La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, April 13, 1906, Image 3

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A GOOD EXAMPLE IS
THE BEST SERMON
Therefor it It not necessary for X
us to preach about the necessity of
paint, so we will only tell you the
bsst kind to use, which is
, SHERWIN WILLIAMS'
It i cheaper in the long run, there
fore it is most economical It is
better than other makes because it
is carefully ground, and mixed with
u own material, ana u comes
; ready for use, anyone can apply It
STAN1EIS & JARMAN,
Paper Hangers and
Decoratoratars
Second Hard Bicycles
, One Rambler $6.00
One Ideal 10.00
One Colambia Chainless 15.00
One Ladies' wheel 1 0.00
New Bicycles
Cleveland and Princetons
$25 to $100
PHONE RED 261
C. L. SMITH
CREAMERY BUILDING
2 UPHOLSTERING AND CABINET
MAKING
Furniture repaired and upholstered
No order too small or too large.
J All work guaranteed.
Old furniture made good as new
E. E. SCOTT,
Shop 1420 Adams Avenue
I Phone Red 672
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HOUSE CLEANING MADE
EASY
With the assistance of
JOE WILLIAMS
Charges reasonable and Prompt
Service. Leave orders at the Red
Cross Drug Store or phone blk 271
THE LA GRANDE
NURSERY
SHADE TREES
Is one of my special- "
ties. Delivery to be
made on or after
March 16.
Special bargains on Roses
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I also have a One lot of Apple,
pear, prune, plum, cherry, appri
cot, peach, mulberry, shade
trees and ornamental trees,
grapes, currents, gooseberry,
blackberry, dewberry, rasp
berry, vines, creepers, and
hedge plants.
hone 1511, Thorns' grocery
Geo. W. Powell,
AVBARN B in
: UAruKD pm :
JAMES FARQUHARSON. Prop.
CoatpVtte aaaortmant ot (
WINES, LIQUORS
I AND CIGARS I
v Cold lunches and mixed drinks a
Specialty. Fair and impartial
treatment to alL You are invited
J to call and get acquainted. J
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'ilA. -ri.'-
: NOTHING BETTER
j m OUR CUSHIOIH AND
: RUBBER TIRED BUGGIES
: RUNABOUTS AND TWO SEATED
FULL LINE NOW IN STOCK I
Our steam Rolled Barley 5
can't be beat
All kinds of feed constantly kept !
on hand. Choice lot of timothy
Just arrived. PRICES RIGHT
Phone Main 6
: GRANDE RONDE (ASH (0.5
Lewis Bros. Prop.
WALLOWA COUNTY
Send your collections
and cash items to
Tiie Stock Growers and:
farmers Bank, j
OF WALLOWA. OREGON.
We pay five per cent interest on 2
time deposit. '
CAPITAL
5,000.00 :
C. T. McDaniel, Cashier.
A. K. Steunenbero, Pres.
WE CARRY MEATS
for a brief while only. Short for saying
that we handle only fresh products.
We sell so much beaf, mutten, lamb,
pork, and poultry that nothing stays on
our premiseo long. Food for thought in
that truthful statement. If you object to
stale meats, let us have your orders.
Grandy & Russell
G. E. FOWLLR
Truck and
Transfer
Wood and Coal
PHONE 1611
2 All orders given prompt attention
Practical Gunsmith
Repairs Strictly Fhtclass
Guns re-stocked
Keys fitted to door Locks
WA. AGNEW
Adams Antm
fARMERS
Now is the time to do your fencing,
you need fenceposts, we have them for
sale. Our post were cut from green fur
and tamarack trees and are thoroughly
dry. We have about 5000 of them which
we must dispose of this spring. We will
exchange them for live stock, hay, grain,
eggs, potatoes or other produce.
Leave orders at The Golden Rule or at
No. 1606 Sixth Street. Also dry cord
wjod for.sale in any quantity.
J. Anthony
ISLAND OH ITEMS
Mrs. Guy Jones of Portland is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. John S. Clark. Mrs. Jones
resided in this valley when a young girl
and has many friends here.
Mr. Ed Boedeckey of Lowrey City, Mo.,
arrived here Saturday morning and is a
guest of William Schroeder . and family.
Mr. Boedecker will only remain a few
days, being on his way to Portland.
Miss Stella Jones, formerly of this place
who has been visiting in North Powder
for several weeks, stopped off on her re
turn ti
lames Russell is moving his family
to La Grande,
here he has purchased
property
friends.
mr. cpme Barnes or rortn How
a guest In the home of his sister,
R. Hunter.
ADVERTISED UTTERS
UUHMMUU
in this office for the week ending April 6,
1906. -, .
