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PER CENT OF
On all cash purchases of
$1.00 or over on meats and
lard QDsil July 1. 1905. A
complete stock of meats, poul
try, lard, hams, etc. ,
Phone 1601 ;
RENT, LEASE OR SALE "
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Lots 17, 18,tblock 102, ; ft
Address bids' to, P" care
of Observer ' ,4 1
TWTlCTatWTf ip in' I' wis'IimbB
. Notice to Creditors I
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERNS
NOTICE la HUKKBY UlVKN that lettrt
or aUminUtratlon liave been iaiued by tha
County -Court of Union County, Dregon, to
Alary C rlwaugerupon the estate oi bevniour
Hvtuurw, decvael, aud ail pontons bavins
claliua agalnat uilii eatat am hottby ooltBud
to prcnout the game, wllb proper voucher, to
Ilia attid aUmiiiiktralrU at bar realueno at
Kamuio,Un:Kuu, wiUilnalx uiuolba from the
uuteol th la notice. ' -
Dated at La (Jrande, Oregon, thlf 2nd, day of
Docciuber. A. !., lHW.
MAHV c. swauger
Admiulatratrlx of Ui wtata ot Seymour
Bwauger, dcoonatd. ... , .
Notice la hereby given that the eo
' partnership berelotoieexlstiug between
WO 1'eaoU, J b Peach ami u W teach
under the name ot Peach Broe., has
i tbis day been dusolved by mutual ton
"Bent, V G Peach retiring. J B Peach
and U W Peucb, who will centlnue the
' business, as Peuoh Bros., vtil pay all
outstanding debts and collect ' all ao
counts due tbe old llrm. ;
Dated at La Urande Oregon tbia
' 28tb day of Nov. 1904.
W G Peach V,
i J BPeaoh.
11, 28 ia,ia . G W leach
N THE COUNTY COURT. FOR THE
COUNTY OP UNION, STATE
OF OREGON. 7 ;
in tbe Matter ol Ui EUI.'
of ClUtlon ,
Jane Ball, Duoeaxd. j
To George W. Ailed and J. W. Allen, belra-lit-law
of Jane liall. deaceaaed. and to all oiuur
d u k Down heirs and puraoua ouuoeroeU: Urai-
fn tba name of the 8Ute of Oregon,
Von are hereby oiUiU and nxjuirad to appear
IntlieCouuly court ot tbaettate of Oregon,
ior the Uuuuty ol Union, at the Court Koom
thereof, at Lo Urande lu theCoumy ol Culon,
on Saturday, the luth day of UeeumDer, 1UUI,
.it 1U o'olooli, lu the forenoon of that Hay , tht u
ii nd there to ahow oauae, If any you have, why
hi petition of Ueorgo Uall, Aaiumixiruior of
tneatove named eautte, praying lorau uider
' the aald Court, authoriaing, liueuaius, and
unpowarlug him to tell the teal property be
tinging to aald eatate, to pay aatate uebta,
liould not be granted,
Wltneaa, the Uon, M. A. Harrlaon, Judge ol
lie County Court oflbe Stale ol Oregon, lor
le Uounty of Union, wltu the Hvni ul Mild
.ourtalttxed thli4U day of November itw.
AlteaU J MUILUAM Dleik.
Now Ready for Sale
Tbe people of tbis oeonty are i ow
i itllled that tbe O'Connor adJuiou i
ready for the market a d vl.at
take lota nan be bad at reiuurkutl
v f prices. . Tbese lots are tiu iiy llu
i t and are without except ion bo
it residence lots in the tit . I't r
ts wisniug larger traots can m me
,t what tbef want by got g a Utile
.thur baok in tbe eaui ttildt'iidi
not fail to see tbis adduiou and s.
i oue of these cboioa seleotiou -i
some one else gets tbe lot you
-.at. 'orfull dcscrlptiou ol prop
- y and quotations call upon Dr
vJoimor Lm Urande Ore.
Phone Main mi
Cor Park and Oak Streets .
