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LA GRAND&EVENING OBSERVER FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
land Office at La Grande, Oregon,
; Iprfl 27th, 1910.
Notice la hereby siren that amsu
T, Alton, formerly, Annie F. Parker,
of Starkey. Oregon, who on February
27th, 1909, made homestead entry No.
05904, for NE 1-4 SE 1-4, Sec, 11,
N 1-2 SW 1-4, and SB 1-4 SW 1-4.
Section 12, Township 4 South, Range
35 East Willamette Meridian, has fil
ed notice of Intention to make fin J
Commutation Proof, to establiao
ciaim 10 me iana aDove aescnoea,
before the Register and Receiver of
the U. S. Land Office, at La Grande
Oregon, on the 23d day of June, 191 f
- Claimant names as witnesses i
'Merrltt Coombs, William Briggs,
Andrew J. Sullivan, James Brady, all
oi Starkey, Oregon.
MANY DETAILS OF
CHAUTAUQUA COMMITTEE HOLDS
SESSION LAST SIGHT.
Tlce President Appointed for all the
Do You Want
that will pay for
A Five Acre bearing Fruit
Farm 1 miles from La
Grande postoffice,.in May
Park, with 4 room house,
pantry and closet, good cel
lar, barn and fruit house, 2
chicken houses, windmill,
with water piped from tank
to barn and chicken lots, all
in splendid condition.
TERMS 10 SUll
' You Can Do Better
Fruits and Vegetables
and Bakery Goods
We always have a fresh
Many important matters were
transacted at the meeting of the Chau
tauque executive committee last eve
ning, with President Rinehart in the
chair. While but a few new matters
were taken up, many pieces of unfin
ished business were given final at
tention. E. D. Selders was awarded the ice
Negotiations were commenced to
have experienced caterers only serve
meals on the grounds.
Arrangements for the organteatlon
of domestic economy classes were
completed. The classes will be ar
ranged during the Chautauqua,
Prof.. A. B. Cordley was posiUvely
secured to lecture on pests In or
chard and how to fight them. The
lectures will occur dally. ,
A round table will be established
and at o'clock every day the people of
La Grande will be asked to express
their views and offer suggestions on
j the manner of that day's events, and
other matters that may be suggested.
A. W. Nelson was appointed chair
man of a committee to handle the
sports on the morning of July 4th.
One of the most important things
transacted was the appointment of
honorary vice presidents in Eastern
Oregon towns. They follow:
Pendleton, Mrs. Stephen A. Lowell;
Baker City, Mrs. Thomas C. Burke;
Union, Robert Withy combe; Cove,
Judd Geer; Island City, Mrs. E. E.
Kiddle; Imbler, Walter Strlngham;
Allcel, L. L. MeKennon; Summervllle,
Mrs. P. S. Robinson; Medical Springs,
Hon. Dunham Wright; Elgin, E. G.
Bailey; Wallowa, Mrs. A. E. Holmes;
Hot Lake, Doctor W. T. Phy; Enter
prise, Mrs. H. C. P. Moore; Lostlne,
Mrs. Fltzpatrlck; Joseph, Mrs. Wil
mer McCully. . . i
bidB until 11:00 o'clock a. m. August
1, 1310, for the following described
school lands, to-wit:
S 1-2 and S 1-2 of N 1-2 of Sec
tion 1. T. 6 S. R, 34 E.
a regularly executed application . to
purchase and at least one-fifth of
the amount offered. ; ,
No bids for leBs- than $15.00 per
acre will be considered.
The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
Applications and bids Bhould be ad
dressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State
Land Board. Salem, Oregon, and mark
ed, "Apllcatlon and bid to purchase
O. G. BROWN,
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and every day a clean Boiler
Towel, for $1.0.0 a month. ; ;
Phone us about it.
Cherry's New Laundry
f'Best by Test"
We will sell you the Earth
and loan you the money f o
The Real Estate Man.
Gomplete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires. -
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. F " ZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
1 am prepared to furnish Dry Chain Wood, al
so partly seasoned wood, to all comers. Kind
ly phone your order to
1 B E I Af
PHONE RED 3741
M in iiiii
Two things only are needed:
A little courage and a little
SOTICE FOR PUBL1CATI0S-1S0.
rublic Land Sale. Department of Ike
Iaterior. S. Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, May 2d, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given tliat, aa di
rected by the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, under pfovls-
Ions of Act of Congress approved
June 27. 1906 (34 Stats, 517), we will
offer at public sale, to the highest
bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on 'the
7th day of July, 1910, at this office,
the following described land: 1
The NE 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 33, T. 3 3.,
R. 35 E. W. M... Serial No.' 0CB12. I
Any persons claiming adversely' the
above described land are' advised to
file their claims, or objections, on
or before the time designated for Bale.
F.1 C. BRAMWELL, Register.
COLON R, EBERHARD, Receiver. !
Xotfce cf Sale of State Lands.
Notice Is hereby riven that th
late Lan d TJosrd will receive sealed
Confidence counts for as much as cash. A co- operative company enlisting the capital of a
number of small investors may effect as much as any millionaire. Good ground is an essen
tial. Intelligent selectioin of a site f or drilling, and honest management of the company's
affairs will give a fair chance for success." 1 1 doesn't take but a few thousand dollars to
put down a well, and a few hundred dollars s ubscribed by each of ten men is adepuate cap
ital, although not one of the ten perhaps could afford to spare enough singly to buy the rig
and bore the hole. -r 1 ''
Once a well is struck, vou have an income pro ducer. ANY WELL WHICH WILL PRO
DUCE 100 BARRELS A DAY IS WORTH $ 100,000.
. You can figure that out for yourself. With oil at a dollar a barrel, a hundred-barrel well
earns $10Q a day, or $36,500 a year. Allowing for the payment in royalty of one-eighth of
the product, there remains over $30,000. Tli at will pay for all operating and office ex
penses, labor, cartage, tankage, and transpor tation, and still leave a net income of more
than 10 per cent (more likely 15 per cent) o n the valuation of $100,000.
You want to be one of those who are going to sink these oil wells. All right, send in your
Caiforrfa "National ttudt 0(1 Co.
I. W.'Hellman Bldfr, Los Angeles, Gal.
Kindly issue me. . . ..... . . ...shares of
the Treasury. Stock above corporation
Enclosed find $. . . . .payment same
CAL. NUTIBIHL CRUDE OIL CO.
. W. HELLMAN BUILDING,
, W CafffornaVafonal Crude Oil Co.
I. W. Hellman Bldg., Los Aageles, Gal.
Kindly issue me shares of
the "Treasury Stock above corporation
Enclosed find $.. .. .payment same
Name . . ... ; . .... . . ... .... ...