Mrs E. O. Baker Mr. Harry Bones
Miss May Bradbury MrW.M. Davis
Miss Edith Burns Parley Gillet
Mable Graves - Mr. J. J. Law
Miss Katie Hurst Mr. Lee Sine
Mr. 1. W. Wilkinson Mr. Thomas Jones
Alexander McLaren Mr. W. E. Marshall
These letters will be sent to the dead
etter office April 19 1906 If not deliver
ed before. In calling for the above,
please say "Advertised" giving date of
list. Q. M. Richey, P. M.
TREASURER'S CALL f OR WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed Treasure of Union County, Oregon.
has funds on hand which to pay all
County and Scalp bounty warrants which
were presented and endorsed by the
County Treasurer, prior to Sept. 1, 1901
No interest allowed on the above war
rants after April 15. 1906. ,
John Frawley .
. Treasurer op Union county,
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. lo7.
NOTICE FOR. PUBLICATION,
Notice I hereby given Uisl lo compliance
. .'1 -ii mis oi
una S, IK. H, entitled "An sol for the u a of
. ....... lu ui vAiiiuruitt, ure-
fitu, Nevada, and Wahln(ton Terrluiry," iu
uxtvndea t all the l ubllc Land nU(ea by act
of Auguat 4, ltl. Charlex E. ebb uf
Hotte, county of Ada. Htate of Idahn,
haa thla day. nidi In thin offliw lil
.worn ataMmenl Nov -, for tn purobaae of
the HV ol See No. Sti In Townalilp No.
i, South Rnnuo No. it K. W. M.
And will oner proof u: show that the land
otiKhtU more vuluHbla for lu timber or
tone than roragnctillural nnrpoaea, and to
MtabllHhhla claim U aald land before the
Kea-Uter and Hecelver at La tintnde.
jjjyoii, on Tueaday, the Und day of May
Hn IIKniM wltnMua. Ua-KAr4 V
of Holne lilaho; Clurlei I , l.lnaenfelter. of
noiw mano; nvnry w arnherK. of Bola
ldnho; J K Baleman, of a urande.
Any and all persona elulinlnu adveraelj
ihaahove described Umlaara reqneated to Mle
their clalma In thla oflioe on or before aald
i nd day or May, Mm.
K W. Davla, Reg later
TIMBER LAND. ACT IUNE 3, 1S78
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
U. H. Land Office, La Oraude, Oreiron
.',.. February 2, IUUS
Nmk la hereby alren that In compliant
June a. I87H enlltud "An art for the aale ol
lauui. 111 me ntatea or uaitt vttla, (ire
Kon, NevHdii.md Wahlnaton Territory" a
AVlenilMl (null f li. I . . I. 7 Jt J .
of Aukii 4. isit, AnhurW Mei urry.oft'arl-
... inuiuii, piaie 01 urraou
baa thla day Mled In liiinofflce hlaaworn state
tnMll h.n Uh.. frm . . . - - 1 . . .
mnri'Jm MyL ..r. kin e
6 H, Kanar .N. . :f, K. U . M.
And aiil otter pnaiftoxhow that the land
aotiithl w more valuable for Up tlnibei oi
atone than for arrlrultural purpose, and t
eniablUli hi- .nlm to aald 'ana la-fore tt.t
Hetrlaterand Kmlvpr il La Hranrie .Ore
gon, on a'u day the 2Ut n.Tof Aiirll, IhiM.
He name. wltnewM-: H ii-t Weaenb-Ta
nd I), v. i:uilon...f Ivei'lly, I.t.i,.., Hmu.
K. I b nut" and Mr. Miunle lialenian. of La
Oraniie, tre(( n
Any and an persona elalmlntr adveraelv tb
almv dea rll.I landF are requested lb 01
their claim In this olflceoo or belure sal.
2ut day of April IKW
K. W. DAVIS Register,
SUMMONS .
(First publication April 13 1906)
In the Justices Court for South La Grande
District Union County Oregon
Fred Lawson and Victor
Lawson Carpenters do
ing business under the
firm name and style of
Lawson Brothers
Plaintiffs
vs.
