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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1905)
O NINo 1 A. good tlx room Loom
md three lots. l'rioe.81000 caaa.
L Gr Co No 2 Aj newl.threeJ.room
boose, two lots. Mar E Bishops. City
water in hou?e, small, burn, frloe
Kou, iuu caan nuance mouuur P7'
CLP No 8 A good, nioely furnish
ed tt room house, two lo'j, near school
, ft K U shops. Price SluOO, 1100 cash
: and balanoe monthly pj men ta.
A good six room bo ate,
two Tots, good location.
7:Ml.nO. :UM1 noah. inM
. ; tigatue terms.
A D M No 6 A fine tlx room house
feomer Morth Fir & "T" btreet. line
'1mud, nice shade tieee and lawn.
: Itxtra nice bouse , price 25oO, 4J00
a eh, balauoe one, two and tliree year.
V. T P No 6 A1 aood six room boose,
hade trees aud lawn, two lota, good
location, trice - ' "
and balance month v pajoo a m.
H No 7 Small house and, large lot
101x120, set to fruit. Price 1400, one
half utah. . v
J K No 8 Three acres of land, Good
10 room hoo.se and barn, biiit two
years ego with lamliy oiobard. A tine
house, price 30Uu, one-halt cash and
balance to be arranged.
O J No 9 Lots No 7 it 8. block No
69 Chaplin's Additi-.., price t&dO,
A D II No 10-Lots No 10-11 A 12,
block No 12, Bomig's Addition, Prioe
I4UU, Uash. t. f . ' , ' v.
F D P No 11 Four acrea all set to
fruit, new eiiitroota bouse, small barn
wind mill and out buildings. A snap.
Price 20o0, 8l:W0 cash. (1309 in three
B! J B No 12-To lots, block No 93,
Chaplin's Addition. $000 cash.
1 W Q No 13 224 acre farm
mbler, Oregon. Part in fall
rain. Price $36 per acre.
-ft- II No 11180 acres eight miles
north of La Grande, 100 sores in cul
tivation, balance timber, Good build
ing and orchard. Price t&MO.OO,
' A S No 1580 acrea alx miles north
of Inland City, 20 aoree in orchard,
small build logs. Price $4000.00. Part
cabb balance on easy terms.
II No,16 A fine borne, six room
Lotise, shade and fruit trees, lawns and
tour lots in block No 6, Predmore's
Addition. Price $1400.00, $900 cash
and balance one and two years.
J C F No 17 A six room house.
barn aud orchard, three lots each UOx
110 feet In blotk Ao 8, Chaplin's ad
dition. Price $1000, half cash, balance
to be arranged satisfactory to buyer.
JCFNo 18 Four lota, block No 13,
Chaplin's Addition, fenced and some :
small buildings on same. Price $500,
ball cash. I
J. R. OLIVER.
Best equipped abstractor
in Union county. Many
years' experiences with
the Union county records
gives me a great- advant.
age. It is folly to pur
chase realestate without
first ; securing . a proper
abstract. An abstract
from my office will show
the title just as it appears
on the official record.
J. R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREO JN
OPP08'8 Sommer House
. Mrs A. E. Marchtton
MiuO M. Oara, Props.
B01RII1IHK BAT OS WEEK
R00I3 WITH OK WITHOUT BOARD
: SperlaJ rates furnished monthly
patrons. TJjls house Is sbaolately
new and Is thoroughly clean from
kitchen to parlor. Every room U on
the ground floor. All white . help
The table is supplied with all the
season affords.' .
The Centeulal Is centrally located
Adams avenue, between
Greinwood and Fir.
: La Grande, Oregon.
The Pscifio States Telephone Co. is
now working night and day installing
the nt w telephone system The new
switch board and the electric mortor
and generator has arrired and will
soen be in position. Carpenters are
now at work e-arraogiog the rooms
in the Foley building in six t r eight
weeks the new system will be in op
eration. When the change baa taken
plaee ihe patrons' of the office will
hardly be able to reoogoise the plare.
