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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER THURSDAY MAY 5, 1910.
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rTTTrrriZZ! C.n.ua In Cactus Center. , I. . .' ?,".! .,... - TtML0W? -
The New Don't Worries. .1 inn n m. . -1 1 km no www) ;
i i nrtav v & AAiraia fiu rt' nnroir i 1 w . i
Of the Five Acre Tracts
left We are sellmg these
at $1500 per tract with 10
per cent down and balance
at practically your own
Remember these Tracts join City
Limits. Good Soil. Get one of these
Tracts wide tt
Foley Hotel Bid., ' Ii Grande
Canaua In Cactus Centtr.
Down here Jn good old Cactus wo never
.. nave mucn msa
When JJncle Bamuel Aggers he'll cour.i
- the herd of us: ,
We give each census taker a brand book
.. net '
And when he shows his hardware his
works as good as cone.
Of course It sometimes happens that some
An. falla tna TtlCV i
And seeks to dod-e the questions tn low
Anffrt Avn'rv uiaV. , i1, !
But gln'rally It f ollel s one shot "It bring
And make his answer rrompt-uke, tho
, wav.Koort nomorejs uo.
We've planted vo nn Boot hill a, few
Mussed up the brand book record and
' atnnnorl thlncfn niOrt Or leSB. '
But this year's census, takers will work
without a flaw.
Cause nary census dodger can beat 'era
Arthur , Chapman tn Denver Repub-
Luck of Kitchen Meohanlot.'
n-That laundress of ours looks
nrosneroua. .' V ' , i
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"Yea: she savs George roae two wm-
ner on Saturday, his gamecock was
victorious Sunday morning and In the
evening she won the bat at a rame in
their church. Life.
The New Don't Worries.
The dog is In the pantry. t.
The cat Is tn the lake.
The cow is tn the hammock
What difference does It make?
I Joined tne nw .TTC... :'"H,
And now 1 noia my oreain. ,
I'm so scarad for tear I'll worry
That I'm worried most to aeatn.
Cvldanoa of 8elfithnets. V ,
"What a beautiful lawn Mr. Bllgglna
hasr . v;- '4. '.r- .-.
Yes." replied the neighbor. "But
he isn't entitled to much credit lie
keeps turning it merely for tte fun of
waking the neighbors early in tho
morning." Washington Star. '1-
This Here Life.
ThU Vara Ufa la so amaiin.
With the angels takln' notes;
When no Cain we air a-ralsln '
We're a-bollerln' fer oaU! -
Teacher Now. boys, here's a little
exarnplp in mental arithmetic. How
old would a person be who was Dora
in 1875? -v .-.r-i."-.' ' ''.'.'". 'o
Puoll-Piease. teacher, was it a man
or a woman? Gentlewoman.'
: Wellj Weill ' '
"What to your age, my pretty maldr
She was slightly shy. but she made reply.
And she answerea. -aweex imma-
"And where do you Uveii my pretty maid?
In the flat above, i ween.- .
And I saw a wink In her eye. I think,
A a aha hm4 "fliilla alxtaan.'1'
Father is go
ing to run for of
fice." , "On the Demo
cratic ( ticket, I
; "But be used to'
be a Democrat"
, "Yes, but we
moved into Re
We cstn deli
i ttA air A;fViov r.f f Vi AftA machines.
"What a that prima donna , angry
'Oh.' lode well meaning critic said
she sang like a siren. The oniy siren
aha knows anvthlne about la the whis
tle they use on a steamboat" vvasn-
An August bird In February
a rkanamiiar nnrtia in junt. .
Both help to make the diners merry
And aan arooa uvers in tune.
g ,- - -Lappinooivs.
This beautiful 22 horse power
L!- ...ItU iUraa enttti " iKIIK'
maQBIIK mill liiis 'r""'.H7""'.
. . I . L.LI, ma mm
mission ana aeracnewc re
' MnritL G.
30 Horse ; power machine with
- -.e a f . I
Atfacftabc Tonneau lust inc
thing for business and pleasute.
Talhieri M. SHanhpiv
M":&y THE HORSE i
Furnishes evyrything for the Horse.
Harness, baddies ana naps.
We make nothing: but the best When in doubt
buy Of :...V
' I Shannon . , ;
Successor to J. 3. Wagner.
r No Chance.
"Can't you people make up your dif
ferences?" , .. '
"WelL ludite. my wife believes In
Cook, and I believe in feary.
"The divorce la granted." ivanBas
City Journal. ' ,
1 ' ' Good Advice.
Oh, try to tell the truth, so that
Of you 'twill not be saia, :
"Be lied like fury all his life.
Ann now na a ivinar aeaa.-
" The Reason.'- J'
"What slnele trait In common gives
even bis nerve the right to, think of
tii as Ma afflnitv?" ' '
T don't know unless It is Because
she Is dove eyed, wbOe be is pigeon-
toed Baltimore American.
The Maiden's. Dream.
My bonnet spreads over the ocean,
If tumtiat airiraUinH Ovar 1.1 Iff altiSB.
To merely spread over the sidewalk
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Farm. Fruit tnd Improved lands.
The follewlr-g . will attract .the at
tcntion of the home seeker.
80 acres Improved, 68 acre un
der culUvaUon ........... 13,000
103 acres all improved, 1-2
mile from Summerville .... 6,d00
40 acres all lmprovd. 21-2
inlleM from 8nmmervllle 3,003
100 acres Improved, 40 under '..
f . cultlvatloa ........ 400
(0 acres adjoining Summerville
choice fro't or i-lfalfa land,
can be Irrigated. A bargain 1.000
240 acres, well improved, un
der cultivation. Hay, grain
and fruit WOO
160 acres, 80 acres bearing or
chard, 20 acres new orchard,
all applet: 100 acres pas
ture. Terms on application
Choice stomp land, particular
ly adapted to frnlt Industry,
t to 5 miles from Bummer-
vflle. Per acre...... $12.50 to $29.
Timber tnd other property.
tx, C. IIkIESaBT.
Heal Estate Bummervine. Ore.
N. K.. WEST, President
WM. MILLER, Vice President
, T. J., SCROGG1N, CaBhier
H. E. COOLIDGE, Ass't Cashier
United States National Bank
of La Grande .
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
N. K. WEST ;! . J.L. CAV1NESS
WM. MILLER. A. T. HILL.
J. C. HENRY II. E, COOLIDGE '
T. J. ECROGGIN
C. T. BACON
We have just received a quantity
of the BEST QUALITY
Bear in mind that yon will
get the best results wita
Northern Grown Seeds, ad
apted to this climate. We
handle Lilliy's seeds which
are best for the West 1
W aters-StanchiField Produce Co.
FLOUR, FEED, WOOD
1410 Adams Ave,
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nrmfcnqtaWhflt are VOUr ChaTZeSt
Gyp7 Palmlst-m read your nana
fnr 1. .
. Gunbusta Ton ought to do it for 00
cents. , Tve got one finger missing.
" Nawar Toole.
The daffodil la on the bill. -
. mi am rajirtiem
The theme Is trite. Vi rather write
AHiiit tha paAlan.
RaaliraJ tha Danaer.
n Now that we are married, pet
do you love me enough to cook zor
Rhe Enoueh. darllnsl ' I love you
entirely too much tor taat-Bosion
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Yes, for tn these
Shoe -. ; .'
You "f innicky,, fellows will
appreciate the New Spring
Models, They're here, and
you should be, after your size
and style, now. You'll ap
preciate the Florsheim "Nat
tural Shape" lasts.
C. C. Penington
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