C. E. Hammock,
Defendant
To C. E. Hammock
Said Defendant
In the name of the State of Oregon you
are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint in the above entitled
Cause and Court on or before May 1 9
1 906 or in default thereof, the plaintiff
will take judgment against you for the
sum of $81,61 with interest thereon at
the rate of six per cent per annum after
January 16th 1906 to gether with hia
costs and disbursements and Order for
sale of attached property this Summons
is served upon you by publication in the
La Grande Weekly Observer published
at La Grande Oregon for six Consecvtive
weeks by order of the Hon. John E.
Hough Justice of the Peace of the hnv
entitled Court Dated April 7th 1906.
W. B. Saroxrt, Atty. for Plaintiff.
SOCI ETY
Mrs. M. L. Causey entertained the Five
Hundred Club yesterday afternoon. The
prize, a cup and saucer, wae won by Mrs.
H. S. Cavana, The following were
present: Mesdames, H. S. Cavana, Wm.
Allison Fred Kiddle, E. W. Bartlet, G. E.
McCully, Harry Grady, Jay VanBuren.
W. H, Bohnenkamp.
A number of young people gave a sur
prise party for Miss Libby Watson last
evening. Guessing games were played
and prizes were won by Misses Nell Gar
rick and Hilma Johnson. Those present
were: Misses Hilma Johnson, Madge
Metcalf, Kate Rogers, Jean Nibley, Lizzie
Nibley, Nell Garrick, Messrs. Clyde
Metcalf. Dolf Rodcrars. Joaanh Prir. Irs
""Watson. Will TiffanS. Alfred Hvatt Wil
Wales, Eddie C&tiAjM
Isf IVj-.-V T
VViNUTIC'H rOR rUHGICATION
U.tt. Land OTwe; LWrsude Oregon,
March, tola, Ivod.
Notice ta bflrebv riven that In comnitanAa
with the provision! ol the act of Congress of
lne S lafa, sntltlad "An act for the sal. of
timber lands in the Blatsa of California, Orsgon,
Nevada and Waehluaion Ter Itocy,'1 as .
tended to all the Public Land Htarns bv act of
Aujuatl, lWi W I Hard Couch of La Grande,
county of Cnloo, Htaie of i'rexon has
this day Sled in thla office bis sworn statement
of accU'in No e in lowuahlp No. 4 Bouth,
Hange No 118 B. W. M.
And will offer pr.X to show that ths land
at.naht Is more valuable for lu limber ol
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish bis claim toaaat land before the Reg
leur and Heceivsr at La Grande,
Oregon, on Thn'Sday the Dial day af June.
19U6.
He neirea as witnesses; James McCMI,
Thomas F. s'hirwxK), William eheraond,
Frank McClure, all of La Qrande, Union
county, Orey' n.
Any en all persons claim I nr. advereely the
shove deaonbeit laud are reuasated to file tbsir
claims in this oflloe on or atalore said lllat du
olJuue, iU6.
F. W. Dsvla, Realater
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEN
Notice la hereby riven that Wm. B. He -sen
Administrator f the rtaUof Sarah C.
Williawa. deoeaee. haa filed his final umwiii
and renort in the aald estate and tha i o.,ntv
Court of Union County, Orecnn, baa set Tuea
day, March 61 h. 1J6, at f o'clock P. M, for
uamui i tie same.
WM.B.BARGENT. Administrator.
ROTia
We have made arrangements to have a
special line of the season's later and en
tiielynew Creations In Ladies' pattern
and tailored hats arrive here in time for
our millinery opening which will be the
early part of April. Watch for announce
ment Thb Fair Department Store
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
V. 8. Land Offloe, La Urarrie. Oregon
' March iU. 1IXXJ
Notice ta hereh elven that In rnmniln.ni
with the provisions of the art of funiireas ot
Jnne a, IH7H. entitled "An ant for tha aaie ol
timber lands in the Stales of California, Ore-
xiin, nevaua. ann wasiunaton Territory," as
extended to all the Public Land Mlsies by aci
vr AUtust4. im. Joseph A. Hunter, of
Boise, cnnnt.v of Ada. State of Idaho,
ut sum uay uien m inie omne ner sworr
statement No. SHUl. for tha onmhase n.
the ny. N El4 Hee. 81 MUKWSinf tectloD
No. iU In Township Nv, 4 (South, Usage
ITl C TV m
And will offer proof to show that the lam
soukIiI la more valuable for Ita timber 01
atone than for agricultural purpose, and t
establish her claim to aald land hetoretb'
hVtrtster and Keeelver at La Orande. Ore
jon. on Wednesday. the 21)1 b Use oi June.lWM.
