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5 Real Estate
J. R. OLIVER.
O NJSo 1 a good six loom boaw
nd three lots. erioe,tiaGQ. cub.
L Gr Co No -k : newLtbreeQroaa
bouse, two lots, mu B Ejshopo, City
water In bouse, email, bans, r'rios
060, flOO cash 4 balanoa aaouthly aj.
' ULPNos-Agood. nioely furoieb
ed 0 room booee, two lo, near eehool
A B K ehopa. Price 1000, 1100 cub
tad balanoa mocUil j pajuj&nta.
v.' x.., " s j J V i
J B B No 4 A Rood six room house,
mall barn, to lota, .good, location.
Prioa 750.004 '3( aahi 'kadauc
ADM No 6 A Una els room bones
corner North Fir "X" Street, floe
barn, nloe abada tiaea and lawn.
Extra alee booaa, prteo $2500, ISOO
a ah, baianoeooe, two and three years.
T V . No 6 A good tlx room booaa.
shade tceaa and fawn, two iota, good
location. Prioa t , -,' - swn
and balance month j paym-o. " 1
H No 7 8mall booaa and 1 large lot
101x130. aat to froiu Prioa H00, ooa
J K No 8 Tbraaacraa ol land. Good
10 room ' booaa and bam,' bails two
years ago wltb family otcbard. A ' flna
bouse, prior 13000, one-half oaab and
balanoa to ba arranged..
O J No -Lota No 7 4 8. block No
09 Chapliu'i Additt, prioa .1560,
A O H No 10-Lota No 10-U 4 li,
block No 12. Bomig'a Addition. Prioa
ftuu, Uaan. .
P DP No 11-Four acreaatl set to
trait naw eight room booaa, amall barn
wind mill and out boUdtnga. A snap.
Prioa 12500, 11200 oaab. 11300 In tbraa
B J B No 12-Two lota, block No 88,
Cbaplin'a Addition. SGQi) oaab,
IWQ No 13224 aera farm near
mbler, Oregon. Part In tali sown
rain. Price (30 per acre.
A H No 14130 aeraa aigbt mllet
nortb of La Grande, 100 aorea in onl
tiration, balance timber, Good build
ing and orchard. Prico $350.00, . . .
A 8 No 1680 aorea aix oilles north
ol bland City, 20 aorea la orchard,
email boildinga. Prloe H'JQQ.OO, Part
oath, balanoa on easy terms.
H F No;16 A fine homo, aix room
Lonae, shade and trait trees, lawns and
four lota in block No 6, Predmora's
AddiUon. Price 11400.00, $9(19 oaab
and balanoa one and two yaara.
J OF No 17 A aix room bouse,
barn and orchard, three lota eaoh 60s
110 teet in block Ko 8, Cbaplin'a ad
ditlon. Price $1000, half caih, balance
to be arranged satisfautnry to buyer.
J O F No 18-Four lota, block No 13.
Chaplln'a Addition, fenced and aome
email boildinga on earns. Prioa $500,1
Beat 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 realastate without
first securing a proper
abetraok 'An abstract
frbm my office will'shtiw
the title jost as it appears
on the official record,-
J. R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OBEQ JN
Opposite Bommer House
Notice of Stockholder's Meeting
Notice la hereby given to the stock
boldera of the Grande Bonde Valley
Agrloaltnral Society. That the annual
meeting of the etookboldera will be
held in the parlori of the La Grande
Vational Bank on Monday March 20th
1905 at 2:30 o'clock pm for the pur
poee ot eleoUng a board of directors to
serve tor the enaning year and for the
transaction ot aoob other bnaineaa as
say properly oome before the meet-
By order ot the President.
'i ' WQ HUNTER, Pres.