111 the asaenoeot purity." As' you
i easily convince yourself by fuel,
n Bjub and Ubocolates--ta8?it
ttcblates assorted Bon Bona Hi d
1 op. Newlin Drug K't,
, CSRAY NOTICC
Sotloe Is hereby given to whom It may eon
. n that there caiua to my place about Ju.
lCM.twomliee north of i'erry on ilm.
It the following dwsorlbed animal, uue dai It
urn belfer.partJemey.Oomlug two year
' without Vlnlhle branda or ewr marks
,'l animal haa txwn taken up by me and it
wllh my cattleon the Draper piaceahoui
.Ilea northeaittof l.land t:ity. and owiim
a naveaaaie m rvi, "yr; i,7,
in rM Town. La Urande. Oregon.
Iutlttd talg 7lh day of .November, liw. .
r.u nttfciv, '
I iM Ti;-Il. 1.1V (jliHl.lc, llrcjuu,
iu4 tUl7tliaty oov.l .llHr, liwi.
Tsooma, Wash. Deo. Meager
details ol an explosion in a coal mloe
at Burnett boul 50 mil" from Te
eoma bave beea received here. Ten
bodies bad bees taken out at ' mid
night aod it is positively known that
fite workmen art still ia the mine. ,
The following ieul have so far been
recovered aod brought to the euiface:
' Justus Elson, Mart Kftrkas, Erick
Leuoma. Ooar Mukard, 0car Siro
Andrew Matson,! John : Lewie, Mat
Peore. ' John Luoma, Oscar Luoma
John Baloo, . .
The following uamed are itill in tbe
James Chapman. George Barter
8 8 Taylor, Charles Hill.
BARS iwt JAP
Seattle Wash. Deo, 19 Ia the fed.
eral court today Judge Hanford sign
ed a memorandum decision denying
admission to citizenship to a Japanese
namsd Tally Klmurr. The latter ap
pfared in person in court with two
reputable witnesses and made all aeo-
mry affidavits concerning bis term
of resldenoe and; eaaomtuua ,. ZZ
moral qualifications but . the court,
while admitting all these ' things deJ
clared that lbs could not income a
oittzen because be was an Aslstio and
not white. Tbe decision has excited
interest here tbe first on this subject
to be delivered from tbe looal federal
Inez Ky, Deo, 9 Mery Bell Kirk
the beautiful young daughter of Will
iam B Kirk, and niece of Circuit
Judge A J Kirk is dead ot a ' pistol
wound inflicted some time early Mon
day morning. She died at noon yes
terday. In s statement made just be.
fore her death she said that the shot
was fired by Moses Evans. She said
that Evaus shot kber because she re
t used to marry him. "
Miss Kirk was fonnd lying across
tbe track of the Norfolk & Western
railroad Just beyondlthe West Virginia
state , line . Monday morning by
an employe of tbe company. : In - her
breast was a Wound from S pistol ball
and she was almost lifeless from loss
11 L Johnson, who baa a farm about
three miles west ot Summervllle, was
an Observer caller ye iterday, and left
B sample of the products of his farm
which excel anthiug we bave seen
this year, or any other' year for that
matter. Tbe banuer product was a
mammoth potato, of the variety known
as the White Elephant. This potato
weighs four pounds and one ounce ' and
measures a little better than .thirteen
au I a half iuohes in length. The spe
imen is perfect, having neither blem
isb or knot. ' He also brought ' speci
mens of apples of the Ben Davis, Nor
thern Spy, and Spitzenberg varieties
wuioh are as Hue as could be fouud
anywhere, lie ilso brought a sample
of chestnuts grown on bis place
Mr Johnson is a firm believer in tbe
virtues of water aud bai made the
strenm which flows above his - farm
leud iUelt to bis aid aud the result
is cerutinly satis.actory.
v i Hh Cow guaranteed good milker
To eeil t he p If sold at onoe. . In.
titine at V1 II K.rtley livery barn.
