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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1909)
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already made ready to comply with
the provisions of the ordinance gov
erning the number ot exits, fire es
capes etc., in all public buildings In
.he city. Julius Roesch has a car
penter at work today hanging doors
?at the entrance to the stairway be
Iween the Red Cross drug store and
Van Buren's, in accordance with the
requiremepts of the ordinance that
all doors swing outward.
my - trip east, my office , was broken
into and my day book which contain
ed a record of my work since Novem
ber 27 last, was stolen.
So far as I know this book had no
commercial value to aay one except
myself, unless the information con
tained therein regarding my patrons
could be used to advantage. ; .
I will pay $100 reward for the
return of the book and information
which will lead to the arrest and con
.leuuu ui liie guilty person. '
(5-14-20) J. E. STEVENSON. D. D. S.
WEDDIXG LAST MGHT.
I On the night of April 1C, during
Walla Valla Man And La Grande Girl
United In Matrimony.
With a few intimate friends only
attending, James E. Smaller of Walla
Walla was married last evening at the
Prsbyterian manse, to Miss Ella Ev
ans of this city. Rev. W. S. Seomann
officiated.. . '
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Field Garden Lawn
I AM SHOWING THE LARGEST
VARIETY AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OP SEEDS EVER EXHIBIT
ED IN UNION COUNTY, AND I
KNOW THESE ARE THE PRODUCT
OP REPUTABLE SEED GROWERS;
AND I ALSO KNOW MY PRICES
ARE AS LOW AS IT IS CONSIST
ENT TO SELL FRESH, RELIABLE
Alfalfa, Red and Alsike
and all Kinds of Garden Seed and
A. V. OLIVER
Conductor Mytinger today assumed
H. C. Grady's run on the Joseph
branch, while the latter is making
preparation to report at Pendleton or
Huntington to take chage of the first
train coming over the O. R. & N. un
der the new schedule. It is not cer
tain that Mr. Mytinger will remain on
the Job, as the preferred run has not
been let yet. Mr. Wissler Is also in
line, for this run, a position usually
preferred over the Pilot Rock run.
, For Constipation.
Mr. L. H. Farnham. a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake. Iowa, says:
"Chamberlain's Stomach and' Liver
Tablets are certainly the best thing
on the market for constipation. Give
these tablets a trial. You are certain
to find them agreeable and pleasant
In effect. , Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. For sale by All Good Dealers.
Antra Shun Dead.
Another pioneer resident of- Union
county has gone to his reward. An
gus Shaw died at his Summerville
home late yesterday and will be in
terred tomorrow morning. He is sur
vived by two sons and three daugh
ters,' John and Angus Shaw Jr., and
Mrs. Christina Standley, T)f Allcel;
Mrs. Sarah Bonnette, of Summerville;
and Mrs. Bt-ttie Humphrey, of Eugene.
F r u i t Tract
.6 Ares in apples and
cherries. Housebarn ,
and .- irrigation' and
' other., conveniences-
IT'S A SNAP BECAUSE ITS
NEAR COVE, (COVE IS TO UN
ION COUNTY. WHAT HOOD
RIVER IS TO COLUMBIA RIV
ER DISTRICT). BECAUSE
THE SOIL IS A DEEP, BLACK
'LOAM. BECAUSE IT HAS 00
ROME BEAUTY, YORK IMPER
IAL. ROYAL ANN AND BING
TREES, AND BECAUSE THE
PRICE IS WHAT. YOU ORDI
NARILY WILL PAY FOR THE
RAW LAND IN THIS VICIN
ITY. SEE US TODAY ABOUT
Ibe Van Duyn Realty (o.
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME
and money planting poor seeds. GEDDtS
BROS, have those that grow. All kinds of gar
den vegatables, potatoes five varieties Flower
seeds of all kinds and varieties. ', Win tne
prize this year by planting our Aster seeds
If you need anything in the grocery line, we
carry the best. . . .
; ( Jood Quality)
BLACK & BRAMWfll,
1410 Adams Avenue
. Phone Black 12 1
' No. 49. A cottage G rooms, 1
closet, cellar, woodhouse, dish cup
boards, and flour bins built in kit
then; 2 corner lots, west and north
fronts; location good. -. iice f I'.lofl.OO.
No. 48. Cottage of 4 ro-ims o;tsldo
cellar, woodshed, hen house, barn,
good lawn, garden; 2 lots eaBt front,
size 80x104; well and city water; good
walk?. Fnee 1.00.00. .,
Na. 47. 2 acres fe.o.i land and room
house; close In. Can be made a nice
home; not a bad buy. Price 01200.00.
No. 46. A cottage of 4 rooms with
bath; plastered. ; 2 lots Bet to fruit
20 trees; with lots of berry bushes.
Henhouse, woodshed; size of two lots
80x125. Can make good terms. Price
No. 45. Something new, 5 rooms
and buth. City water; good location
on hill. Oue lot size 60x110. Be sure
and see it. Price $2400.00.
, No. 44. Fine new cottage, 5 rooms
and bath. Everything modern, and up-to-date.
1 lot, size 60x110; a very fine
home for someone at the price of
No. 4.1 A cottage on the hill ; has
6 rooms, bath, toilet, pantry, cellar,
wooilhuuse. Good lot, 60x110; city
water. Price W0.00.