FRED J HOLMES, Bee
how im COUNTY
GENERALLY VIEWS IT
ibe newspapers of Union, sot om
the loet eifort , to create a Aew eeoniy
with their own .town aa .Its political
canter, make sorry apaaieles pt them
selves by their vindictive atteoka a poo
Senator Pierce, Bepreetntaiir
Leod and Bepreaentatlve Dobbin. .The
acoaaationa - tbt tbeee gentlemen
wallowed In the filth of political oo
raptioa" to prevent the division ot
Union oonnty is not sutained by the
facta of their ' oonneotloa with the
question daring Its ' brief life ta the
laglalatare. 1 Neither does the aocasar
tion aoeord vitb the well aatabllthed
repniauocaoc us goauemen wno oomj
toaed the Union eeoaty delegation,
The bill to create Clark 'county vtaa
loet (tbrongh ita ownj demerits, act
forth against tb bill and brought to
the knowledge of .the legislature. No
farther resort was necessary, and the
fact that the meaaore waa defeated by
aoob means was o amall factor in the
achlevementa lb at made our delegation
men ot prominent position throughout
the aeaalen. The assertions ot the
Union papers against the character
and methods of -Messrs. Pierce, ucLeod
and Dobbin are poor commentaries
noon the ineentivee that rale in the
Union editorial offices They will be
aeverely rebuked by tie publio at
large whenever three gentlemen may
aak consideration at the handa of the
votere .Elgin Becordi r 1
By Berippe News Association
Toklo, Feb. 88. The Japaneae to
day oaptnred the German collier "Sev
erae," wh(ch was bound tor Vladlvoe-
tock wltb contraband ot war.
Notloe ta hereby given that I bajra
taken npet my farm three qaarters ot
a mile sontbeaat ' of ' Allcel, Ualob
csnnty. Oregon, on ' January 1, 1905,
one sorrel, bald faced gelding, branded
figure 4, on right ahouider, about 6 o
7 yeara old, weight about 800 pounds. I
Appraised value $15. Owner can have
aame bf proving ownership and paying
expanses, otherwise the snlmat will be
aold according to law. ' W J J.BE,
Feb 11-Mch 25 1 ; Allcel R P D No; 1
FFNNo 19-One;hlook of 8 lots
near high school, Prke $1200, $500
FT No 20 Halt block got six loU.
Romlg's Addition, Price $100'), bait
F T B No 21 A block of four Jots,
eaoh 60x140, on Fourth Street In Old
Town, Prios $000, $250 oaab.
IT Nil 20 A irood one atorv brick
building at a bargain, 60 feet wide.
.a i J i iLl- L. I...
u you are intenwMiu la uua, mm w
price and terms.
JKBNo 23 A good seven room
house, city water, beat of bath and
plumbing, barn and out bnildings.
lour large lots, partly set to trait and
bearing, fine location. Prloe $2000,
$350 oaab and' balanoa- monthly pay
menta. B S No 244 sores about one-half in
Liod bearing fruit trees, good, bonae,
irn sndout buildinga, nice sightly
location in La Grande. Pries $2000,
part oaab. tt21
MratS No 25 A SIroom oottae,
furnished complete, one lot in good
location, all in good condition with
city water in bouse and water rent
paid for about 12 montha. Price com
l.lete $1100. Thia la a anap. Beuta for
$18.00 per month. - ,.,s
' IS. C No 26 A 4 room' bouse and
orner lot in good location. Prios $300,
bait oaab. , ' ' ' ' " r
The above is a parrialllist of proper
ty which we have for aala. If this doea
not salt yon, call at the oftloe and per
baps we will have Juat what von want
We want to write your fire and pla
We will make yon a loan on yoor
real estate or build you a boos from
your own plana .
Call at our office in the Foley block
if yoa want anything in our lino. .
ia often caused by aorea, oloera and
cancers, that eat away yoor akin, Wm
l4teli, of Plat Bock Mich, saya; I
have need Buoklen'e Arnica Salve, for
Ulcers, Sores and Cancers. It is tb
beat healing dressing1 I ever fond'
Soothes and heals oats, burns and
tc at Ntwlin Drug store guaranteed.
"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 banking at the
farmers and Uradcrs
of jCa Srandt Origon.-
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
the key to your own box.
