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I NOTICE OF SITE
(Continued from page 1.)
waning on three side of It. This will
afford an opportrnlty for beautiful
(round lurround'rs the building when
it fat completed.
Tha rumor was current on the street
today that one of 3. E. Foley'a lota,
fjolnlng on the east, was also In
ofuded. but Mr. Foley affirmed that It
ad been offered If necessary, but the
special agent, after talalng the meas
urements of Mr. Berry'a' property
Hated, that tract contained inefficient
area and additional ground would not
The special agent Informed Mr. Fo
ley whlla here that In his opinion the
gnvwrnment would erect a ' building
about 40x60 feet, ao situated that a
Jew- years later when the town be
r&ave larger, another wing could be
Ou Uio Itctlrcd LM.
W. J. Henry, foreman of The Ob
server Job department, la on the sick
Hat this week, and as a result The
Obaerver Job department la somewhat
disabled, but as Mr. Henry la able to
come to the office and keep, his eye on
the work, things are not as bad as
'they might be. The same high stand
ard of work la being turned out as
usual, but not at the same rapid rate.
If our customers will bear with us for
the short delay, we will soon.be able
to handle the work with the old-time
WANTED Some person capable of
feeding press and doing job printing
under the direction of first-class
printer. Apply at this office at once.
OFFICER GIVEH TWO YEARS
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State Senator Icad.
North Yakima, Dec. 15. State Sen
ator Walter J. Reed, a resident of this
place, who has been 111 for some time.
died here laid evening. The deceased
la survived by a widow, brother and
lilt (itUKtit PALIYItK
We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings.
We are'prepared to. furnish and deliver material
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8. v
Keep the money at home
' a ' a . -M
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no t uefrd Jist as
sweet. Ail dealers.
' ' '
The Ideal Christmas gift for
yourself. Tne one inai wni bo
truly appreciated and enjoyed,
la a . pair of my Glasses. If
your eyea are beginning to
evince any signs of a deefct.
By proper and prompt atten
tion you might have to wear
them but a short period. A fact
that you should consider now
and have me fit you.
I FAMIUft AMI) PKIMFFR .IFUFI FP
I J. H- PEARE
LEADING AND PIONEER JEWELER
Cut Prices on Lumber and j
Shingles for large Orders j
We need the money; You need the material
I Fir and Native Lumber, Cedar'
ed just by this court that you be con
fined In the penitentiary for a period
of two years," concluded the Judge.
Will AMal Case.
Instantly Attorney Cochran address
ed the court with motions for a alight
stay In commitment that an appeal, to
the supreme court could be perfected
and filed. This was granted. '
Officer la the man for 'whom extra
dition papers were issued and the
sheriff sent jthousands of miles to make
the arrest. The original, charge against
his were either dismissed or otherwise
disposed, of, but since coming here for
trial, the prosecution produced the
necessary evidence In a new. case. '
To Be Held Thursday at Grange Hall
An All Day Scaslon.
Thursday of this week a Farmers'
Institute will be held under the aus
pices of the Oregon Agricultural col-
C'KAZV AND MEAN.
Sought to Kill Woman Whom Love Ho
Thought Re Had Lost.
" San 'Francisco, Dec. 15. Angered
because his fiancee, Mrs. Sadie Camp
bell of Seattle, . had threatened to
leave him, Fred W. Vanslckltn, of Vic
toria, B. C, shot her In the back last
night. The shooting took place at
their home In this city. Although the
woman was seriously wounded, aha
was able to know her would-be mur
derer down with a chair and severely
beat him with her flats and finally
hold him down, until the police could
t 'notified a lid come to h.v ttHiustaTiriv
Tho woman la 23 years of age and was
divorced nine months ago at Seattle.
The couple met at Victoria and came
to this city together.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice la hereby given that Otho
Eckersley, .administrator of the estate
of William J. ' Shoemaker, deceased,
has filed hia final account as admin
istrator of aald estate and the county
court of Union county, Oregon, has set
Monday, the 4th day of January, A. D.
1909, at 3 'o'clockn the afternoon of
said day, and. the county court room
in the court house, La Grande, Ore-
icon as the time ar.d place for hearing
said report and all objections thereto.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
lege at Orange Hall, three miles east th day of December, A. D. 1908.
of La Grande. The first session begins OTHO ECKERSLEY,
at 10 o'clock. Everybody la expected Administrator
to bring their lunch, the grange will '
furnish hot coffee. Come prepared to
itay all day. ' I
The subject of "Dry Farming" will
be handled by Prof. Scudder; ,Hor-
tlculture," by Professor Lewla;' "Chem
istry," by Professor Bradley, , and
"General Horticultue" will be the sub-.
Ject assigned to Dr. James B. Withy-j
combe. In addition to the above there
will be musical numbers and reclta-j
Hons and Ralph E. Reynolds of this
vicinity will speak on the "Swine In
dustry of Union County.'' Ed D. Jas
per has consented to talk on "Why Not
a Scientific Farmers' Association be
Formed In Unl. n County?"
r COOKED FOOD SALE.
Saturday Nest, In the Frank Harris
Next Saturday the ladies of the
Methodic church, will give a cooked
food sale "They. have secured One of
the spacious windows In the' Frank
Harris store. Home-made cold roast
beef, bread, brown bread, baked beans,
mincemeat, .jelly, cake and pie. At
the same time and place the ladles1
will have quite an assortment of fancy
articles which they have marked very
NO ONE HESITATES
OVER OUR CANDV
Everybody that knows our confec
Uonc at all Is aware of their puiit,
their freenness, their fine flavor. J'
you don't know, "get acquainted '
Tou certainly get your money's worth
In this candy shop whe.ther you bu
an ounce, a pound, or. a 5-pound box.
E. D. S ELDER. THE CANDY MAN
WORTHY GOODS j
77ic value of a prescription depends upon the prompt
ness with which it reaches the sick room
"Do it Now"
t is the motto which stands tor much in our prescription de.
1 partment. Ail prescriptions are fitted as soon as receive 1
and delivered as soon as filled. You know our reputation 1
for pure drugs and careful ccmpounding .-, .;. . yl
Those who select holiday tokens
from the sensible line of gifts we
carry can be sure that the goods
bought are worthy of giving and
thai they have been purchased at the
lowest possible price.
Many people realize this and the
result if that our stock is depleted
by the rush which comes iust prev
ious to Christmas. Therefore make
your selections as early as you can
Newiin Drug Co.
La Grande, Ore.
We Carry Everything which Should be jj
Found in a Drug Store
IilLL'5 bRUQ JT0RE
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Fresh Vegetables are Scarce
But we have iust received nearly a
a carload of canned goods. The goods
are all standard brands and are this
Preferred Stock, '
Everything in Staple and fancy Can
I City Grocery and Bakery, :
l L PCLACK, Prop ri PH0NEVMAIN 75 J
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
Jewell V ; 3 v -'":m
Hand Painted China
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
Saturday, Dec. 19th
I will sell any article in my Jewelry
Store at a
20 Per Cent Discount
This is a discount frcm my regular price; not an arti
cle has been marked up in price to meet this
discount as has been the case with
some stores. , Buy your
Xmas goods now
and save money.
December 12th is the last day
Heacock's Jewelry Store
STODDARD LUMBER CO.