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tXWStaa OBSKKVUB. lA GRAHDE, OREOOX, RAtTKDAT, FEBRrARY M. IMS.
La Grande Professional
a. u biogers. m. d .
Physician and Burgeon.
Office Ralston Building, over J. M.
Office 'Phone Black H21.
Residence 'Phone Red 1001.
J. H. HUBBARD, M. D.
I'hyslclan and Surgeon.
Office In New Bank Building. Rooms
10-11. 'Phones: Residence, Main
89; Office, Main 71.
DR. A. U RICHARDSON.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over HllTs Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 136'. Residence Main 65
C a CArTEORN.
Office over Hill's Drug 8tore.
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D.
Room 1, La Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Black 1111.
La Orande Orvgor
Our friend, Ben Brown's correction
of Editor Huffman's statement that
Mr. Leasy was the first Settler ol j
Orande Ronde valley, recalls to mint!
an error made by The Observer dur
ing the early years of Its existence. It
is worth recalling, together with the
If we remember rightly, it was
about the second year In the history
of The Observer, that It went through
the experience of all small offices, the
desire to make Illustrations. We sent
away for a newly advertised "sure
thing" process and after making the
usual number of failures, finally made
N. MOLITOR. M. D.,
Physician and burgeon.
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St.
Office Main 68 Residence Main
Phvsiclans and Surgeons.
ir. b. 11. tjudey Dr. J. E. Stevenson
Res. Red 181. Reg. Black SSI
EASLET A 8TEVEN8ON.
Dental Parlors and Laboratory.
Aluminum Plates, Crown and Bridge
work, a specialty.
Office Opposite Foley Hotel.
Office 'Phone Black 11.
a Orande National Bank
. Building. 'Phone Main 18.
C. T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 52.
DR. P. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOOR
Klrksvllle Oraduates Under Founder
Office Snmmer Building.
Phones: Office Main 8; Res. Main 04
Cliaa. K. Cochran Geo. P. Cuutiraa
COCHRAN II COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building
La Orande - - - Oregot
Money Supports the Home
Erroneously Called the first House In
, (he Grande Hondo Valley.
MRS. GRACE McAUSTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1878.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grand
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
Office 'Phone Black 18(1.
Independent 'Phone 58.
DR. n. V. RTLEY.
Graduato Ohio State University Vat
clnattun. Dentistry and Surgery of a
kinds. Country calls promptly as
Office 1414 Adams Ave. 'Phones, Pa
clflc, Black 1801. Independent,
and It needs a steady Influx of it to
maintain the household and keep It
going. To be sure of that steady flow
of money, It Is the best plan to bank
the savings so t"-rt you will know
where to reac i ;hcm In time of need.
For "rainy days" come to the thrif
tiest of us at times, and It is well for
us if the'1 r.'.d us prepared. Bank
your sn-iPliiB cssh with us now, and
you v 1:1 have the pleasure of know
Ting t it It Is not only secure, but
earnl; good Interest. ...
The Eastern Oregon
Ttust & Savings
F. M. BTRKIT, President.
WM. MILLER, Vice-President,
, GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier.
T. J. SCROGGIN; Assistant Cashier.
V. J. HOLMES. Preasurer.
Abstract of Title, lire Insurance.
to La Grande Na
- - - Oregor
TEACHERS OF MUSIC
Arrival and Dciwrture of Trains at
No. 1. westboun'" Portland Special,
arrives 8:25 a. m.; departs, 8:80 a. m.
No. 8, eastbound passenger, mall
,,.,,.. irrtvm at 8:45 a. m.i de-
farts 8:50 a. m.
No. 8, eastbound Chicago Special.
arrives 8:01 p. m.i departs, 8:18 p. m.
No. I, westbound passenger, mall
and express, arrives :5S p. m.; de
parts, 10 p. ns.
Leaves I Crease at 8 a. m. an
sstvee hi La eaase at 1:88.
(CATHERINE M. QUINN, MU8. BAC
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio 1401 Eighth Street
'Phone Black 841.
PROF. E. PORTER DAY. Prlncii.
La Grande School of Music
Mrs. Day assistant. School oppo
lite Foley Hotel. Phone Red 472. .
MIS3 STELLA It. OLIVER.
