered at the time of the census of
that year ' 294 861,056 persons, who
spoke 185 different languages and ob
served eight great religions.
During 1902 36,002 persons were kill
ed by reptiles and wild animals. Tigers
killed 1,040; leopards, 609; wolves.
307; other wild animals, 901, and
reptiles, 23,166 The number ol wild
animals destroyed was 14,983 and
John E Hough Mat sixty boxea of
choice applet yesterday, gathered from
the orchards of L L Oldenburg and F
U Tat tun n, to be placed In cold storage
aud then displayed daring the 1005
fair. Of the 36 boxes furnished by M r
Oldenburg there were 86 dlSeient
cho ce varieties.
Notice Of Final Account
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Administratiix ol the
estate of William Spencer, deceased,
has filed in the County Oourtol Union
County Ior the state ol Oregon her
final account as such administratrix.
and the Court has fixed Monday the
19th day of Deoember 1904 for hearing
any objections to said . final account )
and for the final settlement ' thereof
Dated this November 19, 1904
Minnie M Spenoer, Administratrix
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notloe I. heieby given to all whom It may
That Nellie O Nell), administratrix of the
eslate of Alfred T Nelll, deceased, b..s lllod her
final report In the administration of said
estate, and the County Court of Union County,
Oregon, hai set Ibe 2nd. day of January. A. I) ,
1906, at two o'olock, p m. for the hearing of said
Bpon ana any oojecuou. tuereiu:
llated ihtsltflh. day of November, A. D 1004 .
lULUJII M. ...11. U, I
Administratrix of the estate of Alfred T, Nelll, ;
New York, Nov. 63 Nsn Patterson
appeared in court today looking care
worn and weary.
Dr. O Hanton the coroners phytl-c'-in
is on the stand and stated tha if
be bad thought it a case of murder he
would have made a more detailed re
port at the time. .
DFC II T BlH A I
IxlJUItfl Vl t ' I
Frini lrl rXPlrfrSSI IN
I vVtlJsl -Ur rl JJI
Little Eunice Emmett had been
complimented on the beauty other
.nit nnu Mia harl auirrraated that
""-"." . ...
ha would use w snoos one ui tiiem
This led to what may prove a fatal
m. nm,. . ra..l
may prove a fatal ,
k.nn.nl ATM.. In Va.h - ;
taS MOnaay Of ihbs weea. luetltue
. ... 1 ,lm i..i .inn.
tot and her brother were playing alone
In l,a hnna and aha nlavfnll auffirea-
In the nouse ana sne puytuiiy sugges-
ted that he Shoot one other turls" '
off. Tbe little fellow climbed np on
the stove, got down
rifle, aimed It
rine, aimed ll
at his slater's "iorla" and fired. The
ball strook tbe little girl la tbe shoul
der. A pbyslulan was summoned from
Newport and is in attendance. Jor -vallis
Men Seriously Injured
Elver died of oold and exhaustion
while snaring rabbits near Houghton,
August 3ye. a Chicago bake?, was
wounded near Norway, Mloh , John
Beuk, aged 14 years, reoeived a bullet
from his own gun near Seymour, and
Lador Convention .
San Krancisoo. Nov 23 The conven.
lion of the Federation of Labor adjourn
ed until Friday. Most of the dels-
gates today went on an excursion
around the city making short stops
at Vallyjo and Mare Island. '
NO. 4483. ';V-:,.i-Rcport
of the, Condition off
The Farmers & Traders National
At La Grttuue. in the !
oloae of tmilneii,
:ate of Oregon, At rhe!
Nov. 10, lgOi
LOftnlADd Discount $
uvBranuia, uocaruu uuu unoeour
U S Bonds to secure circulation.
Premiums on U SBouda -
Bonds, securities, ato
Banking bouse, furniture and
Other real estate owned ........
Due froirr National Banks not re
11, All 39
ft ora state uanki ana tsanjt
, 16,191 14
approved r. serve
Chooka and ot ber casb i' na..
Notes of other National Bank..
Fractional paper currency, nick-
eis, tua cvuut...
Lawful Money Rbservb IV
ttedemption nana witu u. .
