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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1910)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1916.
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. , LOOKS GOOD
to the 'Lildren ' when they see
-the delicious bread made from
the North Powder Best of the
Best Patent flour. It is a meal
for the little ones, with butter,
Jam or jelly, that is wholesome
and muscle building. It looks
good also to the housewife when
she sees the golden, brown crisp
and the white bread inside when
It comes from the oven. It also
smells appetizing when made
from Best of Best Flour.
FOB SALE ET ALL GSOCZSS
PENDLETON SHEEP MAX TAKES
OVEB BIG TRACTS .,
St-ven Thousand Acres Purchased
From Grande Ronde Company
Kates to I
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. ACCOUNT .
PORTLAND FAIR AND
LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION
Joe Vey, the Umatilla sheep raiser,
has Just completed a deal whereby he
adds materially . to his sheep range,
and gives' Mr.' Vey 20,000 acies of I'n
lon county land that is his own dttd
ed for him to run his sheep on.
The purchase, was made from the
Grande Ronde Lumber company and
the acres included in the deal num
ber 7,000. All this land makes fine
range for sheep. ' With his hew pos
sessions, Mr. Vey contemplates going
Into the sheep business oh a more ex
tensive scale than ever. '
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WATERWAYS 'CONVENTION ;
along (he route have also accomplish
ed much of value during the twelve
months, and the reports to be present
ed at the convention will be of great
' President Moore declares that the
big project has now reached the cru
cial point. The report of the army en
gineers who surveyed the route will
be presented to Congress this fall.
Whether the Atlantic seaboard shall
remain "bottled up." asserts Repre
sentative Moore, depends now upon
the enthusiasm and influence to be
brought to bear within the net year1.
! Scores of Noted eMn Gather at Atlan-
r tic Waterways Congress. ' "'"
The Oregon Railroad
& Navigation Co.
For the above occasion a round trip rate of
One and One-third Fare
will be made in territory shown below '
From points north of RIparIa In Washington and from all points
In Oregon east of The Dalles, September 6th. From The Dalles and
points west. September 6th and 7th. Final return limit September
For further particulars apply to any O. R. & N. agent
Or Id Wm. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent. ,
Providence, R. I., Aug. 31 An In
land water route from Maine to Flor
ida Is the ambitious project fostereil
by the Atlantic Deeper Waterway Ab
soclatlon, which convened here toJay
in third annual session. Altliiuj?n
President Taft has cancelled his en
gagement to address the conventU.ii;
scores of other noted men are on the
program for addresses. Cong-essman
J, Hampton Moore, of Phllad-lrhii, U
I resident of the association. Colan
der Robert E. Peary, the North Pole
discoverer, has agreed to deliver in
Much money has been spent in fur
therance of the waterways scheme
since the last meeting of the associa
tion. Including a large part of the
8100,000 appropriated for a survey by
.-rmy engineers of routes for canuls
to connect the streams and nay along
he Atlantic coast from Vaj and
Local waterways boards ul cities
.".berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar-
4 Kemedy Is today the best Known med
. '3 use for the relief Ami rnrAnf knwaf
MSFlslnts. It cures griping, diarrhoea,
fcoenterr, and should be taken at the first
unnatural looseness or the bowcla. It is
equally valuable for children and adults. It
always cures. -
We, the undersigned Livery and
Feed Stable proprietors, will, after
.September 1, 1910, charge for ;
Single board, per month ....$20.00
Team board per month . . . .'. 33.00
Feed for' team over night ; . . . 1.50
J. A. McCarthy, St. Louis Livery.
E. B. JOHNSON, City Stables.
M 11 KIRTLEY
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed his final account
as administrator of the estate of Nick
Armoas, deceased, and the county
court of the State of Oregon for Un
ion county, has fixed Tuesday, the.
6th day of September, 1910, at th
court house In La Grande, Union,
county, Oregon, as the time and place
for hearing any objections to said ac
count and the final settlement of the
same. " '
Dated at La Grande,- Oregon, this
4th day of August, 1910. '
JAMES G. SNODGRASS '',
Administrator of the estate of Nick
Daily Aug 6, 13, 20, 27 Sep 3. ,
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FOR COUGHS AND COLDS
I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends erpected that
when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my case incurable,
but thanks be ts God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured mo so completely that I am
all sound and well.-MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind.
Vica 50c and $1.00 ABSQ TfLY GUARANTEED! Trial BbHIi Fm
3 0:.v AND GUARANTEED BY. I C
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Farm near Talocaset
160 acres of land near Telocaset.
Thl sland was farmed for many years.
.Price if taken In near tuture 5 per
Farm near Summerville
80 acres fine fruit land, $60 per ac
cre. If interested call and learn particulars.
Now in Gourse of
Fine modern holise lu every re
spect, plumbed, flue built for fur
nace, large basement cellar. Every
thing first class. Situated on east
Adams avenue, $3,500 on easy terms.
240 acres, large spring on place.
Good wagon road to tract; consider
able can be cultivated. Price $7 per
320 acres, 60 '.liable; good, house,
orchard consisting of 400 trees. Abun
dance of spring water piped into house
and barn, sufficient for the Irrigation
of large garden. Ideal frut and stocA
ranch or dairying. Situated in lower
Cove, about opposite Alicel. One
third down, balance on time.
Home in City
Over two acres splendid two-story
home, large commodious barn and
chicken house; nice large orchard;
water right, situated in North La
We have other bargains ' in fruit
land, several close to La Grande, and
several tracts on the Sandrldge, In
cluding some extra fine property ad
Joining Imbler. If you want any
thing in fruit bearing orchards call.
.. 6 rooms, well plumbed, one block
north' of court house; new, $1800.
Terms. ' '
20-acre tract may be subdivided in
to two ten acre tracts or owner would
Bell separate; 11 acres In orchard,
good house "and barn; other out-buildings;
would trade for city property.
250 acre Farm
70 acres can be put under cultiva
tion, 3 acres in bearing orchard, all
fenced; several springs for irrigation,
spring piped Into house. Fine j5to.k
and fruit ranch, situated two ml'es
, south of La Grande, $S000.00. ?200
Will net 10 per cent
Business property now rentln gfor
$85 per month. Bonded lease for two
years; will Bteadily advance In value.
Price $7,000, , . . '
Sand Ridge Farm
elgh -four acres, splendid land, for
either grain or fruit, $8,500; one mile
from Imbler. At least one-half cash
A Real Home v
80 acr farm one quarter of a mile
from city limits. Good modern house
with furnace, bath, toilet, cement eel-'
lar with living spring. Commercial
orchard of seven acres, Ideal dairy
and poultry farm, $5,000 on easy
House and three lots on Pennsyl
vania avenue, two story, ia splendid
repair. Just repainted and papered
throughout. $2,500, reasdnabe terms
Nice little hom
Grande, easy terms
In North La
on this -place,
i wo-story house and three lots on
North Fir. street desirable property, '
for only $l,40Ck
Twelve acres and nice two-story
houce in South La Grande, $4,00 ;
100 fruit trees and an Ideal place fot
a few cows and poultry. This site is a
commanding view of beautiful Grande
A new seven-room house on East
Adams avenue, roomy basement,
pasterad, well finished throughout,
Three lots on Main avenue, facing
north for $360. .
Three lots on the beautlfo? sightly
hll side, west of La Grande for $i,000.
Desirabel lot and houses in nearly
every portion of the city.
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La Grande, Next Door tp City Offices