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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1909)
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At my place near the foov of ML
Emily on June 28 a Jersey cow,
branded on the left side but not plain.
Owner can have same by calling and
paying for this ada.
M. L. LEADER.
J. B. WEAVER. Prop.
Fruit, shade anchor
Sherbs and Rose3.
and other small fruit '
SEND FOR; PRICE
Large ahipment of electric irons.
Calla at the light office fdr prices and
DO YOU KNOW
that your title is good?
An abstract will tell you
all about it and it may be
tc your advantage to have
one made. You cannot
afford to take chances.
I La Grande National Bank
I ' Building
Fire ia raging In the Interior of the
Lig coal pile In the yards in half a
dozen places today. In one place,
just opposite the blacksmith shop,
it was only by the most strenuous
efforts and by flooding the coal with
water that the fire was prevented
from destroying part of the storage
So far as practical experience goes
there is but one' way to put out such
a fire, and that is to move the coaL
Wetting the stuff only makes the firo
burn more freely, and it is probable
that last night's rain will cause ths
fire to break out in numerous places.
One of the locomotive cranes ia work
ing, and can move a car load per
hour. The other one was sent back
to Huntington to load gravel for ballast.
Place your orders for coal, future
or immediate delivery. If you will
give the fuel problem a little consld- CwzsnAe Rsm-isIa
eration, it will show you that the VJldliae IXOllUe
early purchaser will save money. , t n
Take advantage of the storage rates. CciSls 00 SIS
FEED New alfalfa hay now in.
Both phones Main 6.
f DRY CHAIN WOOD DRY
For Best quality of DRY chain wood call on
V. E. BEAN
Biggest loads for least money
PriONE RED 1741
53 Lot No. 2. Dir. A, New Haven
add., with one share water. This is
an acre of good land $57&00.
53 4 Lot 3, block 2, Home Invest
ment addition. One acre with one
share of water; one-fourth of the
crop of potatoes goes to purchaser;
,52 3 acres in block 1; 3 acres in
block 6; Home Investment add., with
good 3-room house; 55 young fruit
trees; plenty of berries of all kinds;
barn for 4 horses; 6 tons of hay; bug
gy shed; 6 shares of water. Price
without the crop now on place
51 2acres good ground, with 2
i room house $1000.90.
47 2 acres good land; 4 room
house; close in; can be made a nice
home; not a bad buy at f 1200.00.
24 4 acres land; 4 shares water; 5
room house; woodshed; price now
51 2 lots and a fine house of 5
rooms with bath; good cellar; a fine
barn; 3 stalls; place for 8 cords
wood, and room for carriage. Here
is where yeu could have a moot de
sirable borne for the low price of
$2650.00. See this place and get the
54 Modern, 5 room; 2 closets;
extra large pantry; bath, toilet, good
basement, fine large veranda; good
lawn, cement walks, woodhouee. Now
listen; this is of brick and the finest
home in the city $3700100. Here is
where you can get good terms.
10 acres of fruit land with about
5 acres set to- trees 3 and 4 years
old. 1 acre now in potatoes. t
acres in grain; fine house and bam
Let ns show this if you want a tract
, for fruit $280&00
If you want a farm, we have taem.
If you want a house and lot we have
them, or if you want real estate of
anyklnd. We can supply your needs.
La Grande Investment Company
Administrator's Sale of Bal E.statf.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of John H. Dillon, deceased, under and
by virtue of an order of the County
Court of Union County, Oregon, duly
made and entered on Monday the 14th
day of June, 1909, authorizing aad em
powering him so to do, will on and
after the 24th day of Jury, 1909, sell
at private sale for cash to the highest
and best bidder therefor the following
described real estate belonging to
said estate of John H. Dillion,
deceased, to wit: lots 7 & 8 in block
La Grande. Union County, Oregon; lot
5 io block 62 of Chaplin's addition to
the town of La Grande, Union County,
Oregon. The SE of NW&. the E
of ST and SW of NE& of see.. 34
twp. 1 S. R. 40 E. W. M. and NW of
sec. 1 twp. 3 N. R. 39 E. W. M4. in
Union County, Oregon. Also begin
ning at the SE corner' of lot 1 n block
A Loattne; Oregon, running thence
north 100 feet, thence west to the west
line of Bald lot, thence in a southeast
erly direction to the southwest corner
of said lot 1 block A. thence east to
the place of beginning (R. C. Mays to
have the privilege of leaving his wa
ter pipe across said rand) In Wallowa
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, June
E. C. DISQUA.
Administrator of the estate of John
H. Dillion, deeeased. 6-25-2-9-16-23)
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Two Car Loads
Mr. L. II. Farnham, a prominent
druggist cf Spirit Lake, Iowa, says:
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are certainly the best thing
oa the market for constipation. Give
these tablets a trial. Yon are certain
to find them agreeable and pleasant
ii eSect. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. For sa'r by All' Good Dealers.
We have a large amount of old
papers which we must get rid of in
some way. They are goat for under
laying carpets, for covering shelves,
and anything for which waste paper
is used. They are tied fa large pac
kages waiting for you. If you wish
any call at this office.
Just received and now ready for distribution.
Buy a McCormick and you will have
We have a lot of other goods now on
Come and Bee what we have.
DAILY OBSERVER 65c a Mi
1 he Heating and
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he Waterbmy System
For Schools, Churches, Lodge Rooms,and Public Buildini
Does away with window ventilation, which is almost as great an evil as impure air.
Maintains a uniform temperature all over the room.
Eliminates the cold floor problem and the "dreaded hot stove,"
Adds 25 per cent to the seating capacity by removing the plant to the corner.
Great saving in iuel bill. Requires no basement. Always under direct supervision.
No expense to install. Will burn either wood or coal.
Every plant guaranteed to meet the most exacting requirements.
No Experiment, Plant in scucessful operation in Public School of La Grande.
Invented by J. L. Waterbury who for many years taughtin the public schools, after carefully study
the problem and long experimenting devised and patented the system. '
Those seated in the farther corner of the room will be just as warm as those sitting near the'plant
Lan D6 auacnea to any Hue. nvery school district should investigate this system.
IW. SNIDER, figent, LaGrande, Ore.
I Have taught in the various schools of the county for the past'fourteen yps
the knowledge of the improper heating and ventilating conditions caused ma to
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