Treaaurer 5 per cent of olrcala
L I ABI LimES
Canltal Stock raid In.
Surplus fund ..
Undivided pronts, less expenses
and taxes paid
National Bank Notes outstanding
Due to other National Banks ....
Due to State Banks and Bankers
Dividends unpaid H ,
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificate of deposit....
Bins uayaDie, including oertincatos
of deposit for money borrowed 16,000 00
Total , $813,181 OS
Statb or Orkooit
County or Union
I, J. W Mcrlber, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to tue nest oi my auowieage ana
I W SCKlBEFt. Oasbier.
Bubscrlbed and sworn to before me this
Bind day of Nov., low.
J W KNOWLES,
Notarv Public far Ornffnn
JOK. PALM Ert
GEORGE ackles Dlreetors
O McCULLY I
That the way to reach a
man's heart is through his
stomach. Try it by using
Geddes Bros' canned fruits,
delicious beraies, lettuce, on
ions, and radishes, just fresh
from the garden. We are
the first store the farmers
call on and of course we get
the choice of everything.
We always have the fresh
est eggs, butter, etc
Special attention "given to
execution and ordor of wale and doorae of fore-i
closure and sale. Issued out of and under the
Notice I hereby given that oy rlrtne of an
i'f, 'otOotuuerUUM, and 10 me" directed and
delivered upon aiudgement and decree dnly
aenvereaupoa aiudgement and decree dnly
rendered entered or record and docked In said
I Court on the lath davorocuilicr luni in uiM.nit
.wherein William Henry was t-lalbtlffand AP
CayiorCammieoayior, oun ouayior w. H.
deceased, were Defendants, aald iudgmcu
being In favor of said. i'iul.illiT and against tbe
iM-ienaant a. i uayior, ror tho sum of fra.oo
7"" 5 poroeii. luteros, uieroon mira tile INtll
day of February, IWB, for tho um ol 11.00
Alti'l fee. for
r the further sure of slsjrj taxes
p.,d and interest thereon at the rato ol 10 per
cent per annum rrom tue ivtn day or January,
1D04, for the su m of (S.7S Insurance and for
Mll tod disbursmoois: i win mii, on Thum
lue eUt day of Ueoember, 1804, at 2 cfolook
r u, , av., pubUo .uHon'u, th nlgtl.
est Udder for cash, at the front door of tho now
Court House buliulna In tbo Oityuf La Grande
Union Oountv. Orezon. toaatl.r utd plain.
tiffs judgment, together ith accurlns coals,
au the right, title and Interest that the salii
day of February. 1U02, or afterward aooulrod.
veienoaDin ena eacn 01 tnem nao on tna lath
In and to Lot 4 In BlooR 8 lo Urandy', addition
to 1A Grande. Union, Uounty Oregon
Dated this lltb, day ol November. lWM, at La
Qrande Or-,00 ..
81ktrur.ll Oauoa Ooonly, Oregoa
'IB Kellogg deceased. Eetaie.
Notice leiereby given that the
undersigned, J M Church, haa quail
Bed aa fixeootor of the last will and
testament of 1 K Kellogg, deceased.
All portions having claims against
aald estate are hereby required to
present the same properly veritled to
the undersigned at the oitloes ol O 11
Kino, bommer Building, La (jraude
Oregon, within six mouths from the
date of the first publication of this
Dated and first published Ootober
J M Ohuroh, Exeoutorof Estate of
J R Kelloaa.. deceased.
0, H. Piun,.. Attorney for Eieoutor.
I Call For Bids
Notloe is hereby, slven that the un
dersigned will reoeive sealed bids up
to and Including November 19, 11)04,
for the filling oi lota, streets and alleys
in Fredmore's Addition as follows, to-
(1). Sor the ailing and leveling of
ota from one 1 lo ten 10, Inclusive.
Ci block 23.
(3), For the Blling in and leveling
of Parson street from its intersection
with North Depot Street, to Its inter
section with North Greenwood Street.
