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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1905)
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GIFFIN & HOG AN
Licensed Oregon and Montana
Experienced Lady Assistant in attendance :
The only Exclusive Undertaking Pailors in
Our office U always open
Office in LewieJBuilding, opposite Bommer House
BLOKL AND BROS
Island City, Oregon
Breeders of BERKSHIRE and POLANDOHINA
We now have eight young backs, pare bred, Cots
wold and shropshires, ready for service, aayone need-
in oVnMiKnVa ahnnlrl tliAaa tt annrAoitU than
' m - - -1 a -r-z - X --
Youjgjstock always on hand, and J always glad to
have you call and see our hogs, as we breed them for
the Farmer, and ask you to compare our paioos befor
buying some where else.
Money to Loan
Representing the Equitable Sayings k )Loan Asso
ciation of Portland, Or., the strongest, safest A most
reliable institution on the Pacific coast, under State
supervision. Loans made short or long time to suit
WM. GRANT, Agent
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Br Scripps Nsws AMocUtioo
Nsw York Feb 18- ithln two doors
of their horns at 138th Bt early thl
morniiff Mr and Mrs John JCornlat
wars held no and Mia Cornish waa
robbed of a Are thousand 'dollar dia
mond brooch. In tiyihg to defend
his wife Mr Cornish who is reputed io
be a millionaire was ahot and (serious
If wounded by the bandit who escap
ed, , "
Henry Heppner oHeppner Or one
of the eldest and most oonspioaoe real
dents of the state died last night at
hospital according to word which
reached his friends id this city. He
had not not been In the
best of bealib for aome time bnt until
a few days ago his condition . was not
regarded as serious.
Henry Heppner waa founder of the
town of Heppner. Hie body will be
brooght to Portland Saturday morning
where funeral sarvioes will bejheld
Sunday. Henry was 74 years of age,
Forty Three Wives
rhiruA Fb IS FortT three wirea
arenow .erditea ny id yvivm
Jobann Hoch, the modern blaebeard.
Of these Hocb admits marring w ana
the police are confident that they will
'sweat" further admissions rrom nun
and probably run the list op to SO
Insanity will. In ell likelihood be
Hoch's defease. Suggestions along
this line are' made by the prisoner
himself and also by his attorney and
eren the state admits that It is the
only logical defense
Hocb continues an amused and non
obalant spectator both at the lnqoest
and at the recognitions by women
whom he baa deceived Two wooen
rlelted him this morning and Identi
fied him aa .their ' husband and were
received by broad grins. Their tor
rents of vituperation did ' not distnrb
his Jaunty air. '
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(By Scripps News Association
Odessa Feb ; 18 Leaflets are being
circulated here tbia morning signed
"The South ; Russian .Section of the
Social Democratic Revolutionary" an
noanolng .the Jdeath of Grand Dale
Sergins and closiDg. "The eventmarks
the beginning of war reprisals forced
on the people by the unbending stub
borness and the intolerable (oppressive
rnle of the present regime"
Now is yonr chance to have a fami
ly washing done free of charge. If
you wish to know how to have thia
done call up Thoa. Biegmund at the
Ronde Valley House and he will ex.
plain It all. General agent for the
I Ideal Washer, Call up Phone 3-6
LET 61S SH0V YOa
By Scripps News Association
Chicago Feb 13 Plans for the con
solid ation of the Southern Iron and
Bteel properties Into a new corpora
Man. which will . practically control
the output of pig iron In the country
mm MinnUiul hnF trulnv at meet
tag of, the New fork, Chicago and
Southern men. The capitalization
will be about $115,000,000
'GLASSiriCD - DVCRTlSCnCNTS
vl AVE ANYT.1NG TO SELL LETfIHE PEOPLE
HEAR ABOUT IT THROUGH THIS DEPARTMENT AND
YOU WILL FIND A BUYER. IF TOu WANTUO BUY EX
PLAIN YOUR WANTS THROUGH THESE COLUMNS.
FOR 8ALJ5 OR TRADE 5 good work
horses, 1 SX inch wagon, 1 4 Inch
logging truck, 1 4 Inch logging
truck. JOHN ANTHONI.
FOR SALE Pure Bred Black Minorca t-
Roosters from Imported Stock Also
Eggs for hatching.
If D Halsten
Hecond Hand Store
Board and Lodging by Mra Good all
2114 3rd st. Phone 707 t!
FOR RENT Barn
close In. Apply
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms to
rent. Inquire of Mrs Zuber. "
Entombed, In Cave
i By Scripps News Asscolatoln
PotUville, Penn., Feb. 18. Ten
men are reported entombed in a cave
in the lytle collier of the Busquehsnna
Coal Co., this morning. ' 1 '
Pottsvllle, Feb. W bile a cage
containing ten workmen was (bsing
lowered in the shaft of the Lytle mine
this morning, It struck timbers - pro
jecting from the side of the : shaft and
knocked the bottom out ot the cage,
precipitating the nun twelve hundred
feet to the bottom ol the shaft. It is
believed that all are crushed to death.
FOR RENTFurnished rooms with or
i without batik. In best residence
! district. Inquire at Cor Fourth and
Main at, the Georae Hansen proper
Two ear loada of first olasa shingles
Just reoeived by the Stoddard Lumber
If you want a good home cored bam
or baoon or first lolasa lard. Call at
the Harris meat market. Opposite
For Investments In I
Writato 0, T. McDANIEL .