Teawher of l'luno and Harmony.
fturilo over J. M. Berry's Store.
a. reproduction of a log cabin. After
Its completion, we conceived the Idea
of using It on a-n advertising blotter
we had been getting out monthly, and
Inserting a line under It. "The first
house In Grande Ronde valley." W'i
scattered them broadcast through thi
Ity and valley towns. Within a few
days one of the early pioneers called
it the office, and noticing one of the
blotters on our desk, complimented us
on the correctness of the reproduction,
and stated that he had often passed
the cabin (we fortunately did not lo-
cate It), locating It Just across the j
river, about where the Palir.r
now stands. In due time t'nele In
Brown made us a friendly call and
proceeded to show, us t;tat we were
entirely wmng: that we Old not even
come close; that the first bouse erectei
was In La Grande, and was a two-story
building. We even had the chimney
on the wrong end. Backed up. by the
Interview of our previous pioneer
friend, we made an attempt' to stand
pat, but when "Uncle pen" dug up
his diary, we gracefully submitted, and
from that date to this we have al
ways given that diary right of way.
and have been permitted to refer to
It many times. It Is fortunBie that
during the Initial settlement of this
valley and city, that Ben Prown kept
a dally record. It should be carefully
preserved, as it Is the only accurate
history of that epoch. But while this
record is In the hands of Mr. Brown.
any deviation from the actual facts
will be carefully guarded. Brother
Huffman, who was raised In this
county and personally knows some
thing of our early history, had better
follow the policy of The Observer dur
ing the past many years, to be careful
regarding the events within the dates
kept by this diary.
I A. PICKLE R.
Civil. Mining, Irrigation Engineer!
Estimates, plans and specifications
Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
M Grande Orw
IN A HURRY?
5 mE MASS" MM
He will take that trunk to the De
pot or your horn in le time than
it takes to tell it.
Day phor.e Red ??t
Nijnt " Black 1 792
Wagr. alwav a j ?
J. I.. MARS,
Contractor and Builder.
Deslnr In Bull'flns- Material.
'l.KAN C"'ATtSE SAr'O 4
AND GRAVEL DELIVERED. 4
Drop a line, nam.ng work. 4
snd I will name the right 4
prlee. :: :: t: .
f m. Sssndc. Osecoei.
Be It remembered, that at a regu
lar term of the county court of. the
state of Oregon, for the . county of
Union, in probate sitting. b gun and
held at the court house In the city at
La Grande, In said county and suite,
on Moiiuay. the (ah day of January,
A. D. 1V0S. the same being the first
Monday of said month and the' time
fixed by law for holding a regular
term of said ccurt, when were pres
ent, the Honorable j. C Henry, Cj-ji-ty
Judge; J. B. Gilham. Clerk; F. P.
When, on Thursday, the 20th day of
January. A. D. 1908, or the 22nd Judl
olal day of said -term, among others
the following proceedings were had.
In the matter of the Guardianship of
the person and estate of Maggie
Given, true name Margaret Given,
an Insane person.
It appearing to the court from '.he
petition of S. L. Given, guardian of
the person and estate of Maggie Glv
sn, true name Margaret Given, an In
sane person, that there Is no personal
property belonging to said estate and
that there Is no cash on hand to de
fray the expense for the support and
maintenance of said Insane, and that
it Is necessary to soil the following
described real estate, for the support
and maintenance of the said Insane
person, to-wlt: All that portion of
the northeast qVarter of the north
west quarter of section 80, township
4 8.. ramie iv E. v.. M, oentina
that portion heretofore deeded to Min
nie Ostrander, bounded as commenc
ing at the southwest corner of the
northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter of section S, township 4 8.,
range 4 0 E. W, M., us aforesaid, and
running thence east 54 rods and 6
links, thence north 59 rods and
Inks, thence west 54 rods and 6 links.
thence south 59 rods and 8 links to
place of beginning.
It further appearing to the cor.rt
that the heirs at law and next of kin
of Maggie Given, true name Margare
Oiven. are John Given, Portland, Ore
Hon; William Given, Straeter. Neva
la; Alfred Given, Buokunn, Washlri
ton, and 8. L. Given, La Grande, Ore,
It further opi'earmg to the court
that it Is necessary to sell said abovi
described real property, and that
Auuld be beneficial jto said estate to
sell the same, y
It Is by the said court ordered that
the above named heirs at law and
next of kin ot said Maggie Given, true
name Margaret Given, and all per
sons Interested in said estate appear
at the office of the undersigned
the court hoi;tu In x the city of La
Grande, Union county, Oregon,
Tuesday, tho 3rd day of March, A.