3), For the ailing and -leveling of
lots from four 4 to nine 0, inclu
sive,' and from, twelve 12 to nineteen
(191 Inclusive, In block 22, incluoing
(4), For the filling in and leveling of
lota from eight 8 to fifteen 15 in
clusive, In block 3.
(S), For the filling in and leveling of
the old ohaoorl In Hill Street between
North Fir and Depot Streets.
(6), Hor the Blling in and leveling
of lots from two 2j to twelve 12 and
from sixteen 16 to tweuty-th.ee 23
inoiusive, in mock 4, also, coanei lu
Trobridge Htreec between North Fir
and Depot Streets.
ah lots to ue nuej with good dirt,
tree from mavel and refuBe. Streets
and alleys to be Allied with gravel. All
bids to be lelt at the olllcu ol J VV
Knowles, La Grande, Oregon. Bills co
be ma'le separately (or said work, as
indicated by said numbers end also, (or
performing entire work. ' The right ia
hereby, reserved to reject any and all
bids -. - '
Dated at La Grande, Oregon this lltb
day or. November, A 1 1UU4.
Nov 11-18 . v Spuld log.
Ruokpoit, Mast., Nov. 23 Tha new
armored cruiser, Pennsylvania 'is off
on ber speed trial left over cape Ann
oourse. The wind is light and the
ses smooth '
IT PAYS TO
W L Douglas, the famous shoe man
whose picture Is familiar to every
newspaper and magazine reader in
the oountiy was elected governor ol
Massachusetts on the Demooratio
ticket by a majority of 80 ,000 and
over, He secured the position not
because he was a Democrat but a first
class advertiser, And there is one
consolation in fact says an exchange
tbat while we are not all great enough
to be governor
of MflAHft.'hnnpf.U wo
a till have the privilege of Htaodios'
in a great man's shoes. .
Foreign Crop Report.
London Oot29 In Broomhsll'a Corn
Trade News of the 26th Inst, attention
is called lo the magnitude of the ex
ports of wheat from India and trim
coantries in the southern hemisphere,
clilefiy, of course, Argentina, Anstra-
ia anil New Zealand . The revleed of
ficial figures on the Argentine wheat
crop of 1903-4 slow the production to
have exceeded 80,000,000 bushels. The
last Australian crop exceeded 120,000,
000 b ishels, BLd India produced over
350,000,000 bushels. Iu all of these
countries therefore the surplus wits
extraordinarily . large. Broomhall
states their combined shipments
for the first 43 weeks of the present
calendar year at 20,000,000 quarters,
or 190,000,000 buthels, and thinks
heir total shipments for the year like
ly to run np t, 21,000,000 quarters, or
192,000,000 bushels, a quantity "fully
double that c! any lormer year. "
U. S. Crop Reporter.
Hats Off, Please
A Oorvallis ohuroh has Introduced a
rule that the ladiei shall remove tbtlr
. . j , , , . . .
DStS during Service so that the rest Of
.i - . . .
wu8regUoa will 09 note to see
the minister without stretching their
called an ex-
tremely undignified manner to gaze
over an array 01 dead birds, etc., says
the Salem Journtl, If this oustom
was Introduced Into the Salem oliuroh.
es It is safe to aay not a man in the
city would be very angry, and when it
is considered, "why should not a
lady remove her hat In chnroh as well
as any other public plaoesf" For ae
loogaa the fair sex will persist In
wearing a miniature mountain ol filmy
stuff on ber head they should be con
siderate enough ol other people's feel
Ings not to obstruct their view with
In the Olraalt Oou.t.of the Blue ororegea lor
.i , Union Uounty. : , r
L0 WlLLIAMS,rlainlil , ,
CASSIA AcWILMAMS, Detendaal. "
TO Uawlii AHWIIlUl
xoaz the above-named
e ofthe Stale or Orogou .
n'.-reod.at: lu the ntiui.