L,l IINo Or- blOCKKOLDERS
lvud t Ity, De-. 8, 1904. The an
i lal tftot khoMere meeilng ot the Island
t My Church Association will be be d
in ti,e church, Monday, December 19,
111 )l, for the purpose of eleodng dl
isjturs. By order of
E Kiddle, President.
il J Hoi rue, So. ' '
A GKEAT SENSATION.
t ' '
There was a big sensation in Leesville
lui iaiia, when W. H. Brown of that
place, who was expected to die, bad bis
lite saved by Dr. kiug'a New Discovery
tor Consumption, tie writes: "1 en.
tlurrd l.iniUtrable agonies from Asthma,
ituiyoi r ew Discovery gave me im.
uiedlaie reliel and soon tbereaft-r
.-Heeled a toinplete cure." Similar
.mes of. Consumption, Pueumonia,
lirouohitis and Urip are numerous. It's
the peerless remedy for all throat and
His troubles. Price- 60c, and 1.
-4ii..ranted by La Urande Drujj Co.
and Mewlin Drug Co., DrnggUU.
Liug (Jo., DrugglaU.
' - AND ABROAD
Fngene is to have s new opera bouse
erected by George llldgley. r m .
A naval recruiting offloer will have
an office at Tbe Dalles from the 8th
to the 15th of the present 1 month.
AOGagelhassoldthe Laos ooonty
Leader republican, at Cottage Grove
to tbe Leader PuMiahln g Co
There will be an examination at
Helena Mont December 28-29 of ap
plioants for the position of teacner at
tbe Philippines, j
Tbe total property valuation ot Tbe
Dalles Is $1,283,615; ot Hood Rler.
$2S4,685tof Dntur 109.945; of Bbanlko
1513 of Antelope 146,965 ;
Every town In Washington that was
dry" before tbe municipal election
of December 6 wejt "dry" on that
date but the ' prohibitionists - did not
gain any new towns. ; "
Tbe regents of the State 'Unlve-sity
have concluded to sell and tear away
the old observatory building wh en
has not been need (or eight or ten
years and has become an eyesore,
.Turkish i authorities under orders
from the porta have stopped the sell
ng of Bibles in Trebizond and the
ports Is preparing a defeuse to be fill.
ed with the American and British
governments.. , .
TO BE ADMITTED
New fork. Decv n.ii"
bsd been sworn in tbe trial of Nan
Patterson at the elo.e of today's ses
sion of the court. , ,
Instructions were Issued today by
Justloe Davis that no women . should
be admitted to the court room during
the trial, j'.
ACUTE RHEUMATm 'ji8'
Deep tearing or wrenching paina,
occasioned by (jetting wet through;
worse when at rest, or on first moving
the limbs and in cold or damp weath
er, is cured quickly by. Ballard's Snow
Liniment Oscar Oleson, Gibson City
Illinois, writes, Keb 16 1902: ' "A year
ago I was troubled with a pain in my
back. It soon got so bad I could not
bend over.' One bottle of Ballard's
8now."r,e cured me' 250, GOo.
el 00. -'- Newlin, Drug Co. i -
;.' :. fob .
$46s $43, $52, $55
The .well known aod
ftopu ar I'nc fio Qaeen.
' . Verj, littUt souie styles.
, Paymcuts $8.00 dowri
a. ni $1 a mouth. Vi rue
u for par icolrrs. Mail
Onierc icotuptly and
carefuli) lit ed.
Eilers piano House
351 Washington. Street,
Large storos also Spokaue
arid Seattle, Wash., and
LITTLE F JR STOCKHOIDERS
"While it la Impossible to state ex
actly the finanoial condition of . the
expo-lilon oompany on tbie, tbe cloa
mg day it can De autnorttauveiT an
uounced that all debts against :, tbe
company have been paid with the ex.
ception of a few current accounts sal-
rie eto, ana this it is tnougbt , will
consume nenrly all tbe surplus so
that there will only be a - very small
amount left for ; the etotkholders.
