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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1905)
Real Estate I
. The followlns: la a partial list of
property, which we have to offer for
sale on whloh there ere no buildings,
to wit; .
In Chaplin s Addition, to La
All o( block No 10.
Lot Vo 1, block No. 4, "li" street
LotaNo. 3, 4, 6, & 6, block No 13.
Lots No. 1 to No. 11 It block No. 47
Will Mil on or mora IoU.
Lot No 4, block No. 10.
Lota No 7 to No. 10 In block No. 65
W ill tell on or mora lots.
. Lot No. 5 4 6, block No. 57.
Lots No. 7 & 8 In block No. 69.
Lots No. 1, 2, 3 4 4, block No. 75
All of bkek No. 76.
All of block No. n.oioept lot No. B.
All of block No. 78.
All of block No. 83.
Lots No. 7, 8, 9, 10, It 4 12, block No
Lots No. 4, 5, 4 6 In block No. 06.
Lots No. 6 4 7, block No. 98.
Lota 10, 11, 12, a, 13, uiocic 104.
All of block 120.
IiOUl34H, in block 121.
' Lots 1 to 16, inrlasive, block 139
LoU 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 4 13 in block 154
Lots 14, 15, 16 4 17, block 154.
Lots 10, 11, 12 & 13, in block 151.
In Jomig's Addition to La
Lots 3 4 3 In block 1.
Lots 1,2,3, 6,6,7, 8,9,410,
LoU 4 to 9 inclusive, block 4
LoU 4, 54 in block 6.
Lots 4, 6, 6 4 7, block 9.
Tbe west half of block 10.
Lots 10, 11 4 12, block 10.
The West half of lots 1, 2 4 3,
Lots 4, 5 46, block 11.
The West half of block 12.
Pleasant Home Addition to La
LoU 1 to 8 inclusive, block 1.
Lots 14 2, block 2.
LoU 1, 7 & 8 in blook (i.
Lota 2 to 10 io block 7.
Prcdmorc's Addition to La
T i 11 InnlnatvA In hlnrk 24.
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Home Investment Addition to La
J. R. OLIVER.
Beat equipped abstractor;
in Union county. Many
years experiences with
the Union county records
gives me a great advent,
age. It is folly to pur
chase realastate 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, OREGON
Opposite Sommer Ilonse
Notice of Stockholder's Meeting
Notice Is hereby given to tbe stock
holders of tbe Grande Bonde Valley
meeting of the stockholders will be
held In the parlors of the La Grande
Rational Bank on Monday Maroh20tl4
1906 at 2:30 o'olook p m for the purj
pose of electing a board of directors to
serve for tbe ensuing year and for the
transaction of snob other business as
nay properly corns before the meet
ing. Dated this 20th day of Feb 1902.
By order of the President. ,
W G HUNTER, Pres.
, . FRED J HOLMES. 8eo.
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WILL APPEAR AT STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE, MAR' 20
's Jury Finds
' The ooronor's jury which was called
to Inoqlre Into th cans .of the death
of Win fr'ergurson, brought in a verdlot
U tbe effect the said Wm Fergureon
came to his death as a resalt of falling
or jumping from we.t bound train
last8aturday evening This verdlot
was arrived at after '11 tenlng to - the
evidence of the train crew and the
switch crew and several ' who were
thought to have known something of
the accident. As a matter of laot very
little Is known regarding tbe sad 'affair
other then tbat be was found by , tbe
switch engine which ' was following
passenger trsin no 8 ont of of the yard
According" to tbe evidence given by the
switch ore they found the body on
the track where it bad evldenllj be?n
ran over by tbe passenger ' train At
tlilT-iiu.tr'lrotiflrtV to DersoDi Wl"
alra to nnrrhaaa nnimDroved lots wltll
the idea of building thereon or we will
build a house for yon on any ol tbe
IoU named above, allowing you to pay
for the same on installments.
Call on as and let us talk it over
For an Impaired Appetite
Loss of appetite alwsys results from
faulty digestion. All that ts needed
is a few doses of Chamberlain's Stoni
aub aud Liver Tablets. They will in-
. .1 ....Ah tranothnri the
digestion and giveyoo an appetite iue
" .. n-i . T. V.L.t. a I an ant a
gentle laxative. For sale by Newlin
Jf it is a bilious attack take Chsm:
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and a quick cure ts certain. Kor sale
by Newlin Drug Co.
Public 1$ Aroused
' The public is aroused to a knowledge
of the curative jnerita ol that great
medicinal tonic, Electrio Bitters, for
siok stomach liver aud Moneys, awy
Mary U Walter, of 648 St , Clafi JJm
Columbus O, 723
months 1 was given up to die, I had
fever and ague my nerves were wreck
ed 1 could not not sleep, and my
stomaob was so weak, from bwImi
i!ootors drags, that I could not eat.
Soon alter beginning to take fcleetno
Hitters, lowainel relief, end in i short
time 1 was enUrely cured,' Goaraa
eed at Newllns drog store, prioe 50c
"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 Tjraders
of JCa Sr ancle 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 aud 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 3, 1890 down to
the present time, all the efforts of it's officers have
been to advance and protect tbe interests of it's
patrons and depositors; we want your banking
Capital - $60,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 17,000.00
J. W. SCRIBKE,
G. E. McCully,
. A est. Cashier.
