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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1910)
LA fircAXDE EIVENDIQ OE3ERVE3 FRIDAY, SEPTEHBEH 30, 1D10.
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We solicit your orders for Shingles, Rubbtroid RooVng
Deadening Felt, Building Paper.
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material, .
N -f promptly.. Phone Main 8. '
LA CRAM)E BUSINESS MEN HIGH
LY PLEASED WITH VISIT.
. I have no land of my own to offer. I sell strictly on percentage. Both owner and buyer recede the
same fair treatment. I mean that yonr property Is offered at exactly the price yon place on It We In
Tile yonr consideration of the following listings.
Four room house, two lots, good cellar, 1414 Z avenue. Thia place has been listed for soma time at '
$1100. A special price, If sold during the next ten days, at $950. $500 cash, time on balance.
Two story house, with barn, lot 55x90. one door north of M. E. church. South; $1400, $600 cash, bal
.., ance on easy terms. -. :
Seven room house, situated west end of Pennsylvania avenue, plastered stone foundation, city water In
house; price $1,000. Why pay rent? Terms $100 down, balance $15 per month.: v . y " ,
Fine large home In North La Grande, two blocks, splendid house, barn and out buildings. Fine or
ard; an Ideal home with ample room for garden, poultry, cow and horse. This Is an exceptional fine
offer. Price $4,000. - .' - ,
- Nice new home, two lots In West La Grande; price $2,000. ' ' ' ; '
A well built "house on Main Avenue, facing North; close in; price, $2,500. 0"e-half cash, balance on
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Four room house on Monroe Avenue; nice barn and extra well built poultry house. Three lota,. four
room house with cellar, city water. : All la seed condition, $1400, easy terms. . ;.:
House and two lota In Block 1, Grandy's addition, for $1100.. Three lots In same block at $900. ' This i;
; Is desirable property. ; " :': . y: .'; ' ' ' .
A new seven-room house on East Adams avenue, roomy basement, plastered, - well. flnJahed throughout,
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12 room house,, barn, 8 acre s of land, 100 fruit trees, barn, sprlns, well and city water. Sightly new;
alee home In South La Grande. . ' . "'
' "Large 10-room house with entire block of ground.' Here Is chance for Investment; five houses can be built
on this property. AIL close to the high school building. ' Good barn on place, price $3500.
Five room house, modern plumbing, lot 60x110, near courthouse, beautiful location, $1800; $800 cash,
balance two yeara. . '. . J'.' JlZ 's. 'i ' -:
Seven room house on Adam a avenue; well built plastered, basement, desirable location, $2500. $500
cash, balance on easy terms." . . ', y ;..' ,-:K;1 . -. " .. y .
,'- Four room house, near .big brick school house, north of track, $1100. v . ;
Plastered house In North La Grande, entire block, $4,000 on easy terms. .
Nice home in North La Grande, fruit, barn, accessible to new R. R. shops $1700.
I have a6me splendid buys in town lota In all portions of the city. Very good lots for $100. 8ome.
extra choice locations at $300 to $750. ''-....''- , m
Fine Stock Ranch -
. 2600 hundred acres near La Grande, 300 acres of meadow land, from which 400 to 600 tons of, hays
can be cut annually. Well watered; reasonable terms. ' ; ;
Near La Gorande . ; '
Fine foothill farm four miles from La Grande, 800 acres, well improved, $16,000, terms. , : ,sj
160 acres well improved All good land, 70 acres of summer fallow seeded, one. half mile to nlne;
months' school, less, than one mile to depot. This Is a snap, $92 per acre. Terms. . i
160 acres near good-school and depot adjoining place Good roads all the way to La Grande, 6 miles.
;:;' : Fruit Farm
20 acres commercial orchard In Fruitdale, trees 8 years old. well cared for and In splendid conditions
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Ten-acre Fruit Farm 1
Situated near school house In Fruitdale, trees 12 yeara old, crop estimated between 2,000 and 8,000,
boxes; $6,500, good terms or will exchange for city property.-. " ? K
80 acrea one quarter mile from the city, modern house, fine cellar with spring; five acroa of fine or
chard, crop goes with place if taken at once. Fine dairy, fruit and poultry farm, $5,000. ' -
32p acre farm, 300 acres summer fallowed seeded to grain, water right sit mUes east of La
Grande, $52 per acre. Investigate this. ' ..
Look This Up :!
500 acres of land eight miles east of La Grande, well improved, fine stock, alfalfa and jralnranch.
$50 per acre. . .. ' '
Mt. Glenn Farm " a
80 acres.-all good land, 5 acres in orchard, large barn, several springs near school, rural delivery:
Farm produced 40 bushels of wheat to the acre last year. $8,000. very reasonable terms. ;
50-acre Fruit Farm
. 'y Situated near Summerville. will trade for. city property or will sell on very easy terms.;
y-yv:':" , Fine Farm .':::. , .;.
