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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1905)
J. . R. OLIVER
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Bun shines one day, rain the next
John . Page, 1st Readei.
The Christian Soleaoe aerrloea at
the home of J 8 Page old town ever
and anew the aext.
Mua Maggie Milla retoroed to Col
fax Waah. tbia week.
Ur Jim Battel of Ittaad CUt waa a
cauer In thiaeity Ifonday:
Sunday at 11 a. m. All are cordially
DiED-In this olty ' Fel 19 1905
tha one year old aoa of Mr' and lira
ONKo 1 A good six room
iu ium iou. raotLtiw).
L Gf Co No 3-A? navrthnOoom
houea, two lota," near E Jtahope, City
water la boose, small; bara. Price
fcVllOO ceab balance moulhly pay-
O L P No s A good, nicely I nrulah
ed 6 room booee, two lot, near aebool
ABB ebopa. Price 81000, 1100 caab
end balance monthly paymenta. ,
J B It Ha AA miaA .1 JLm tuul
malt barn, tarn Tnta mwwi lfwbtun
Prioo 1750.00, -'tmLvaMbiJ balance
ADMNo 6 A On elx room Loom
owner North Fir "T" Street. One
two,' nice ahade 1 trees and - la wn.
JCxtre nice aotue p- price 250V,8uu
a, ouanee one, two aaa tnreo years.
had treaa and
location. Prioe t .. . .. own
and balance moatay payan a
No 6 A good au room bouse,
lawn, two lota, food
H No 7 Small hooao andi large lot
10U130. oat to trait, Price lsju one
haUoaab. - v. . ..r ".
J K No H-ItuMum of laud, Good
10 room booae i and bam, bailt' two
years ago wttb family wohard. - A fine
bouae, prior $3000, one-ball oaab and
balance to bo arranged f p ;
O J No 9 Lota NO 7 8. block No
68 ChapUn'a Additt, . prtoo ' taSO.
i Best equipped abstractor
p,u union coantj. 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
abstraot. - An abstract
kfrom mv office will bK.
?j the title just as it appears
on ine omcial record.
J. R OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREO JN
opposite Sommer House
AUB No 10-LoU No 10.11 A ll
blook No 12, Bomig's Addition, Prioo
- aauw, vwao
F DP No 11 Foor acrceSaU aot to
iriui, now eigne room nooaa, amau Darn
wind mill and oat bolldinga. A snap.
Prioo $3000, 81200 oaab. 11300 In torn
15 J B No 12-Two lota, block No 03,
Chaplin! Addition. taOOoash,
IWQ No 13224 aero' farm near
' mbler, Oregon. Part In fall sown
rain. Prioo 130 per aero. J
A H No 14180 aoree elgbt miles
noru oi l uraode, lUO aerea in .cul
tivation, balance timber," Good balU
Ing and orchard. Prioo WHOM, . , . , ,
A 8 No 1680 aoroa six miles north
of bland City, 20 aoree-In orchard,
small bnildloga. Price $4000.00. Part
oaab, balaaoe on easy terms. -
H F NoJIO A fine borne, six room
Lonee, shade and fruit trees, lawns and
foor lota In block No 6, Predmore's
Addition Price $1400.00, $900 oaab
and balance one and two yean, i -
J OF No 17 A sis room house,
barn and orchard, three lota each COx
110 feet In block No 8, Cbaulln'a ad
dition. Price $1000, half cash, balance
to be arranged satisfaotory to buyer.
J 0 F No 18 Four lota, block No 1.1.
Chaplin's Addition, fenced and Dome
mall bnildlnga on aame. Price $500,
half M.h ....
V E1 N K1 10 On. 'Klnnlr lot.l
near high school, Prke $12u0, $UM
F T No 20-Half block lof als lots. I
Romlg'a Addition, Price $100 half
Notice of Stockholder's Meeting
Notice la hereby riven to the laak
holdera of &e Grande Bonde Valley
Agricultural Society. That the annual
meeting of the atock holders will be
held in the parlors of the La Grande
National Bank on Monday March 20th..
1905 at 2:30 o'clock pm for the pur.
pose of electing a board of directors to
ww iwr tiie vuauioa year and for tha
tranaaotion of soon other bnaineaa aa
nay properly coma before the I meet
ing. Dated toil 20th day of Feb 19M.
By order of the President, i -lt
W G HUNTER, Proa.
FRED J HOLMES, See
Mr X4 Uurohiaoa of La Grande waa
ta tbia oily tbta week.