We rave nude np our mind to sell every roll of Wall Paper In our 6)
store btfofs the next sprint' stock arrive, and in 'order to insure a J ($
Jlmma-nm w kf etitl Ik nrtr friUu nf livrivr nrir wj
Wall Paper from 5 cents up
We Want to clear the house before March M si wt expect a carload
of Will Wsper a arrive on that date. We live more Wall Pipcr
now on hand than all the other paper houses the county. There J
fore you will hm a ruter variety: to sctcct, from. Oar present
stock Is compute,
Stackland .& McLaciilen
PAINTS GiliS AND GLASS t
the ttme of its finding, thongh th
body was completely cut in two at the
at tbe base of the breast bone, there
was still sufficient life left to allow the
unfortunate man to gasp onoe Ut
breath. The lower part of the trunk
and tbe leva war ton rut anm r
fifteen feet distant from tbe bead and
shoulders. The left foot and' right
hand were also severed from the body,
The only witness who could throw
any light upon the question of . bo
he came to get Junder the train was
James Joyoe who wss with him at .the
time be left the train. Ills statement
regarding tbe accident was as follows.
"1 waa standing on the ' platform '. of
the passenger coach when Mr Fecgur
8on also got on. He spok to .me and
asked to borrow a dollar from me. j
asked him if be had a ticket to take
him to Perry and told him that if be
had a ticket to Prr he did. not need
any money. lie said that he wanted
the dollar because be was going to get
off the train and remain in La Grands
for the night The train ' waa then in
motion and was clipping along at i
good speed and 1 cautioned him
against attempting to get off. lie took
hold of the guard rail on tbe aide of
the oar and let himself down until bis
foot r ached tbe ground and then
swnng back lo tbo platform. 1 thought
that 11 1 did not appear to look at
him be would not make any more at
tempts to get off, and therefore i
looked i heother way for a moment,
and when I looked for him again he
wae gooe'V A yonng man who waa
also' standing on the platform spoke up
and said that tbat fellow . Jumped , off
the train bead first I guess ;he did for
he was eure gone, There were several
witnesses but tbe testlmoaer of Mr
Joyce was all that threw any light
upon the aco dent. Joyoe was quest
loned as to whether or not Fergorson
was drank and answered that he had
what be would consider' just a sooia
The funeral took plaoe yesterday
afternoon abont eix o'clock.
MrsB .W Evans. Cfiarwatier, Kan.
writes; 'My busbandlay ok for
three months. The doctors said
he bad quick ' consumption. We
procured a bottl of litllard'a . Hore
bound Byrdp.and it oared htm, i'nat
was six years ago and since than we
have always kept a bottle in the house
We cannot do without It. For oongbs
and colda It has no equal" 25o 60o and
$1.00 Sold by Newlin Drug Co
- JUICY MEATS
are the ly kinds w4 sell.
Tbe meat that hue that rich appear
anoe and tickets the palate Is tho kind
yc will gttUere..
Choice lamb, pork aud veal chops,
sirloin, round and porterhouse steaks
and other luxuries in our line, ar
sold here daily and p ioee that are
require t-ji, solid food. Meat ie
a necessity to such a man and b
should have it. All women of tbe
bcuse should b " it. All women ol
the .house ebon.. I provMe their hus
bands with food that will, strengthen
them so that they will be ingood condi
tlon.to toll so :that the family maj
Bock & Thon
A GRAND OPENING
SATURDAY, MARCH J 8
MONDAY, MARCH 20
THE GRANDEST DISPLAY OF
EVER BEFORE ' SEEN I IN . TIIIS CITY
Eyeryladyin Union oouritj should
attend ' this opening and enjoy the
, . pleasure, of looking at the largest
" stock of up-to date Millinery ever be
fore offered in this city. Besides the
largest display of hats you will see
new Belt Buckles, Butter Brown Belts,
new Ribbons in ' ail I the changable
shades;; The very newest and most
beautiful changable silks.
T T r7i At tx rrr
jkwe A' Jf XV XV lil K) X t
TO THE PUBLIC:
The rush of Holiday trade is orer and business
in general has got back to its normal condition, I
wish' toinforta alhniy patrons awf those Jnot my
patrons, but who ar liable to be, that I am, now in a
position to take care of all wsitch, cloolc and jewelry
repairing with dispatch. I 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 proctife ,v ' ' u1 - - f:r.
All repair work ia under my personal supervis
ion and I guarantee' each and every piece of work done .
to be finished in first class workmanlike manner, and
to give (with proper attention) . perfeot satisfaction.
All work sent by mail or express will receive the same
careful attention1 as it delivered in 'persd, and to be'
promptly returned in first class condition". -
Thanking my patrons for their" past liberal
patronage and assuring them of my utmost ability to
give them perfect satisfaction in the future. I remain
as ever., ; J. U. PEARE. ,
Neitto Newlln's Drag Btore. La Grande's LeailnaJJeweler
I' -1HI.I I'fuVlil 'I - " V ufT
Compielc Mjachine Shops
and Wagon Work
Manufacturer bt The FiUgerall Roller Fud .Mill
D. F I TlQ E'R A L. D,
SUOUE330R TO H.,l ALEXANDER
New Lace Collars
New Shopping Baskets
New Hair Switches :
New Tablet and School Supplies
E U WELLMAN
XjaQrau4e - Or.
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