"From the amount ot royalties
collected by the exposition oompany
lj is eatiuiated that the concessionaries
nu the pike and other parts of the
world's fair grounds have taken in at
NOIICF OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
hTOCKHOLDERa OF LA GRANDE
NATIONAL BANK . ,1. ; v , . . '
The annual' meeting ,ot the stock
holders of the .La Grande V datsonal
itunk will be . held at ' their banking
house, lu La Granite, on Tuesday tit
tu.ith day of January A. . p, , J00i, - b
Iwi-eo the hours of 10 o'clock A M
end o'clock P. M, At this meeting
n board of live drectors, to nerve for
the rtisuln year, will be elected and
such ether business will be transacted,
as u.ay pioperly come before said meet
ing. " . . , -,
T -' - George Palmer.
- presfdent ot the La
Grande National liank.
, J W, 6-1,9.
FOUND A package conUlring three
1 1 pair ot gloves earner 4tb and Main
au Owoer cao secure same ,p7 cll
lng and paying for this notice
t)& RENT OS SALE 130 sore farm'
well improved. Will either rent or
" sell. Inquire . of m Moss, . Ls
- Grande Bars! free Delivery ;No',l,
Hi miles north of Island City.' '
Dee 6 January 8.
FURNISHED HOUSE 5 r,oms al
. fornisbed ' complete. , Conveniently
located. ' ' - i '!-
La Grunde Investment Company
PLAIN SEWING Plain dressmaking
and sewing. ' , Myrtle Gates, .
Cedar and Adams avenue at Adna
LOST On streets -of La ..Grande a
sma.l gold faced watch with ladies fob
with letter iN on charm Finder wilt
please leave at this office sad recieva
reward. - - , .- .
3'u. . Wood for ale
16 inob, feet ' and. pole wood, ' all
dry and sold at lowest prices. Phone
1281. H. Atkinson '
. 6t . : Old Town Btors
PUBLIC SALE . .. .
The undersigned wUl sell at publlo
sale, at the farm of M Baker, on - Tues
day, December 20, 1904, at ten, o'clock
a. m., tbe following;
1 Mare -" 1 harrow
. 1 drill 3 oows 1 gang plow
3 calves 1 mower 1 rake ;
1 single harness i - 1 cultivator ., ,
1 set double harness a 1 wagon ;
1 boggy household goods, j .
- Terms Amount np to $10, cash; over
10 approved notes, on 6 months time,
0 per cent unmeet, t ?z. ccrzt Oaoonnt
on all cash ssles over $10.
Ed Btringbam, Auctioneer, u O . '
Lunch at noon.
; Furniture for Sale
Complete house keeping outfit will
I sold dueap if sold once; 1 :
" J p Ardrey.
tf Cor. Adams Ave. A Cedar St.
' Monday night between Army hall
and J W Whites residence black Far
bow Suitable rewarJ for Its return to
this office., ' ' ''
: Home Cured
- t;;J "...
The Harria meat market now oas a
oompleta line of their famous home
cured, breakfast baoon and hams. Our
old oosiomers know what this means.
A sample order : will 'convince all of
the superiority of our home cured
meat, ' 1 ": .Harris Meat Market,
. THAT TIRED FEELING
Uyoa are landuid. depressed an'
incapable tor work, st indicates tha.
your luer is out of order.: Her bine
will aeaiat nature- to throw oil bead.
aches, rheumatism aud, ailments akd,
to nervousness and restore the eoergte1
and vitality of sound and perfect health
i J uubbara. temple, Texas, writ Jr
Maroh 21 1902: "1 have used, Herb;. o
for the past two years. .. It hes do e
me more, good' than all the doctor ,
when I feel bad and have that ti 1
feeling I take a dose of Herbine. it
is the . best medicine ever made i r
chills and fever. V bOcts a bottle.
Bold by Newliu Drag Go.
TREASURER'S CALL FOR
" COUNTY WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given thst the nn
dereigned, Treasurer of Union County,
)regon, has funds on band, witb which
to pay all county warrants which, were
presented and endorsed by the County
Treasurer prior to tho 7tbday of Ooto
' er 1899. Dated at the treasurer's of
. in the city of La Grande, tbis the
ith day of Not. 1D04 Nj interest al,
wed after said date, o t,-; , .
