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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1905)
J. R. OLIVER.
l The following la a partial Uat of
property, which wa have to offar for
aala on wbloh thera ara no buildings,
In- Chaplin's Addition, to Li
Grande, Oregon. 1
All ol block No. 10.
Lot No 1, block No. 4. "IS'.' etreet.
LotaNo. 3, 4, 6, A 6, block No 13.
LoU No. 1 to No. U la block No. 47
Will aall oaa or mora lota.
Lot No s, blook No. CO. -
Lota No 7 to No. 10 in blook No. 55
ill aell one or mora lota.
LoU No. 6 k , block No. 67.
Lota No. 7 ft 8 in block No. 69.
Lota No, 1, 2, 3 k 4, block No. 75
All of Week No. 76 . ' . ;
All of block No. 77,axcept lot No. 6.
All of blook No. 78.
All of blook No. 83.
Lota No. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 4 12, block No
Lota No. 4, 6, k 0 in block No. 96.
Lota No. 6 4 7, block No. 98. -Lota
10, 11, 12, 4 13. blook 104.
All of block 120.
LoU 13 k 14, in block 121.
Lota 1 to 18, Inclusive, block 139
Lota 8, 9, 10, 11, 11 k IS ia blook 154
Lota 14, 15, 16 k 17, block 164.
Lola 10, 11, 12 413, In block 151.
In LRomk's Addition to La
Lota 2 k 3 in blook 1.
Lota 1, 2, 3, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, k 10, blook
Lota 4 to 9 inclusive, block 4
Lota 4, 6 & 6 in block 6.
Loia 4, 6, 6 k 7, block 9.
Xba west half of block 10.
LoU 10, 11 k 12, blook 10.
The Wait half of lota 1, 24 3, block
Lota 45 AC, block 11.
The West half of blook 12.
Pleasant Home Addition to La
LoU 1 to 8 inclusive, block 1.
LoU 14 2, block 2.
LoU 1, 7 4 8 in blook (I.
Lota 2 to 10 ia block 7.
Predmore's Addition to La
r.nta 1 tn 1.1 Innlniive In block 24.
Home Investment Addition to La
A large number ot choice lou to se
lect from, each lot baa a wafer right.
Gangloffs Second Addition to
La Grande, Oregon.
TheseJloU ara large and have a mag
nificent view of the entire valley.
We would be pleased to show any of
the above property to persona who de
sire to parchaae unimproved lots with
the idea of building thereon or we wiU
build a houee foiyrou en any of the
lota named above, allowing yon to pay
for the same on installments.'
Call on us and let na talk it over
For an Impaired.Appelite -
.Loas of appetite alwaya reanlu from
faulty dlgeetion. All that la needed
la a few doaes of Cbamberlaln'a Stom
nub and Uer Tablets. They wilt; In vigorate
the" stomach, . strengthen the
digestion and give you an sppeUU like
a wcrtl. These Tablets also act as a
geutle laxative." For aale by Newlin
Drug Co. ,
If it is a bilious atUck Uke Cham
berlain'a htomacb and Liver Tablete
and a quick cure la certain. If or sale
by Newlin Drug Co.
Public Is Aroused
The public ia aroused to a knowledge
of .the curative ;mer IU of .that, great
medicinal tonic, Electrlo Bitters, for
aiok atooiacU liver and kidneys, alary
Mary II Waltew,.ofW6 8t Clafr Ate.
JtuWo, writes: -For sevenJ
montbai was glvnn opto die, 1 had
fever and ague mr nerves were wreca
e,l 1 could not not sleep, and my
etomaoh was so weak, from useless
(uutors dmns, that I could ndt eat,
Boon after beginning to take !
Hitters. I oitainel relief, and In abort
me lWaa entirely ; cured," XJuaran
eed at Newllna drog store, price 60c
btSorippa Newa Association --,
rla afarch 16-At Bt Joseph Church
today, services were " bald com
memorative of the inauguration ' ot
President Booaevelt. Abbe McMuIlan
preached a s ermoa eulogising Booee
fit, and the cburch j was deesrated
wfth American and ' Vreaoh flags.
The American, British and other
enibeesadora were present. ' '
Mr O Van Dusen of this olty Is vis
iting in Peudleton. ,,
Gapt. J. H. Alexander of thia eity
weol to Pendleton on business lion
Bast 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
abstraot. An abstract
from cfry office will ehw
the title just as it appears
- on ' the official record.