Following are the namaa of ihi
papils of SumuerTille Peblio rJobool
that took the examination and paated
Hits Oral Oswald, Heil lios and .'Mr
Leroy and Clyde UeEtniie. "
Roberta the little daughter of Mr
and Mm Pete Wright ta on "the alck
hat. ' '
Mr Hooter made a butineef trip to
La Grande Wed.- -
' Qalet a number of the yea be folki
weat to Imbler" Wedaeaday aight to
There will be a sapper gWea ben b
the Epworth n League Friday night
ETarybody istited h.
BORN-In this oily Fab ; 17. 1905
LATTER OAT BAINT3
Sunday School . 10 a. m
Regular aervlcee , . t p. m
. Mutual Improvement Aaaoolatlon
meets conjointly at 7 :30 p. m.
' W. J. Why te. Rector
Ka every 8undy 8am 11 a m
Rosary and Benediction following 11
a m mats.
Maaa on week daya 8am
bland City Items-
A little wind and rala greets as this
The Epworth Laagat gives a social
thia CFrldav) avealna'. at tk hnm of
Mrs. Riddle. Ladies brlag aandwlch
ea and sake enough (or two.
Mrs. Riddle, at her home la May
Park, entertaiaed a few of kar f rlenda,
WadDetday, to afteraeea tea. All ea
joyed aaveral eeps. , "
PRESBYTERIAN CH JROH
Rev E B Haya, pastor
Sunday School . 10 a m
Junior Endeavor , 3 p ro
Senior Endeavor 6;30p m
Prayer Meetiog Taurtday 7: 30 p to
Preaehiog Sunday 11 a m. 7:30 pro
Morning 'Invitation of boa to
Bvaaing "Acquaintance With God
' The chorus choir nnder ' the direc
tion of Mn Lyle. A cordial invita
tion la given to' all who have no
cburoh home to attend theie tervicei.
Each and Every Hat now in stock : at just
IFTRNa SI A hliuk mnl Inn, if I
each 00x140, on Fourtb Street In Old!
Town, Prioo $000, $2&0oasb.
F No 22 A good one story brlok i
building at a bargain, 60 feet wide.
u yiNi sro lOMreeua m wis, sax tor
pries and terms.
J K R No S3 A good seven room
noose, city "water, beet of bath and
plumbing, barn . and out bolldinga;
four large lota, partly set to fruit and
bearing, fine location. Price $2000,
$350 oaab and balance monthly pay.
R B No 244 bores about oncbalf In
gjod bearing fruit trees, good . bouae,
barn and oat -buUdinga,nice sightly
location in la Grand. Prln aaunrt:
. furnlthed oomplete, one . lot In good
location, all in good -condition with
V city water In hones and water rent
psld for a boat 13 months. Price com
plete $1100. This Is s snsp. Rents for
18.00 per month.
M O No 90 A 4 room bouss and
vruw iu in iwi location, mot eow.
The above Is a parrlalliat of proper-
not suit yon, call at the office and pr-
ud w wiu nsvo jut wnac you want
We want to write your Ore and plate
we win maxe you a loan on your
real estate: or build you a boos from
your own plans T , .
Call at oar office In the Foley blook
" yow want anytning in our line.
la often eaaeed by sores, ulcers and
cancers, that eat away your akin, Win
1 edeli, of Flat Rock Micb, says; I
nave need xtooklen'a Arnica Salve, for
Ulcers, Borea and Cancers It Is tb
Lest heailnsT dressing I evti found
boethea and heals outs, burns and
tv at Newlln Drug atoro goaranteed.
"There is so much bad in the best of us,
And so much good in the worst of us,
- That it hardly behooves any of us
To talk about the rest of us."
Therefore, let us devote our spare time to talking
about the superior advantages of bankipg at the
farmers and Uradcrs
of jCa Srando Oregon.
AU 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
the key to your own box.
There is a Saviugs Department connected with this '
bank where you get quarterly interest on your money
placed in this department.
From the day 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's1
patrons and depositors; we want your banking
Capital . . $60,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 17,000.00
J. W. Scbiber, ' G. E. McCully,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. '
O B Crockett, psator
Sunday School 10:15 a m
. Preaoaintf 1 1 m 7 -so
The public ia invited to attend all
the meeting. -
Come in and Secure a Genuine Bargain
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps and Powders
Switches,' . Pompadours and Bangs
Novelties Ribbons, and HandSehleTs
. f ... , ..,' a. X :
TITT C3 T Y TSAnTk-nnm
81 PETER'S EPI8COPALCHURCa
Upton H Gibb, rector.