; 760 acres-eight miles from' La Grande.: Last Vear thlsand produced 129 bushels of oaU to the acre;
Well Improved, $65 per acre. Terms. "' 6 ,;: . . ,7
; ; ; In Lower .Cove '
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320 acrea. 60 cultlvatable. 400 line iron irees, imv t"6.
vy;yysr . . ; Grazing
24fl acres, well watered In lower Cove, $7 per,acre,
Splendid fruit land, large meadow, Several 'acres V alfalfa, three miles south of La Grande. $8,000.
80 acres south' of La Grande, $800, one-half cash.
Program of Much Interest Beln? Car
rled on There This Week.
La Grande's business men are
home from Enterprise, where they
vara InvolT v ant Asrf a tn Arl a v
by the citizens of Enterprise and Wal-1 'VlVVtAV
Iowa county. They report a splendid fA . ... '' . - j- . 0
f. samson Vdinamtiis, uemig rumps mcnarason ana tsoyn- ?
.jAil ii ESTAET
fair to be In progress at the Wallowa
metropolis and have nothing but
praise for the exhibits and general
management. The program being car
ried out there this week follows: ,
Forenoon Stock sales.
Free Exhibitions. ,
Afternoon Four horse team, hitch
ing contest for $35 prize.
Boys furrow plowing contest
Single driver contest v
First day of Big Relay Race.
Harness horse race.
Lecture by an O. A. C professor. '
THITOSn AY UNION COUNT! DAY.
' Forenoon Stock Sales. ".'"'.'",
Afternoon Packing contest
, Baking contest by girls.
Driving team contest. 1
' Second day of relay race.5
Three-eights mile dash.
Free exhibition. : ;
Lecture by an O. A C. professor.
ton Hot Ar Plants.
Fittings, Bath Room Fixtures and all kinds of p
Plumbers, Heaters and Sheet Metal Workers.
FtDGE and BEACH LINE I
J ' with same amount of iuv they will produce more'heai A
OIL STOVEt? that are positively guaranteed, ; v p
FRIDAY CANDIDATES DAY.
Conclusion of relay race.
One-half mllo free for all. '
Speeches by candidates. r ,
a. & a. co.
SATURDAY SCHOOL DAY. ;
Forenoon Stock Sales.
Afternoon Singing contest
Girls riding contest
.' Football game, Wallowa county and
La Grande High school.
Horse races. . .. . -
IA OR ANDES LEADING JEWELER
Notice to Creditors. AY
Notice Is hereby arlven that the tin- V
derslgned has been appointed by the V
County Court of Union County, Ore
gon, and by the last will and testa
ment of John H. Post, the executor of
the estate of said John H. Post, de- A
ceased, and that all persons wno nave a
claims against said estate must pre- A
sent the same, properly verified and
with proper vouchers, to me at my
home in La Grande, or to my attorney,
Turner Oliver, at his office In La
Granda. within six months from this
date. Dated at La Grande, Oregon,
September 23d, 1910.
HENRY P. LEWIS, Executor.
Sept 23-30 Oct 7, 14, 21
. Wnen in neea oi anyining in waicnes, ciocks, jeweiry, . a
cut glass, band pain ted China, or any other article carried ? X
by a flrBt class Jewelry store, investigate our prices before
buying and you will s ave money, and be sure of securing "
first quality goods. - . .' '
If your eyes tro . ubleou, have them fitted by an optl- O
' clan of experience.""' ''' .j. O,
. Opposite the U. S.Land Office, Adams Ait '..'!.
The Risky Business..
Et you took ol' Elijah fer what you ad
An' you went to 'heaven In a chariot ol
Don't you think you would burn up on de
Ef you took ol' Job Wen de trouble win
Wen Satan come ter eee him fer ter
Don't you think that ter dl tune you'd
be ecratcmn' on ae wan
SPORTSMAN and TELEPHONE
"I'll never offer any more friendly
advice." y y y "
"Wouldn't be listen to youl"
"He listened to me carefully and I
then struck me for $2. Of course I
had to couch up."--Louisville Cowrler-
Journal. -; :- - ;
He showed me bultdlnss that were tall,
He showed me acres that were wide.
He told me that he owned tnem an
. And many other thing's beside. ' .
He pointed out a fine steam yacht
A touring car he showed me too.
Ha waa not handsome, but 1 thought :
. He might be strong and brave and true, i
II Fill! Jr?
The Deft Hand. ,
The Wldow-Oh. Mr. Smith, you'll
never make me believe that!
The Candldate-1 said 1 had never
loved a woman till now. Not that no
woman ever loved me, 'cause I would
not say anything so stupid as that
Town and Country. .
EVERY TIME a man wants to. get away from all
connection with the busy world,5 the telephone is an
important helper. v . t , ' , .
The local service is useful in arranging his affairs
at home, and the Long Distance service of the Bell
System helps him to decide where to go and what to
take. nw- i '.' ..,'.' ". -i. i - ,
By means of his Bell telephone he can find out
whether the fish are biting or the birds are flying,
and whether guides or horses can be secured.
After he has been out a while if he wants to get
word from the '.city,' the nearest Eell telephone is a
friend in need, -..s .
Pacific Telephone and
Every Bell Telephone is theCentre
of the ystem.
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