J. R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREGON
i - - '
Opposite 8ommer House
Notice of Stockholder's Meeting
' Notice fa" hereby given to tba stock'
holders ot tba Qranda RonJe Valley
Agricultural Society. That the annua)
maatinor ol tha atimb hnltM mlt
7 . ,r- . .-"-:; w.tjr ww
new in ine parlors of tha La Grande rplfc Illit Thureday evening at the
nmuauBi huioii nonaey aiarcn aim., notoa ot Mr and, Mrs U O Couch, , who
1905 at 8:30 o'clook; p m for the. pur- thereby celebrated their fifteenth wtd
pose of eleoUng a board of directors to !diBg anniversary. The rooms aara
serve for the ensuing year and for the beautifully decorated with Oregon
transaction otauon other busineaa aa Grape, which' wee aent to them for
nay properly come before tha meet- th occasion by Mrs Couch a aunt,
ing. .Dated this 20th day ot ran 1903. lira C G McCoj of Portland . t,u u
THE "TACOMA'T 1
By Scrlppe Newa Aaaoolatloo)
Tokio, March 16 Tba American
stesmer Tacoma" waa aeiasd-.by: tba
Jopanase gdardshlp last Monday .. Tba
"Tacoma" waa recently reported fast
In tbeloe'off Hokkaido aa U was
bonad for'Vladlveetook with a cargo
of bad.-1' ;C J ' "
a, j a r . - -
Back in Court
'. Philadelphia March. 15 The uprem
court yeiterdsy decided to eeod tbo
Greaaon case back to the court of oyer
and terminer of f Berks county,' and
allow thia body to use iu discretloo
in granting a new trial. ; Greaaon and
Mre KaU Edwards war' convicted of
tha murder of the woman'a- hasband,
Greaaon being ooovioted on the wo
man's testimony. Mrs 1 wards sub
sequently confessed that aba bad par
jured heraalf and exonerated Greaaofl
from all blame. : i ' i s -.h
a, w ev a v
One ot the most delightful
By order of the President.
The dinning room was arttsticalli
decorated with carnations, feutaaqd
"There is bo 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 ouV spare time to talking
about the superior advantages of banking at the.
farmers and TJrctders
of jCa Stand s Oregon.
Ail commercial business attended to promptly and
carefully. ; ' . " ' '
' It has safety Deposit Boxes J for' it's patrons, you can
rentone for $3.00 per year, all ! your- papers will be
perfectly safe and protected i from fire, o 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 id this department.
From the day of the opening' of the Farmers and
Traders National Bank, oh November 3, 1890 down to
the present time, all the efforts! of . it's offi jers have
been to advance and . protect the interests of it's
patrons ' and depositors; we want your banking
potted p'anta. , The evening was enjoy-
mm j epeus : wttti games - nd, i lnstrn.
meutal muilo ,.-A i,n)ostr. elaborate
luncheon, waa served and jthoee preaent
voted A jt a moat , enjoyable. vent.:
There We many -preaent, and many
who; could not attend, pent , bandeome
and expensive ; pressuU as did also
thoaa who attended,, i , ; ; ' .
Tboae present were;
Mra aud Mrs J M MoCall, Mr and
Mra Ben Brown, Mr and - Mrs James
Ruasell.-Maand Mrs 0 0 Pannlngtoa',
Mr and Mrs wm Patton' Mr- and Mrs
Wm Thomas, Mr and Mra f Zorbrick,
Mr and Mra Wm Moaa, Mr and Mra
S E Binahart, Grandma Mardaell, and
miasea Edna, Carry, and Pearl MnnUr
Margnret t Ladd, . Gertrwde. . Belver,
Helen, Vehra, Netta Kiddle, Ellse-
beth , Belver, Hea'l Geokiar, Elaa l
Couoh, and tha Miasea Lillian, Edna,
Florence and -Aiargeii McCall, and
Misa Ruth Roeaell, .Messera .Nick
Beiver, Arthur JfeCall, Mejtou Kl4dle
Ray Couch 1 .
Surplus and Undivided Profits
J. W. Scribes, .
G. E. McCullv,
W kaj fiuil nn Mir mtnrl4 Ia tl avrv wtA tJ Will Pin hi Mir
. see w nwn ewgw p-" -rnvvj w" r T"" -
store before the ftext sfirin j stock; srAvt. aAd In cW to insure a J ; W
eornplite c1inup we have cut the prWVearaWof former prke
Wall Paper from 5 cents: -up
We Want to ckar the hoax before March bt ai wi expect a carload
of WjB Wiper a a arrive on that date. We teve more Wall Paper,
-now on hand thin sll the other paper house In the county. Thcrt-J
forcVouwilhwea reatet variety .1 stket frSrh, Out ; prettnt Taj
stock i compYtte. " . )
By express this morning from Paria
and New Fork the awalleat .Una of
PatUra, Street and ready to. wear hat
ever ahown in Eeaatern jOregon, lso
maUrlal for making all kinda of haU.;
Our grand opening will be on Friday
March 17. You ara lavitad to call and
see them, expert bat maker and trim
mer in charge, We also received the
latest ia collar, berthas, tiea, and etc.