The new switch board will be so ar
ranged that any one opeiator will be
able to operate all parts of the beard
and will eb'e to know at all times II
the line is in working oder and il the
person calling has boeu answered. In
front of the operator it a number of
small electric lights which ao. as in
dicator. There will also bi a trouble
board with an attendant who can lo
cate all trouble on the line and direct
the linemen to the location of the
trouble. The chief operator also has
a twitch board which will enable ber
to have complete aooess to all the
lines at all timet and give ber an op
portunity to know just what service
the patrons of the line are receiving .
soience can make it. The new phonet
are all here and will be installed just
at toon as the rest of the system is
Victoria, B O Feb 21 Aboard; ; tbe
steamer Tartar, which arrired today
were Lieutenants Below and - Boodyj
officers of the Butsisa cruiser Bevee
topol captured at the tall of Port Ar
tbor. They were released by the Jap
aneee alter giflng their parol. Lieu
tenant Below characterize . Genera
Btoeesel as a coward. "Tbe .world
will know 8toeeel ae be is," aald Below
"He it a coward. , 8toeasel .. wat bor
rowed a great deal of the . time la a
cave. The real betoiLe was. Madame
Zouboneli, who, when her husband
waa killed took oommod of battery
of three 11-ineh guns at a point com
manding the water supply and - keld
them until the waa also killed. The
gsrrlson was deceived by false reports
of tbe approach of Kuropatkln't army
and the Baltic fleet," ; A ' number of
outbreak hate been started recently
by Butsian prisoners at Uauuyama,
IN NEW YORK
New York, Feb. 21 Police reserves
were called out tonight to disperse a
crowd eid to be sympathizers with
tbe Russian revolutionary party Eight
men were arrested, all giving foreign
names, and charged with parading
without a permit, collecting a crowd
and holding an unlawful meeting.
FFNNo 19-One .block of 8 lots i
near high school, Price $1200, S500
F T No 20-Ualf block of six lots.
Romlg'a Addition, Priue 100), half
t P T B No 21 A block of four lota.
bach 60x140, on Fourth Street in Old
Town, Price $000, $250 cash.
C rt 99 .A .in1 nna atnrv hri.-lr
Vuilding at a bargain, 6ufeet wide.
ui yoa are interesLea in ton, asx tor
price ana lerma. . s :
JKENo 23 A good seven room
liouee, city water, best ot cam ana
'lurabin, barn and out tmumngs.
oar lame lrtn. partly set to fruit and
tearing, fine location. Price $2000,
tau oash and balanoe montniy pay-
R E No 244 acres about one-half in
joJ bearing frait trees, gooil house,
am and out buildings, nice sightly
oca t ion in La Grande. Price $2J00,
Mrs.S No 25 A 5 Zroom cottage.
urniehed complete, on lot iu good
ocstion, all in good condition with
ity water in house and water rent
aiJ for about 12 months. Priue com-
ileteLlOO. Tbia is a snap. Beuta for
islG.oo pet month.
M C No 20 4 room house and
on er lot in eood location. Prloe S500.
The above is n parrial Jlisl of proper
ty wbicirVe have for shIo. If this does
not Butt rnn null n r tha ( f ( . . . n.
baps we will have just what yoa want
mo want vo write your are ana piar
we will make yoa a loan on your
real estate or. build you a boos from
Jour own plans
iau at our office in tbe Foley block
iffou want anything in our line.
p often caused by soreo, ulcers and
queers, tbat eat away your skin, wm
Nell, of Flat Rock Mich, says; I
Mre Used finnVlrm'j Arnii-.a Hal so. for
r'wra, Sores and Cancers. It is th
'Dealing dressing I ever found.
iue and b enls cots, burns and
Newlia Drug store guaranteed.
"There is so much bad iu the best of us,
And bo much good iu the worst of us,
That it hardly behooves any of us
To talk about the net of us."
Therefore, let us devot9 our spare time to talking
about the superior advantages of banking at the
banners and Urciders
of jCa Srando Oregon,
All commercial business attended to promptly and
It has safety Deposit Boxes for it's patrons, you can
rent one for $3.00 per year, all your papers will be
perfectly safe and protected from fire. You have
tbe key to your own box.
Thtre is a Savings Department connected with this
bank where you get quarterly interest on your money
placed in this department.
From theday of the opening of the Farmers and
Traders National Bank, on November 3, 1890 down to
the present time, all the efforts of it's officers have
been to advance and protect the interests of it's
patrons aud depositors; we want your banking
Capital - - $60,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 17,000.00
J. W. SCRIBEIt,
G. E. McCully,
F( I.U MErVSURE
Cl ain W."( d by the Cord
128 cubic h et to the cord. 16-iuch dry chain
"wood 3 pov rd. This U cheaper than by the load.
You pay tor what you get and get what you pay for.
ou"""""r. H W. NIBLEY
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Each and Everv. Hat now In stofc. at . lust ?