vou aro h-iroby required to appear and aruw.r
tDe comp'suil nieU ugaliut you la the .bov-
ouuueu .u,, ou or Derore tne 'Mn dav o
Uclubei, WOI. And Ifyoa fall com au.wtr, tot '
want Hereof, the piuiuUlt will talt. deoroeV
atralnat you for the dlMolullon uT tho marrlne '
cuntntut ex.ttlng between you and tlie plalu- '
tlrl and furcoiU and (lubutHetoenu of tliu.uic,
Tills numroone Ih puliilshod In the Kavtern '
Oregon ObMrver, a weekly newspaper publUhed
lu Union county Oregon, by order of the Hou. :
Hubert t&lln, JuUno of the UUihtli Judicial :
Dlair. t of tho Ulroult Court ol the Bute or
Oreuu. , ince a week for tlx consecutive weeks. .
the oral i.oillcatlon thoreof to be made on the
Uth dayoi September, UAH, and the last publl- ,
outiououtlie lllu duyof Ootober. 11101, which
- was mado on the Urd day of deptewber :
7 KUOKNB ABHWIUU,
. i ' , Attorney ior Jftaiutin
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878,
NOTIOtt KOtt f UltLIOATION.
: U. S. Land OUloo, at La Umu 4, Or., - .
' . Uetl?, 1U0I.
Notice Ut hereby g-iven that In ouniplluutie
with tho provision of the act of Cons-ross uf
Junes, itrta, entitled "An act for the sale ol
timber lands in tho states 'of California, Ore. .
Ton, Nevada, and Washington To-rltory."
as extended to ill! the l'ublio Lund HUUm by
BOl ol August 4, 18, HorUrt R deiver t
culdwell.eouuty ofesuyon, -uteof Idaho, lut
this day nlod In this oatce his sworn sLit .
meut No. x2i4. for the nurchitse !ot the Nil 8
yyj4 HuoBowji ananvvx sh.u or m-o..
No. kin Township No. 4 ri. U T.N'o. K. W.M.
And will ollur iiroof li.shnfl fh."thn lun.l
ftought is more valuable ror Us timber or :
stone thun for agrlcullur.a purposes, and
to ONluullHlt his eltitin to satdv Ituid before
the Ueglster and lteoelver ol this oaloe at ,
La Urande, Oregon, on Friday, the 6th day '
or luuuary, 1W5.
lio names as witnesses: Wlllinnt H Brown
of ferry. Oregon: Clara A Drawn of ferry, ,
Oregon: B H, liullls, or Pon y, Oregon: Ilea
Jamin ifouug, of iiiigard, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the '
above-described lands are requested to nla
tholr claims in this offioe ou or before aald -6lh
day of Jauuary, 1W).
JS. W. Davit, Roslmor. .
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878 -NOTICE
U.S. land Otrioe, La Qrande, Oregon. -s
.... aept. a. Too. '
Nutlce la hereby given tliat In compliance
with the provisions of thetiot of Congress of
J uuo a, 1878, ontllled "An act for the sale of
timber lands In the Htatea of nallfnrnta. Om. '
gou, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as
extended lo ail the Public Land Huttos by act
01 August 4. mz. Uharles M Wright of
Pllol ituek.Oounty of Umatllla,8tate of Oregon
htiK this day tiled In this oMoe bis sworn '
stuuinenl No. ml7, for the purobos of the -Blv,
M-.X See. Jl and NK!S NEW Boo. 1A Twp. 4
Hllivi and Lot i Bee. ID .nil Lotl Uec, 80 la
TcwUHhlp No. 4 8,, ltauge 36, IC W M.
And will oiler proof to .how that the land
sought is more valuable ior lu timber or
stoue than for agricultural purposes, and to
eslal-luh his calm to said laud hotore the
lb-glstcr and Receiver of this onice at
Grande, Oregon, on Tuesday, tho 90th day
ne namcsas witnesses: jnmraR Hanna, ol
McKay, Oregon, Alliert Winters of atarkey.
Frank Aldeu.ofBtarkoy, Androw SalUvan
Any ;ud all persona claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to ule
their claims In this offioe on or before sold
20th day ol Decomoer, luot.
,. 11 W Davis. Register.
TREASURER'S CALL FOR
Notloe is hereby given that the an.
dereigned, Treasurer 61 Union County,
Oregoo, has funds ou hand with which
to pay all county warrants whlob wore
presented and endor.-ed by the County
Treasurer prior to tho 7th day of Octo
ber IBM). Dated at the treasurer's of.
flee In the oity of La Grande this the
18th day of Nov. 1904. No interest al
lowed after said dute.