Outaario ....... .Oregon
The Best Physic
rou want a physio that
Jan 6 tf
FOR RENT One six room house,
good location. One Ave room cot
tage furnished complete. A new
five room bouse! all modern lm
provemeuts. La Grande Invest
. ment Co., Foley Hotel Building.
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mild and gentle, easy to take and
gentle, easy to take and certain to act
always use Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablet. For sale by ,
ttewlla Drug Company.
LOST By Mrs Fred Stanley, in this
i city yesterday, a pearl collar pin.
The finder will please leave same at
! the residenoe of Mr J M Berry and
' receive reward for same.
WANTED To buy legelmate business
I State what yon have for sale Address
33 care Observer. F 8 tf
E. C. DAVIS, Proprietor,
Complote assortment ofjfin
est marble and granit
always on. hand. EstimateaJ
cneeriuuy iurnisneu upon
Headstones and Monuments
How Would You Like
to have One Hundred
t'la'your storUnsuoh shape that One
Hundred New Cuatomera would 'tarn
the tile" for youf
Are things with yon only just "so
so"? Uille maturing too fast sales a
little to alow too many peopla going
t aat your doors lack of 4nap" and
"go" and Uiuetlo" around your
Are fixed expenses coming to be a
burden while they should be merely
an Incident In yonr business.
If you leel these symptoms-no mat
ter whether you are a big merchant or
a little one. You need a Tonic
In just as large doses as you can stand
REPEATED EVERY DAV
will change the whole situation for
It is Idle to suppose that you can
not secure the one hundred new cus
tomers regular ouatomers who would
'turn tha tide" for yon.
YOU CAN GET THEM but not by
wishing for them. It's not so easy as
that. Nor by distributing hand kills,
or putting up posters, or buying space
In programs It's not so easy aa teat.
iou must spend some money more
than you have ever spent for Ads
quat ADVERTISING SPACE
your Daily Newspaper
Let Your Newspaper
Do Things .For
When this newspaper has given to
yon the last word about the events ot
the day when It has acted as a sort of
central office In 'connecting" you
with "all ot creation" it has done
muoh for you of course.
But it can do more than that it can
help you run your store, your olfloe,
Iou factory or your house,
t oan carry your little worries for you
and never turn a hair.
You do not fully uao your news
paper if you Mmply read It.
iou do not know your newspaper
until you have used its want columns
It can dispose ot things for yon .
It can find lost things for you, find
any kind ot.help J on need, find buyers
for you house, you lot. your horse,
your furniture, your shop or store,
leasehold or equity.
la short, any day every day, thia
paper stands ready and able to do
things for you I
, Mesdames Whitly and Halatent en
tertalned the AESL members, their
husbands and a few friends Friday
evening at the home oi the former.
A very pleasant' evsnlng waa spent
and a dainty lunoheon was served. Ihe
members will meet next Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. John Anthony.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon
or Union County. In the matter ot the Estate
of Jane Ball, deceawd. Notice is hereby given
that the undersigned as administrator of the
estate of Jane Ban, deceased, pnniuant to aa or
der of the above entitled Court, made and en.
tared on the Uth day of December A D 1904 will
from and after Monday the 8th day ot March
AD 11109, prooeed to sell at private sale
for cash to the highest bidder, subject to con
firmation by the Court, all the rUUt, title aud
Interest of said decedent, in and to the following
described real ettate, towit: An undivided one
half Interest tn lots 1 and 2. and all of lot S in
Block MM ot Chaplin's Addition to La Grande
Oregon: an undivided one half interest In and to
lot sis and the north twenty-one feet of Lot 7 In
Block M in Arnold's Addition to La Grande, Unl
on County. Oregon subject to the life estate ot
George Ball, therein, and a mortgage of $700 on
LoU 1 and 2 in Block 102 aa aforesaid, or so muoh
thereof as is neoesssarj to pay estate debts.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, and first pub
lish ed this December 28th, 1004.
GKOBGB BALL, Admmlstraor,
Oregon Produce Go,
La Grande, Oregon.
First Ol ass
We pay cash for chickens,
and want all we can get at
our new warehouse on Jef
Grande Rondh Cash Co.
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WILL M SATISFIED
. If yonr tickets read over the Deuver
and RloUmmte Railroad, t a "Scenlo
Line ot the world"
There are so many scenic alt-act -ti
points 01 interact monir thi aie
iwen Olden and Denwr t ut ill. n In
;. Ifyon are going east, write for ifor
mutton and get a pretty book that will
; UUyoa all about 11 .
W C McBRIDE, Agent, ,
' 124 Third St.
Portlard . . . , ,. , Oregon
Corner Jeffersoa Avenue anl Greenwood Streets.
, Price lor Marketable
Brick furnished in any
quanity or any style. No
contract too small or too
large. See samples of our
La Grande, Oregon.
T. 0 whom it may con oern Notice Is
hereby given that my wife, Alios Crip
pen. having left ms without nj just
cause or provocation, I will not bs
lecponslbls for any dsbts that ah may
contract Dated at La Grands, Oregon
thia Uth day ot Fsb. A D.t 1906. -!
G. E. FOWLER
All or dergiven prompt .
G. W, ALLEN, Proprietor,
AllOrders receive prompt
Residence 615 Osbora St.