- John Frawley,
Treasurer ot Union County
- ' A Round Steak
is just tbe thing to lay tha foundation
for a good day's work. That is, when
It is the kind we sell. Jalcy, rich beefy
flavor. Full , of nutriment. Makes tbe
weak strong, and the. strong stronger.
o c v r All Kinds of Meat i f
4,'i . :' i "...' ', v ,-.
that are good to eat can be found in
our Icebox in prime condition, at prices
that please. You wU fare well it your
bill of fare la bajed oa'our meats - -
II, You Have Any thins: to Sen let
; -the People hWar about itthroeh
his Depar men t and You wU '
: Find a Buyer. It You Want To ?
Sell xpiain'Ybur-w ants- iind
You Will Find aller.
FOR SALE Best I bavaia to real
esUte in tbe city. My residence prop
erty Cor. Waahingtoo Ave. and Green
wood fit. " Lot 75x110. Modern house,
seven large rooms, hot and cold water,
bath room; electric lights. 'Lawn,
trnit aud : shade trees. , Finest resi
dence location la ths city. Good easv
proposition to tight perttes., For par
tloolais see " ? i C J McLrin.
WANTED Wsihlng to do at home.
1 Mrs Shaw, West W st.
WANTED Girl to work at ths I X L
store. ' -
We will make, you a box coat for !
money than von par for a ready made
gxrinent -and you have two hn dred
E attorns r pics from."" We also cover
nitons, press clothes and clean vour
coau ana vou have a ehanoe to win a
140 ooat witb every dollar paid in odH
store. ai Anuews,' uenta lurni-u-logs.
' ". Phone No 231
: ' TiNmann's Fine Goods
Every hou ekeef er wants pure epic
t-S ana navoriua .iriCt: . THImann's
are mads for the best family trade.
- , 17-24
Send your orders for Fruit Boxes to
Stoddard Lumber Co. at tbe La
Grande planing mill
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'17.0 The Bulletin just issued ,, by ; the . United States ,
; QoVernment, after months of careful research, shows
, ,ihat In the Western States, the average family , pnr
. chases annaaliy goods' t the amount lot t,7!ifi" 1 '
On. this lasis the
with each issue of. the JDailyt and Weekly OB- n
SERVER annually puMhcise merchandise to S.
K the amount of
' he natural logical conclusion cannot be otherwise
than that no widerawakeusui.eman wo ..wiU.talr.e
the few moments necessary to convince himself of . the r-
' accuracy of the above statement,
!tbe opportunity of placing
each mouth) before Ihis army of purchasers. ;
La'--' v- u)
ii i mi .i
: . dt i. An ad under such conditions, properly taken care
of will most certainly bring enormous returns on ths
i , t; (,tu ....1 :i .
1 f '4,V4'v . .
Should receive the most
Very business house whose
it' iTOT r b
LOST A brown shoestrli.i shopping
Under ple-se re tarn to this
0fflck-M lilt f.
fbe building tormorly oo -upled by.
the Salvstloo army Kbr fall oar-
ti ulars and rates inquire ol J
'8 C Zuber. Aug. 31 1 f"" " '
I Ul ItSVilVW V.WW-aa-r
Furnished room for ftentltwaairslftepi
lng nights. I Mrs O W Preston.
j 1915 Adsas Ave.
Farm for Sate
I desire to sell my beautiful little
far. of 80 sores woTmlles and a'tialfi
east of La Graode on the rural postal
and farmers Tslephone line to suit tbe-
Noodles served dsy and night at
Hop Lees Noodle Reetrutant In, the r
(irandy building.' "S 1 .
i. for Saie
1 sewiog machine, I quskrr cabin te
canned -froit.. Guitar.
Adams Bi. -
Call . 1471
8 t J'"'
Try the Observer for firat olaes
s w em - -w
Job Work. - ,
2250 families visited -
can afford to miss
r -a a wv
his announcements (25,500
careful consideration of
volvme of business de-