John Frawley, ,
- Treasurer of Union County
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878-
IMUIILt l-OK PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land OUioe at La Grande. Ore.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance
.wuiu.iniuu.in .no uu u, vxillgrOSS Ol
i 8, l?5,eutl.led ,4Au aut for Ule sale ol
timber lana hi the 8tuu of Callforuli, o
?nUud to"'' "ia Fubiio
cuuniy of Uuiuu, BLalo of Orenoo bus tills
duy 11 led In Hi is ofiloo bin swurn MUitemeut
No. for the purcliiLso of t lie Jfi L of a WW.
ofaeciionNohftiidN i W oi Benloii
KWM uhlp 4 anVQ Mo. U7,
And will odor proof to muuvt tlmt tho land
ougUt U more vuluuble for I la timber at
Btoiitj tht.ii for tijirioultuml purpoBo, und to
eHtabtlHu bcrolulm UiHiiid laud befoie Uia
Itcglaturand IUnmIvot of thin office ut L
Urunde, Unwou.onUaturdiiy. thu7Ui day or
Janmiry. tlito. '
tie uiiinun um wudokhoii: uerbert K ciravor
of Caldwell, Idaho: Kalph H Dullii, of Purry
OrcKun: lieiijainiii F Vouun, of illlitiiril. Ori-
goti; Will Um 11 J-iOUijIuy of liilKUrd, UreKoa.
Any rijm ttu pursoiu oiitimiuu; uUverfH
tho ubovi doHcrlbed iinrit uro rnquuHifd lo
flletuulrulaltiiM In this otUcaoti nr hurnrsi eu.tr.
7tb day of January, 1U06
us. w. uavit, ietfittei
TIMBER UNP, ACT JUNE 3, 1878
NOTICE POP PUBLICATION
U. H. Land Omce, La Grundy Oregon
. . Sopi.6, iwt,
Noticola heroby given that In eonipllaiioe
wIlhthopnivihloiiMortlio ucl of UougrcHS of
June , 178, eutitlud An act for the sale of
limber htnus in tlie HlalCH of Uitllfornlii, Ore
gon, Nevada, und Washington Territory," us
extended lo all the l'ublio Land Hlatcs by ui-t
of August 4, IWi, Clarence U. Chaiiaol, of Halt
Lakooiy, oounty ofHitlt Lake, hUto orUUh,
hai this day nicd lu- this omce bl. aworu
etatelnout No. 8197, for tbe purchase ol
Lut 1, Sec. IB, Tp. 6 south, rniinO U6, n N
i NE'4 ttBa ol Sucllou No. la lu Towushlu
No. 5 B, Kaiige No. :i5 K.W..M.
And will oirur proof to show that the land
sought la UHiru viilimhlo for Ha timber or
stoue than for agricultural purpose, und lo
CNlulilUh hla claim lo said laud before ilio
Koglstcr ud itocolver ol this office at l.u
Grande, Or-on, ou aionday, tbe bth day of
He imroe-l us witnesses: Ralph fl. Ilnllis,
of Hturkcv, Orewon, klvard lle-n, of Htarkey,
Oregon, Frank U. Murt-liy, of I'erry, Oregon, Abe
Uoittiii, of ferry, tiregun.
Any and all persons outlining adversely tlie
above dcsorl bed lands are raiuostod to tile
their claims in liiis olllcu ou or belore suld
5tbday or December, 1UU4.
K. W. Davis, Register
Eastern Oregon Business Culleilgn
School of Hhorthand, and Norninl
Baker Oity. Oregon, had four culls
for btenographers last week and was
unable to fill them all. Our aludeuls
get good positions when oompetont.
Business men call on us whoa they
want reliable oompetont help
Now is tbe time for young peuple
to enroll. ;
Practical Business methods are
taught. . Tbe light line System of
Shorthand is taught which can be
learned In about hull tbe time the
old Started Byslema, '
M.0 Perry Prino.
-31-10-21 DAV, .