Come itf anP Secure aGcnume Bargain
The organisation o( the : National
Lumber Company has just been per
fected and the incorporation papers
are now being prepared cspltalixed at
125000 by W H Bohenoamp, Wm
Eriokson and Wm Ormond. t
This means tbe absorptioa of the
Imbler Lumber Go. the removal of
tbe planer there to thit city and she
operation of the taw . mill on Ladd
Creek, which has a capacity of 80,000
feet daily, The produot of 5 this mill
will be hauled to the planer beta dress
ed and marketed both wholesale) and
retail.- Tbe site for the planer and
yrrds has been purchased, bloeks 17
and 24 in Willis mson addition on the
Elgin Branob. '
This will add another pay roll to
La Grande. The company have a
large body of timber that will require
years to work up.
Perfumes, Toifet Soaps and Powders
Switches, Pompadours and Bangs
Novelties Ribbons, andliandke hieTs
s 1 " .' " " x 1 1 ' - i " ' - j--j
lira. J. R. FORRE ST,
ees) , e
Palm, Beach Fla.' Feb. 21 The
most notable wedding of the wiuler
season at Palm Beach took place to
dty, wheo MifSQwenddlyn Whistler
ol Baltimore, a relative , of grea
American painter ol the same , name
became the bride ot Eef ' Biohard
Lewis Howell known as the richest
clergyman in the world.' The' wed
ding took place at the winter ' oottage
of the bridegroom and was a funotion
of great brilliance. The guests in
cluded promineut persons from Balti
more, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Jack
sonville, St Augustine and a number
of other pi sees.
Dr Howell is 51 years old, while tbe
bride, ha not yet reached her eigh
teenth ye ir.
A year ago be created a sensation
by purchasing three of New York's
must lashionable apartment houses
(or nearly $5,000,000. He maintains
fine homes in Washington, Virginia
and Palm Beach and bat a. splendid
steam yaott. He is a son ol tbe late
Andrew Howell of Wheeling W Va.
He has occupied pulpits In Pittsburg
Philadelphia and so?er il other cities
but at present Is without a charge.
Begins with tbe symptoms ot a com
mon cold; there is ohllliness, sneeclng
sore throat, hot skin, quiek pulse,
hoarseness and impede respiration.
Give frequent small doses of Ballard's
Iiorehouud Syrup, (tbe child will cry
for it) and at tbe first sign of a croupy
oough, spply frequently Ballard's
Bnow Liniment to tbe throat. :
Mrs. A Vllet, New Castle, Colo,
writes' March 19th, 1901: "I think
Kallard'a ilorehound Syrup a wonder
ful remedy, and so pleasant," 25c,
600 and $1. Newlin Drug Co
Are You Restless at Night?
And harassed by a bad cougUT Use
Ballard's Ilorehound Byrup, It will
secure you sound sleep and effect a
prom pt and radloal cure. 2Co, 50o and
f 1. Newlin Drug Co.
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TO THE PUBLIC:
. c..-' KJ r c-t .
The rash of Holiday trade is over and business
in general has got back to its normal condition," I
wish' to inform all my patron jT'aad thoae Jaotiu'y
patrons but who are liable to be, that I am no w la - a
position to take care of all watch, clock and jewelry
repairing with dispatch. I have secured all the nece s
sary help Wall the latest toois'add'indterials'kno'wn
to the trade, as well as the beat workmen that mon if
All repair work is under my personal supervis
ion and I guarantee each and every piece of w jrk deue
. to be finished in; (rat claai workmanlike uaKanor, anU
All work sent by mail or express will receive the same
careful attention as if delivered in person, and to te
promptly returned in first class condition.
Thanking my patrons for their past liberal
" patronage and assuring them of' viy utmost-ability to
: give them perfect satisfaction in the future. I remain
Meter. J. H. PARE, ,k . ,
4 ITwt le Newlh's Orat Btqrep ; La Oraaflsf) LeadlnJeWc Uit1 $ '
A G R A N D E
IRON WORKS I
Will be ready for business" Februiry 1 5
Complelc Machine Shops H
and; Foundry (
and Waon Work
Manufacturer ot The Fit22eraU .R(llerlFeed"MiII?: !i
m U nwt v::-; -'ii . m.
D. F. FITZG E R A L. D, 0
j " r-ROPRIETOR
1 "' SUCCESSOR to H. L". w ALEXAN DeR"
- i THE
; New Lace Collars
; New ShoppinglBaskets
New Hair Switches
E M WELLMAN & OO