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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1910)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1010.
... The ' Addition will . Character
Laurelhurst Values will Advance
to'ylOO per cent within a Year.
Present prices are BO per cent too low in comparison with what Is be
- ing asked (or lots in other sections of Portland not so well Improved, or
;.; restricted and much farther out from town. Laurelhurst Is close la and
v " is served Djr lour uiucicul vi Jt-Ci. ' " " ' ' , . ",.w
. Investigate this property. Get acquainted with our,' terms and prices.
' Call on our representative in your city and he will be glad to give you
fturther Information on this property. :
' OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Chas. K. Henry, president Chas. K. Henry Co., Portland; owner Henry Bld..
, Frank P. Mead, president Seaboard Sec. Co., Seattle. . ,
Taul C. Murphy, director Bankers Trust Co., Tacoma; V. P. Laumhurst
- ii. B. Linthlcum, secretary Williams, Vood ft Linthlcum, Portland. ,
James B. Meikle, former secretary Seattle Chamber of Commerce.
Edw. Cookingham, vice-president and manager Ladd & Tilton B&nL. v
L. A. Lewis, manager Allen & Lewis, wholesale grocers, Portland.
H. R. Burke, of the Royal Insurance Co. "
Chas. K. Williams, manager Morris Bros., bonds.
; Henry Fries, of Wakefield, Fries ft Co., real estate, . :.. ,
Robert H. Strong, manager of Corbett Estate. , ;u -
. George J. Dekum, of Chas. K. Henry Co., real estate. " ' : ,
....A handsomely Illustrated booklet on Portland, hi
two colors an official mi of th entire city and a
booklet on Thirty Eeasons Why" lie careful Investor
Is more safeguarded by an Investment in Laurelhurst ,
than In any other residence district of Portland.
LAURELHURST CO., 522 Corbett Bldg
k . Portland, Oregon.
Kindly send me by return mail the above
' described literature on Laurelhurst.
Town . ............. . ..... ...........
Ambition Is ridiculous unless it iisui
energy and stlck-to-lt-lveness behind It.
As a general thing the calm, placid,
don't worry people bave a pretty clear
Idea that somebody else is looking out
for the things that will make them
comfortable. ' '
The only thing In which a genius dif
fers from any. one else is in tbo fact
that he gets there.
The person who makes a delightful
Impression is sometime found to have
been beautifully unhampered by hard
faCtg. v V,;:. .'.' -
. It is easy enough to criticise, but the
man who draws a salary for it Is a
near genius. - ;;..
A man's Idea of a good name is one
' that is recognized at the bank.
' Some men are too busy to shake
bands with good fortune , when she
tomes strolling along.
-A man gets to be mighty unpopular
if he 1s unwise enough to be too sua
cessfuL ' " ,'. ..;
WILL SUCCEED STATE MANAGES
0. E. HARPER.
Well Known Creamery Han of this
City Employed at Pendleton .
WESTERN UNION IN THE NEWS
Western Union General Manager Ex
, plains Recent Order
$New Lot 2
f V I ICIIIIUIII 9
i Sugar j
3 W. Bush, former manager of the
Blue Mountain Creamery of this city,
has been offered the management of
the Pendleton " creamery,1 following
the fatal accident to O. E. Harper.
The Pendleton East Oregonlan says:
", W. Harper, brother, of th9 late
O. E. Harper, former manage. of the
Pendleton creamery announces that
henceforth the manageme.-l of the
local business will be by J W. Bush,
who is now. at La Grande Mr. Bush
is a rractlcal creameryman and was
formerly president of th'j Blue Moun
tain creamery company of which ihe
I't ndleton plant was orlniually a
Wit I. In the opinion of A ; W. Ilarpar
h is P very competent map and wi2
make '. success of the locV busiaf s.
T..(s Tridletin business '3 tc . ie con
t'Tii.ed at the present iocptloi
along the same lines - followed by Mr.
Harper. A. W. Harper is cashier of
the Minneapolis State Bank of Min
neapolis and has been here to at
tend his brother's funeral and to as
sist in caring for his estate. . ,v
iand Bacon Iiist in
f CITY GROCERY f
i an ifPriv i
Waiting For the Not.
An English churchman tells the fol
lowing: "At one of our cathedrals the minor
canon was ill and could not sing. A
suffragan bishop bad a good voice and
volunteered to sing the litany. 'Go,' be
said to the verger, 'and tell the organ
ist that 1 will sing the litany and ask
him to give me the reciting note.
Please, sir.' said the verger to .the
organist, 'the bishop 'as Bent me to you
to say he will sing the litany.' 'All
right.' said the organist Seeing the
verger remain, he said, 'You need not
stay.' 'Please, sir. the bishop asked
me to to ask you if you would give him
a something I didn't quite catch
note.' You mean the reciting note.'