He names aa witnesses: Edward Lemp
n.i.. Lvmp,uus Liiecuii.sieary eiiaeu.
ail of Boise Idaho
Any and all persons clalinlnr adversely tin
above desorlbed lands are requested to II..
their claims In tbl office ou or before sain
3otb day or June luoe.
8. W. Di.T s. Reerstl
SUMMONS
In teClroull 0urt of thHtateo' Oregon for
Union Couuty.
Mabel Ward, J'laintirT, )
vr. V Bumnionp.
Wa'tt-rA ward iVfrndani 1
ToU Hitt-r a. Wttrd, tli above oamed o
fend nt
JS THE NAME OK THK BTATE Of
OKK40N mi are (itrehr anmmuned lo ap-
mr and anwer or oihiwlne plrad to Ilia
r miiHnl tiled avHlnit vmi lu the arov d-
lrd eint, ou or ttvr llu rd tHy of Kebru-
ry, im.
Yo .
vlli fiirthi-rttke notlr that irvoulull
nttfprt or refiie tow app -ar r I'lcai within
MHld tinir the plaintiff will Ihrrffier Hpply
ioihuiMv ?ntlf(ed court f r the relief de
man Jtti In her cum pint ni, to-wll: War a
J-t-r e diM'lvliiK th niurrlM e cnntrarl b
twt-ni you and plain IT. ani lor Mhaoiute di
vorce from on; h) (hut abp Le derreed the
pirliiiv'OUtt'Hly f Arthur K. Wnri, minor
aon otplaln'lff and drfpodtint: (r) for heron-la
Miid dlvlnin'fiTifiiH in thla tuit: id) f.r mo i
f-:Mhr and other nrdm na anal he n'wmiry
nd prvfrfot itutkit-g au'b rteue eltwtive;
) Hud lor iuh o'hT and lurtb r re!l u
altati be iut Nirt e-juUiibte.
ThlaaumDiotia la puhl abad by virtue of an
rrdr made and eit rrd herein, by ibe Hod
M. A. Haar aou County Jndee for Utlon
'onntT, Hi'ite uf Orencn, dated January fttb,
lwrs providing tint euinnwnp ahmild be pul
litlittd for aix conxwvtlve werk, and tor
mcti puMlcutlona therof. In the lAtirande
Wwkty Onacrver, and that ht Oiat PMbltca
(Inn thereof ohnuid te the I'itb day ot .January
iMhs, and the liwit runilraliim hereo', the uL
day oj Kubtuary. 1W6. K. H. VANH 'K.
Attuiuey for fin in HIT
SUMMONS
(First publication March 12th, 1906.)
in the circuit court of the state of Ore
gon for Union County.
John Wilson Plaintiff
vs.
C. A. Staples Defendant
To C. A. Staples, the said defendant:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
are required to appear and answer the
compleint in the above entitled cause and
court on or before April 25th, 1 906, or in
default thereof, the plaintiff will take
judgement against you for the eum of
$87.78, with intertst thereon at the rate
of six per cent per annum after October
2d., 1904, together with his costs and
disbursements and order for sale of at
tached property. This summons is serv
ed upon you by publication in the La
Grande Evening Observer, published at
La Urande, Uregon, for six consecutive
weeks, by order of Hon. Robert Eakin,
Judge of the above entitled court, dated
March 10th, 1906.
CR Finn. .
At tcirty fct Plaintiff.
NEW CARPETS
BEAUTIFUL CARPETS
The very Latest Designs
HANDSOMEST LACE CURTAINS evsr shown in
the city.
W. H. BOHNFNKAMP CO.
Ribbons
All the Much Needed Spring
NEW
E. M. Wellman & Company:
ADAMS
reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
SAVE THR TOOK
Lawson Bros have added a line of Bakery GOOdS to their already
complete line of groceries and all now prepared to furnish your table want
complete from Cookies to Baken. with Mayple Syrup and Honey thrown
2 in. All orders promptly delivered and full weight and ample measure
guaranteed.
I SEATTLE GROCER Y CO.
LAWSON
I STI
D. H. STEWARD,
THE MACK SWAIN THEATRE CO. I
A BIG CITY SHOW
TO-NIGHT
The greatSociety Drama
"La Belle Marie"
Saturday Matinee
Kathleen Mauverneenl
Popular Prlces
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CALL AT MRS.
Read the
Ddiverec by carrier
:
Ribbons
Shades for Waists and Sashes.
HATS
AVENUE
BROS. Prop.
Proprietor and Manager.
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