Suuday School 10 am
Holy Communion 8am
Evening services ? :30 pm
Morning aervicea 11 a m
Morning "The Satisfaction of the
Beatifie Viaioaw, .
Evflnlnv ,Th Will n. ritt
O "J ..... VIJUD
Monday evening 1
Veatry meeting 7-30 p ra
M. E. CHURCH
Rev. JDUillilan, paetor
Bunday School . . 10 am
Epworth' League , 6:30pm
Unurcb aervioes, . 7:31) p m 11 a ni
The ! aoeoial meetinva itnnMnii.
daily at 2 o'clock except Saturday and
Hunday and at 7:30 exoept Haturday,
faitor Qillilan does the preaching
now ainos the departure of Mr Hart-
TO THE PUBLIC:
We havt made nn our mind to aril everv roll of Wall Pancr In
'f store before tha next spring stock arrives, and in order to Insure s
eompine cian-up we nave cut ine price regardless 01 tormer pries
t , Wall 5 Paper from 5 cents, up
" We Want to clear the house before March 1st ss wi expect a carload
of Will Winer to a arrive on that date. We save more Wall finer
; 'now on hand than all the other paper houses in the codntj.'Therc
fort you will have a greater variety to select from. Our present
stock Is complete.
Stackland ft Mrlarhlen
t j : PAINTS.- GILiS AND GIASS
CENTRAL CUDRCH of CHRIST
OPIOSITB SOMMER HOUSE
O U King MinUter 1308 P 8t
Feb. 12, 1906
hi Die School 1ft A M
morning Woiabip 11 A M
Y P 8 0 E meeting 6:4 1 pro
Kvangeliatic service , 7 :30 d m
Mid-week service Wed 7 :30 p m I
Meeting for Womeo only at 3pm
&ev j v Coomita will conduct tha
A cordial invitation to all
The rush of Holiday trade is over and busiuesi
in general has got back to its normal condition, I
wish to inform all my patrons, and those Jnot my
patrons but who are liable to be, that J am now in a -position
to take oaro of all watch, clook and jewelry
repairing with dispatch.- I have secured all the neces
sary help in all the latest tools and miteriala known
to the trade, as well as the best workmen' that money "
All repair work is under my personal supervis
ion and I guarantee eaoh and every piece of work done
to be finished in first class workmanlike 'manner, aud
to give (with proper attention) perfect satisfaction.
All work sent by mail or express will receive the same
careful attention as it delivered in person, and to bo
promptly returned in first class condition.
Thanking tny patrons for their past liberal
patronage aud assuring them of my utmost ability to
give them perfect satisfaction in the future. I remain,
as ever. J. II. PEAR E, "
Neat to Newlln'a Drug Store. La Grande'e Leading jeweler
3 F Day, paato
Bunday School 10 a m
Claaaea for ail ages
Young People's meeting 6 :30 p m
You are invited.
Morning "8alvation by Grace"
Evening "The Earnest of the Spirit"
iou are cordially invited to eom
and bring your friends. Strangers
L A GRAND E.
1 rKUlN WUKKS 3
'-. ' - ' d
ComplelciMachtne Shops f
and Foundry m
General B lad ks m It h
Horse Shoeing Q
and Wagon Work
Manufacturer ot The Fitz;efdl 1 Roller Feed !MUI W4
Notice Is hsreby aiven that I hv
taken up at my farm three quart era of
a mile southeaat of Alicel. Union
county, Oregon, on January 1, 1005,
one eorrel, bald faced aeldlnff. hrandH
ngure 4, on right shoulder, about 0 o
7 yaara old, weight about 800 pounds.
Appraised value 115. Owner can h
same by proving ownorahip and paying
expenses, otherwise the onitnal will be
aold according to law. W J C ASE
Fabl7-Mch 25 Alicel R ft D No. 1
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D. FIT2G ERALD, P
r-KOPRIETOR . :M
6UOt.'E990R TO H. L. ALEXANDER SSI
( AND STEAM FITTER
Stoves set up and repair
ed. AU work guaranteed
and prices reasonable.
Telephone No. 213.
. ' ' THE
New Lace Collars
' New ShoppingBaskets
New Hair Switches
New Tablets and SchoolJSupplies
E M WELLMAN & CO