So. 41. Aliuost 1 Va- acres good
laud; 4 rooui house, woodhouse; 2
Blmrws water , Price $10.00.
No. 40. 0 Sid st. In Old Town, 5
room house, woodshed, well. good
lets; a'splftudid place for little money.
PrU S(MW ,.
So. 38. A home cottage, 5 rooms ;
fchisiered, good woodhouse, well; 20
young trees; 2 good lots, coiner East
& South, fronts. Size of two lots 80
' 104. Price $1000.00.
No. 24. , , 4 acres laud, 4 shares wa
ter; 5 room house; woodhouse. will
soon be wortb more. Price $2000.00.
No. 23. 1 acre best garden land,
set to best of berries and fruit trees,
with one share of beat water. 6
room house in fine condition, and the
location ean not be any better. Price
No. 22. Lots 3, 4, 5. Block 10 in
Home Investment Add. to La Grande,
has set 80 fruit trees, 1 year old, fen
ced. Price $400.00
No. 37 V4. Lots 4, 5, 6, Block 12,
Homlg Add., good location, price what
will make you sure buy. Price f 500XM).
No. 50. Two lots, east frontage,
corner; size 80x104, has good lawn;
23 fruit trees, 4 years old, berry bush
es and all suck as makes a home. The
house has 6 rooms, good cellar, wood
house, henhouse; location such as
would be desirable. Price $2000.00.
No. 10. Lots, why say the price
too high, or the tots too small, or any
other, If until you have seen the desir
able ones that we can show you.
No. 43. 3 large lots, each lot,
size 71x110; these are on the hill, and
a most desirable place; the house has
j 8 large rooms, 3 closets, bath, a fine
l brick and cement cellar outside; fine
woodhouse, fair barn. This must.be
seen, to do yourself Justice. Price
Don't forget that anything In farm,
fruit or garden lands, we can inter
The above. Is a partial list of real
estate we have for sale. Let us know
your wants and we will try and supply
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tammmmm uvmmammm-mmmBmmmemr-' 1 1 asm
Miy and Finishes for a
and Finishes for
Every Home Use
This Is the time to freshen up the home by doing
the odd jobs of painting you have been planning. , ror
the buwv.'the furniture." for the floors' and woodwork,
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for tvtry paint purpose, we have the right Finish.
PAINTS. ENAMELS. STAINS AND VARNISHES.
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.are eacn ana. every one sqienuncaiiy prcparca lor specme uses.
.Remember if it's a surface to be painted, enameled,
.stained, varnished or finished in any way, there's anX
.Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. We can , i
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icu you wuu iu use, uuw iuuvu j use iuv.
Ask us. ;
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
J VS. A. rG.
I PsJAthe cost
We have Just received a complete
line of . Columbia double disc records,
85c. Newlln Book & Stationery Co. '
For Rapid Delivery Seivice I
. If you need a messenger, plioue
Main 24. ?
We are In poult! on to do any
kind of transferring, Glve.ua a
trial order. Calls answered day
or night. . ,
Day. Rod 711.
Night, Black 1871.
: ELGIN, OREGON, : 4
Real Estate, Investments, Loans
Where local ; bunlnuaa men are
co-operating and buying Stump
lands preparatory to aetUrt?
commercial orchards. For par-
tlculars' regarding good orchard 4
lands at very low prices call or
write The ' . .
SLOUGH INVESTMENT CO.
, and Collcvtlons,
f o 4 1, 4 e
WHY NOT TRY
ASTHMA REMEDY T '
(lives prompt and positive relief i
vry case. ; Sold by druggists, Prlc
tl.OQ. Trial package by mall 10 ' -.
WtUUma Mfg. Co., Prope.
For aale by
A, T. HBUU Druggist. ,
Words to Freeze the Sonl.
"Your son has Consumption. Hit
case la hopeless." These appalling
words were spoken to Geo. E. Blevcns,
a leading merchant of Sprinfla'd, N.
C. by two expert doctors one a lung
specialist Then was shown the won
derful power of Dr. KlnCa New Dis
covery. "After three weeks use,"
writes Mr. Blevens, "be was as well
as ever. I would not take all the
money In the world for what It did
for my boy." Infalllable for Coughs
and Colds .its the safest, surest cure
of desperate Lung diseases o nearth.
150c sort $1.00.- GuaranW satisifactlnn
i Trl bottle Newlin Dri Or
J , NOTICE, ,
ThoBe wishing graves cared for In
the Masonic cemetery at reasonable
rates should apply to the Sexton, Val
entine Kraemer, or to Henry & Carr,
and notice Is hereby given to those in
1 such will cease until said arrears are
paid. (May 1-9)
Best Treatment for Colds.
"Most ordtnarv colds will yield t
the simplest treatment," says the Chi
cago Tribune, "moderatlve laxatives,
hot foot baths, a free perspiration ana
an avoidance of exposure to cold and
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treatment Is simple, It requires con
siderable trouble, and. the one adopt
ing It must remain In doors for a
day or two, or a fresh cold Is almost
sure to be contracted, and in many
instances pneumonia follows. . Is It
not better to pin your faith to an old
reliable preparation like Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, that Is famous
for Its cures or colds and can always
be depended upon? For saye by All
The Top'Edge of
the Collar is
That is why we nev
er have a complaint
about our collar work
If you are not send
ing us your laundry
work, try as. ,
"Best By Test"
! Both ; Phc nes