1908, at the hour of two o'clock
laid day to show cause why a license
should not be granted for the sal
of said real estate.
It Is further ordered that a copy
of this order be published In the La
Grande Evening Observer and that
such publication fcs made once a week
for four successive weeks.
Done and dated this 80th day
January, A.'D. 198.
J. C. HENRY,
GEORGE PALMER, President ' W. H. BRENHOLTS. Ass't Cashier
J. M. BERRY. Vice President v .C.S. WILLIAMS, 2d AtVt Cashier
' F. L. MEYERS, Cashier
': - 3655 ' ' ' .
La Grande National Bank
' Of La Orande, Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 5160,000
UNITED 6TATE3 DEPOSITORY
. . DIRECTORS
J. M. Berry A. B. Conley F. J. Holmes F. M.
C. C. Pennington F. L. Meyers Oeo.L. Cleaver
W. L. Brenholts Qsorge Palmar
Place Your Surplus funds With the Farmers and
N AT ION A DPHB AN K
Comparative Statement as Made to the Comptroller ol
Better Than Spanking.
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There Is a constitution
al cause, for this trouble. Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, Notre Dame, Ind.,
will send free to any mother her suc
cessful Instructions. Send no money,
but write her today if your children
trouble In thfs way. Don't blamt
the child, the chances are It can"'
help It.' This treatment aluo cur
idults and aeed people troubled with
urine difficulties by day or -night.
Apples, 25 cents per box, at tlv
Hall-Damon warehouse, by Kar'
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned hove filed In the county
enurt of Oreson for t'nlon county, his
final account as administrator of the
estate of D. R. May, deceased, and
that said court has fixed Tuesday.
March 3. at 10 o'clock a. m., as the
time and the court house In La
Grande, Orenn, as the r'aot for
hearing all objections thereto and set
tling the same.
Dated this 3"th day of Jantia.y.
. B. T MAT.
Xflmlnlstrator f 'he Estate if D. J
For nilloiiNiifss and Sick Headache.
Take Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup.
It sweetens the stomach, aids dlges'
tlon and acts as a gentle stimulant c
the liver and bowels without iTltat
Ing these organs. Orlno Laxative
Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and ha
bitual constltpatlon. Does not naus-v
ate or gripe snd Is mild and pleasant
to take. Remember the name. Oris
and refuse to accept any suastltut
A. T. Hill, druaaSM
September 6, 1 900,
September 30, 1901,
September 15, 1902,
September 9. 1903,
September 6, 1904,
June 18, 1905,
June 18, 1906,
Jur.e 21, 1907,
1 79 324.05
We pay you interest on your Savings Bank Accounts.
No Interest paid on Checking Accounts.
W are prepared to handle any Binlting bus!nsss sntrusted to ii with
care, promptne and saftv.
With 20 years experience in Binding we are confidant we"; can give you
Your business is appreciated by iti officers:
J. W. SCRIBER, Cashier
jOSEPII PALMER, President
0. E. McCULLY, A. C
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SIEGRIST & CO.
t JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
We wish to call your attention to our
We are better prepared than ever to do
first class work. If you have a watch
that does not give you satisfaction, oring
it to us and we will guarantee we can fix it.
Diamonds reset or mounted in new mount
ing is one of our specialties.
All our work guaranteed and promptly done,
We will save you money
SIEGRIST & C
JEWFLERS AND OPTICIANS
Old paper In bundles (rf 100 for sale
at The Observer office. Price 25 cents
All the local and the world's news
of Interest In The Observer each evening.
You'll Pay With Pleasure
DR. 0. A. FISHER, Prop.
Patent Me die ens,
Perfumes, Toilet Articles
Trusses, and Rubber
OPEN DAY OR NIGHT
, PHONE CALLS ANSWER-
ED DAY OR NIGHT I
For every meal you sat" hers, lit .
will be a combination of good ' .
food, good cooking and good ser-" 1
vice. Our restaurant is intend- '
d for people who appreciate
gxd eating, also for people who
like the good things of life at a
moderate cost. lf you belong o
that class, ccme in and see wh t
we can do foi you.
The Model - Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We sell weekly meal
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
resetting and repairing
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. F'TZGERALD, Proprietor
G.mpletc Machine Shops and Foundry