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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1910)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER TUESDAY AUGUST 9, 1910-
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I Have a Summer
g Summer should be a recreation time, a time when J
J life is really enjoyed and when : vitality is stored for j
S the more trying seasons. . 5
f ine pleasure oi many peopie is spouea oy neaa- f
9. aches. Travel, outings or exposure to the sun is apt j
? to bring on this affliction. Don't have headaches this j
J summer. Keep a supply of our J
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HOMESTEAD LEAVES RANDALLS j
1IASDS FOB FIRST TIXE.
Present Owner Got Property from Ills
, Father who Got It From State.
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on hand. They stop coming headaches or cure head- f
4 aches that have already arrived. A simple - reliable jj
j rem dy w.'h a record of many years back of them, j
J The remedy you should always have and depend upon. 5
i Price 25 cents
Price 25 cents
Sold by us only
W. W. Randall has sold the Randall
homestead of 160 acres to Doctor C.
H. Upton of this city, through ..e
George H. Currey real estate office.
and the sale marks the passing of one J
of the oldest homesteads In the coun-
ty to hands other than the Randalls.
W. W. RANDALL
Newlin Drug Co.
La Grande, Oregon
YOU'LL HE STRUCK
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If you could see hew some factory
made clothing Is put together The
akimplr.g of materials, the inferior
interllnlngs. B t none of these things
occur In a suit cf our tailoring. That's :
why one suit of ours will outlast two
the wear will prove It.
C W. BAKER.
Functions of the Eye
is necessary to fit spectacles as they
. should be fitted
fitted by simply trying glass after
glass until one is found that gives good
vision, areapt to PROVE INJURIOUS
. There are no haphazard methods in my
tests and your eyes are safe in my hands
After farming for twenty-four
years, Is able to retire and live in La
Grande. His "160" is . one of the
choice farms of the valley.
Ucated next door to Post Otitce
AJmi be depended upon" is tn expression
w all like to bear, and when it b used in
connection with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy it mean tV '
never fails to care diarrhoea, dysent'.
bowel complainlg. It is pleasant to ta!
iially Tsluable for children and U.
of the factory made. Order one and i w- w- Randalls father got the.lanl
from the state and recent owner,
W. Randall, farmed It for twenty-four
Crop s Splendid One.
The crop which goes with the place
Is a fine one. Shocks of grain crowd
each other in pleasing uniformity ov
er the entire field. The place is loca
ted near - the river and has always
been one of the feature wheat farms
of the valley.
Hfhy pay Rent? Wetoan you
money to build, and you
pay us as you would rent. !
I. R. OLIVER.
Randall to Quit Farming.
Except for. the fall threshing per
iod, Mr. Randall Is to retire from all
things farming. He is living in La
Grande and has accumulated enough
from bis "160" to be able to retire, the
same as many other farmers are do
ing. The price' paid for the land Indicates
owner of land made purchase today
Its value. Nine thousand six hundred
was the price. Mr. Upton, the new
following his whole-hearted conver
sion to the altruism that Grande
Ronde soil is excellent security.
"Loot here. VVilklns." said a doctor
to his boy In buttons, whom be bad
occasion to reprimand. "1 cau't stand
any more of this nonsense. You'll have
to turn over a .fresh leaf."
"All right, sir." was the witty re
sponse; "you shan't complain of me
again, sir. I'll be an entirely new
page." London Opinioo.
Many years ago a new clergyman
was taking Sunday duty in - a remote
hamlet among the, Yorkshire wolds.
After morning service the old clerk
came up to him and observed: "So yej
calls them 'Sauums,' do ye? Noo, wet
never knew what to make o' that 'ere'
P. We alius calls 'em 'Spasms. H j
London Scraps. ' .
All on One Sid.
"I am told your bride Is very pret
ty," said Miss Peppery.
"Yes. indeed T replied Mr. Con Seet.
"Several of the guests at tbe ceremony
were pleased to call It a 'wedding of
beauty and brains.'
"Weil. wVll! She must be a remark
able 'womao! That's an unusual com
bination in one person."
Grit is the grain of character. It may
generally be described as heroism ma
terializedspirit and will thrust lnto
heart, brain and backbone, so aa to
form part of tbe physical substance of t
Ladd Park, which is located is tbt center of Laurelhurst, la to be im.
proved at once, and -when the proposed Improvement have bet nade it
will be the most magnificent public park In Portland. These Improve
ment! Include the creation of extensive botanical gardens, an enlarge
ment of tbe present natural lake now there, and scenic driveways and
Residence property fronting on or convenient to a public park Is al
ways in demand and brings high valu es. Tbe boulevards' of Laurelhurst
have been made to conform to the proposed driveways of the park. As soon
as the Improvements in Ladd Park ar e completed, then prices in Laurel
hurst lots will advance tnother notch or two.
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. , The Addition with Qiaiacter :
Laurelhurst is a good place to Invest money in.
BECAUSE.. The titles are perfect. A warranty deed with full covenant and a certified abstract of title will be given to each purchaser.
BECAUSE The prices are low. This is nearly always the case In placing a new addition on the market. The prices are made very, low to get
people Interested. The value of all the property Increases as new homes are built, and those -who buy early share In the Increased
value, because they help to make it
BECAUSE The population of Portland Is growing at the rate of 30,000 year, and all of these people must have homes. The building statistics
for the past 21 months show that Dl per cent of the permits granted for residences have been Issued for home on the East side. To
) ' day 73 per cent of the people in Portland live on the East side, and 27 per cent on the West side.
" Does this mean anything?
It means wonderful advances In east side prices In general, and Laurelhurst in particular, because Laurelhurst prices are now Just
about one-half of the real values. '
BECAUSE It surrounds the new city park that Is to be Improved at once and made one of the great scenic attractions of Portland, adding value
to all adjacent property.
BECAUSE Tbe lots now selling at an average price of $1150 each will be worth double that amount In one year.
BECAUSE We ara offering Special Inducements to thOBe who commence building this year.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOKS
Chaa. K. Henry, president Chaa. K. Henry Co., Portland; owner Henry Bio...
frank F, Mead, president Seaboard Sec Co. Seattle.
Tanl a Murphy, director Bankert Tmst Co., Tacoma; V. P. Laorelnnrst
B. Llnthlcum. secretary Williams, Wood A Linthlcum. Portland.
James B. Meikle, former secretary Seattle Chamber of Commerce.
Edw. Cooklngham. vice-president and manager Ladd Ttlton Bant.
L. A. Lewis, manager Allen ft Lewis, wnoieeate grocers, roruaao.
V. R. Burke, of the Royal Insurant Co.
Chaa. K. Williams, manager Morris Bros., bonds.
Henry Fries, of Wakefield, Fries ft Co, real estate.
Robert H. Strong, manager of Corbett Estate.
George J. Dekum, of Chas. K. Henry Co., real estate.