' There is a Savings 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 8, 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 and depositors; we want your banking
Capital - - $60,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 17.000.00
J.W. 8CRIBER, Q. E. McCuLLY,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
. 3 S Howell
J U Minnaugh "
Bev Day "
F O Bramwell "
J B bat em an "
Bev O U King "
Cedar Valley Saloon
Andrew lilokland - farm
Centennial, Roard and Lodging
O W Coleman, of tbla city, received
a letter yesterday from a brother-in-law
who resldea in Wisconsin wh'cb
states that the citizens of that part ot
the state in which he. Uvea are now ex
periencing a "little oold snap whloh
brings the mercury down to from elx
teen to forty degrees bslow zero I"
Ibey have bad, eo the letter states,
Sbout a month of this snappy weather
f nd expeot it to continue at least a
month longer. Mr. Coleman aoawered
the letthr this afternoon and enoloaed
S few buttercups to. remind his Wis
oonsln relatives that our spring bad
i i i
Scripps Newa Association
Wares w, Feb. 25. Disorders con
tinue in different parte of the sur
rounding country. At Marki this
morning the strikers wrecked the rail
way atatlon. -' .
Russian Fleet Sighted
By Scripps News Association
London, Feb 25. A Russian battle
ship, accompanied by four crulsera aud
several colliers, presumably a part of
the third Buaaian Ualtlo Fleet, passed
Dover this morning going west.
Dogger Bank Decision
ffy Scripps News Association
Paris Feb 26 The ' decision of the
Nortb Sea inquiry commission was
made publio tbla morning, and fas
adverae to the Russian decision, and
states that Rojestvensky was not just
ified in firing upon the Dogger hank
Goes to Conference
By Scripps Kews Association
Washington Feb 25 6u motion of
8euator Beveridge, the Hena'e this
morning sent the eUtehood bill to a
conference as waa requeated by the
REDUCTION SALE T
We have made np our minds to sell every roll of Wall Paper in sa j)
; store before the next sprint; stock arrives, and in order to insure s (O
MHinMa flan.iin wt have cut the nrice refardleas of toraaer nrica w)
Wall Paper from 5 cents up v
We Want to clear the house before March 1st as wt expect s carload
of Will Waper lb s arrive on that date. We tavt more Wall Paper
aow on hand than all the other paper houses .q the cooniy. There t$)
fore you will have s greater variety to select ' from. Our present (
stod is complete. r - ' ' ' 1 ' 49
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Stackland & McLachlen
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t ; PA NTS. H LIS ANN bLAbb
'Still in busiufss And don't
you forget it. Every week
brings ns new customers.
There is a reason for it, and
the reason is that eur cus
tomers always receive fair
treatment. : Wholesale and
retail dealers iu Produce,
Ilay, Graiu, 1 mbler Flour.
Lawson & Zundell
Phone 1113 Fr .iclm ry
A Trial orU-r solicited
AND STEAM FITTER
Stoves set up and repair
ed. All work guaranteed
and prices reasonable.
Telephone No. 243.
Each and Every Hat now in stock at just
Come in and Secure a Genuine Bargain
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps atjd. f Ponders
Switches, " Pompadours land! Bangs
Novelties Ribbons, and"fiandkehiefs
1 I; O
MRS. J. R. FORREST,
V ' : Milliner r- AC
' eeeaaeeeeooeeeeeeeeeeea oeooosoooe
TO THE PUBLIC:
The rash of Heliday trade is over, and', baiinesa
in general has got baok to its normal condition, I
wish to inform all my patrons,' and those Jnot my
patrons bat who are liable to be,' that I am -now in a
position to take care of all watch, dock and jewelry
repairing with dispatch. 1 have secured all the neces
sary help in all the latest tools and .materials known
to the trade, as well as the best workmen that money
can procure. . , .r,. a .. tr- -qrt,? -a
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, and
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 be
promptly returned in first class oondition.
Thanking my patrons for their past liberal
patronage and assuring them of my utmost ability' to
give them perfect satJsfaQtioa in"the future; J I resaain
as ever. J. H. PEABB,
Neit to Newllu'a Drug Store. La Grande's Leadlnt .Jeweler
L A G R A. IVJ D :E
IRON WORKS 1
v and Foundry v
Horse Shoeing '
and Wagor Work
Manufacturer ot The Fttzgerall Roller Fted JMill
F" I T Z G E R A L. D.
SUCCESSOR TO HrCrALEXAN D ER
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New Lace G)llars
New ShoppinglBaskets .
New Hair Switches
New Tablets and SchoolJSuppiies
E M WELLMAN & OO
LaGraado - - Oregon