Rainbow 8toro '
St Patrick's Dance
Do not fail to attend tlie'st. Patrlok'a
danoe, wbloh will be given at tha danoa
ball in tba Commercial Club building
on the evening of the 17th of Mai oh.
It will be one of tha greatest aoolal
eventa of the season. Tickets tl, ex
tra ladiea 50 rents. Given by the
Brotherhood ot Railroad Trainmen.
Lodge No. 816. ' .- -
Fifth, Person Dies .
(By 8crlppa Newa Association)
Denver, polo,. Maroh 15 Police
capUin, Wm Bohannon, ' died ' thia
morning from bullet wonnda Inflloted
Sunday by Wm tichlasler. Thia la, tb
fifth death aa a result of Schlssler.
Insane acta oi murder. ...
Hifih Art Painting
Persons desiring fine work in the
line of inUrior finishing, auoh aa grain
ing to maton the furniture, woodfllllng
to match the walla, and all tha flat
finishes or glosses, should oall on or
address Sanford D Kinney, 143J Adams
Avenue, Corner Greenwood ai rent, . La
Grande, Oregdn. i; - tft
Stackland & McLachlen
PAINTS. 0(bS AND .6LAbS l
NOriCE TO THE PUBLIC
The Seattle Grocery Company w II
open thelr new storu uext door to Boh
npnkmpa on Aaains Avenue, Wad
naaday moralogf Mkrob 15. Mra. Or
villa Bertrand will aerve hot coffee to
all who will call, and demonstrate the
famoua Crescent. Baking Powder , and
Maplsine, -which amkes the .finee mi
pie syrup' on earth,' at homo. AH are
cordially Jnvlfed to aee 4oo new. atore
and au opto l ite Una of groceries
: '.CURED CONSUMPTION :K?,
MrsB:W Ev'. CbarwaUr, Kan,
wriUs; r,My hudltandlay ok for
three months. Tba doctora eald
be had quick ronsnnption. We
Eroeured a bottl o( Billard'a Uore
ound Hyrap.and It cured blui, Tnat
waa six yeara ao and sine than ' wa
bare alwar kept a bottle -In tba bonae
Wa eanoot do without 1C fos aeugba
and oolda it baa no equal" Xjo 60c and
$1.00 bold by Newlin Drag Co
SATURDAY. 1 MARCH IS
i i i i t - - . It -i 4t ..- .
MONDAY, MARCH 20
THE "6UANDESt DISPLit 6"
p t i n g
ay t a
EVER' ' BEFORE BEEN IN Tlfl8 CITY
Every, lady,la ITniop coupt , ajtoald .
attend this opening, and enjoy the
plaaaara.f. looking .!- tb largest .-v- .
stock of np-to date Millinery ever be-
fore dffared'in tfifsVityV Besides the
largest display of hats yon , will, see ,
new Belt Buckles, Buster Browa Belts,
new Ribbons ia all the cbangable
shkdesP'vthe very newest and most
beautiful changable silka. ,.;,!:
1.4,1 r. '.'
UBS. J. B. FORREST,
TO THE PUBLIC:
, The rush o! Holiday trade is over and business
; in general has'got'l)lokioJi its normal conditioa, I 1
Jwish to inform all my patrons, and those 'not my
i patrons but whb ax liable tone, that XJua. nowin a
.'position to take aarejoi all. jsalcbvidock xad jewelry, .
repairingwitl despatch. J haysj pecured all the. necesr , ,
sary help in all the' latest tools and materials known
' to the tradej as well as the best workmen that money
can prdcufeJ 3 A H 3 H "f ' ' F3 O .', .
I All repairworkig wndermi ' peraona aupervis
! ion and I guarantee each and every piece of work done
'to be finished in first olass workmanlike manner , and
to give (with proper Al&tida) perfect satisfaction.
All wprk seat h mail pit eiprass.willjreceivw, the same s
carefdiateDa&l'defifiae to be
' promptly returned in first class condition. , v ,
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. Tq ,M54. HPSABft r,tF.rv
; Next to Newlin'a Drug Btora. 'La Orandea LeadlntJJawelar
L A GRAND
Complelc adiine i Shops
V 'Md'tlFounictry.:: ;
v. - . . .. . 1
Cdonereir . maoKsmiiin q
And Wagon SV&vk
iJ. ' . ' 1' . '.I'm ".ii r..i. cj law-it i'
jvianuiaciurer 01 lncrnzecrau tsjxier rcca .ivuu
OSS 1 ' -: .. S ' f r a
i D. T l T Z-QlE R A Li D,
suocessoR to HrU'AuexANoe?
, V.i H t V... 4 . i.
New Lace Collars
- New ShopUig ' baskets
!New Hair' Switches 4
, ; New Tablet and School Supplies