That's It. sir; that's If Seeing the
verger still remaining, he said. 'You
need not stay. To wblcb the verger
said. 'Please, sir. shall 1 take It to bis
lordshipf. ;, k
General - Manager ; Brooko of the
Western Union has explained, through
news dispatches, why the Western
Union will not furnish bj'let'na (f
the ccming prize fight. A news dls
ralch says: ' .
"Tne Western Union company will
confine Itself to the handling of such
messages as may be filed for trans
portation In the ordinary manner at
Reno by press associations, by news
papers and by individuals.
"Explaining the company's attitude
Mr. Brooks issued this statement to
night? v y'-,.
"The Western Union Telegraph Co.
is not in the business or gathering
news. That is a function of press as
sociations and newspapers." :
"The regular transcontinental wires
normally passing .through Reno will
be cut at that point. By ' so doln g
messages can be sent simultaneously
both east and west, thus bringing in
to service all transcontinental routes"
the alley between Adams Avenue and
Jefferson Avenue from Willow Street
to Spruce Street, , the alley between
Adams Avenue and Jefferson Avenue
from Spruce Street to Oak Street on
Jefferson Avenue; Fourth Street from
Lot 1, In Block 3, to Lot 5 In Block 3,
in Grandy's Addition; Third St from
Washington Avenue to Grandy Ave-'
nue; Second Street from Pennsylva
nia Avenue to Palmer Avenue; First
Street from Spring Avenue to Palmer
Avenue; Oak Street from Main Ave
nue to, Jefferson Avenue, as District
No. 1, and In pursuance of a resolu
tion adopted by said Common' Council
on the 8th day of June, 1910, whereby
said Council determined and declared
Its Intention to improve all that por-
tioln of said District No. 2, as herein
after described by constructing sew
ers therein, the council will, ten days
after the service of this notice upon
the owners of the property affected
and benefited by such Improvement, 1
order that said described improvement ;
be made; that the boundaries of said;
district to be so improved are as fol
lows:, The alley between Adams Ave
nue and Jefferson Ave. from Willow
Street to Spruce Street, said last men
tioned alley from Spruce Street , to
Oak Street on Jefferson Avenue;
Fourth Street from Lot 1, In Block 3,
to Lot 5 in Block 3 in Grandy's Addi
tion. .Third Street from Washington
Avenue . to , Grandy Avenue, , Second
Street from Pennsylvania Avenue to
Palmer Avenue, First Street from
Spring Avenue to Palmer Avenue,
Cedar Street from Main Avenue to
Palmer Avenue, Oak Street from Main
Avenue to Jefferson Avenue. , ; '
Notice is hereby further given that
the Council will levy a special assess
ment on all the property affected and
benefited by such Improvement for the
purpose Of paying for such improve
ment. That the estimated cost of
such improvement Is the sum of
That the Council will on the 13th day
of July, 1910, meet at the Council
chamber, at the hour of 8 o'clock,
P. M., to consider said estimated cost,
and the levy of said assessment, when
a hearing will be granted to any per
son feeling aggrieved by such assess
ment , 1 ' v
, La Grande, Oregon, June 22, 1910.
CITY COUNCIL OF ; LA GRANDE,
By D. E. COX,: Recorder of the City
of La Grande, Oregon. ,
The annual stockholders meeting of
the Lucky . Gold and Copper Mining
company will be held in Forsstrom
Hall, North Powder, Oregon, on Mon
day, July eleventh, 1910, at 2' p. m.
: C. H. LAW, M. D. Pres.
.'Attest: L. L. LAW Secretary. '
Don't waste your money baring piaster
when you can get a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment for twenty -five cents. A piece of
flannel dampened with this liniment is supe
rior to any plaster for lame btck, pains in
the side and chest, and much ckeaier.
Notice of Street Improvement
To Whom It May Concern : ;
I Notice is hereby given that In pur
suance of a resolution adopted by the
Common Council of the City of La
Grande,. Oregon, on the 8th day of
June, 1910, creating Improvement Dis
trict No. 1, 2 and 3 and designating
couGiis EC I 0) IF O IE S coujs
FOR COUGHS ARID COLDS
; .;vv ;r PREVErrrs ; , pnEunofim ;:; v 'f ; :;:
I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that
when X left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my caso incurable, '
but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me so completely that I am ;
all sound and well. MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind.
Vice 50c and II OQ ABSgFLY GOARArJTEEDl Trial Bcttls Fr:J.
1 tOld AiiO GUARANTEED BY rTY;.", ,. , , , ,