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L3. GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER. "WEDNESDAY, OpTOBER 26, 1910.
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I hate no land of my own to offer. I sell strictly on percentage. Cotli owner and buyer recede the
game fair treatment. I mean that your property Is offered at exactly the price you place on It We fa--Tlte
yonr consideration of the following llstlnn.
Four room house, two lota, good cellar, 1414 Z avenue. This place has been listed for soma time at
11100. A special price, If sold during the nexl ten daysTat $950. $500 cash, time on balance.
Two story house, with barn, lot 65x90. one door north of M. E. church, South; $1400, $600 cash, bal
ance on easy terms.
Seven room house, suted west eni of Pennsylvania avenue, plastered atone foundation, city water in
house; price $1,000. . Why pay rent? Terms $100 down, balance $15 per month.
Fine large home in North I Grande, two blocks, splendid house, 4arn . and out buildings. Fine or
ard; an ideal home with ample room for garden, poultr, cow and horse. This Is an exceptional fine
offer. Trice $4,000. .
Nice new home, two lots iu 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
time. ,:' ' ' 1 ' .
v wmvi uw mutt uu villi weu ouiu poultry &0UI6.
room house wltn cellar, city water
xnree lots, tour
All in good condition. $1400, easy terms.
House and two lota in Block 1 Grandy's addition, for $1100. Three lota In game block at $900. This
la desirable property. ' .
a. new aeven-room house on East Adams avenue, roomy basement plastered, welf finished throughout,
$2.boo. , , - . y. -;
. 12 room house, barn, 8 aero a of land, 100 fruit trees, barn, spring, well and city water. Sightly view;
nice home In South La Grande, 4 " ' , s ;
Large 10-room house with entire block of ground. Here Is chance for Investment; five houses can be built
on this property. All close to the high school building.- Good barn on piace, price $3500.
.., , F town .house, modern plumbing, 1060x110, near court house j, beautiful location, $1800; $800 cash,
balance two years, v , ' ' '
Seven room house on Adams avenue; well built plastered, basem ent, .' desirable location, $2500. $500
cash, balance on easy terms. ' .!
Four room house, near big brick school house, north of track, $1100.
Plastered house lo North La Grande, entire block, $4,000 on easy terms. . ' -
Nice home in North La Grande, fruit, barn, accessible to new It It shops $1700.
X have some splendid buys, in town lots in all portions of the city.' Very good lots lor $100. 8ome
extra choice locations at $300 to $750. ".V
Fine Stock Ranch
2600 bundled acreajnear La Grande, 300 acres of meadow land, from which 400 to 600 tons of hay
Big Iaterscholastic Will be Held at
State rnlverslty Sext Spring.
Preparations are well under wa;
for. the most elaborate Interschojas'lr
track and field meet ever held In Ore
gon. It is to be pulled off on Klncald
Field next spring 'under the manage
ment of the University of Oregon,
states the Oregon Emerald. The track
will be widened to take eight hurdles
around the 2.20 turn, and ten on the
straightaway. This will eliminate the
necessity of running heata snd' will
make a faster meet, for the prep
school sprinters will be compelled to
run but one race. The grading and
banking of the track will begin as soon
as practicable. . ' . -x
Medals, cups and trophies have been
ordered, and will be the most valu
able collection of prizes ever' offered
to prep school alhletes. The gold, sil
ver and bronze medals will bear the
figure of an athlete in relief in the
center, and "University of Oregon In
terscholastlc Track Meet" ensrravot'
around the outside. Upon the back will
be the name of the event and the
winner.. , ; -
A large silver cub will be awarded
to the winning , team. The . fleetest
relav tnm will l rwv !
cup, ', and each member will receive
an individual medal. The highest in
dividual point winner wll receive a
special medal n addtlon to the medals
recelrad a special medal in addition
to the medals received in the different
The visiting athleates will be quar
tered at the fraternity and club houses
and it goes without saying that they
will b well cared for, . , , ; '
This meet Is to be conducted in ac
cordance with the system used in the
large Eastern interscholastlc meets
and Bill Hayward also, has ideas of
his own as to how the meet should be
run. The officials, for the most part,
will be selected from the .'Portland
interscholastlc Athletic association, i
W -ULi U ii
Ve take 'special care that the
SHOES we cell are properly
Once a Customer, Always a Customer
SMITH & GREEN
Shoemen L . Depot Street
can be cut annually. Well watered; reasonable terms.
( 7v NearLa Grande
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Fine foothill farm four rifles from La Grande, 800 acres, well Improved, $16,000, tenr
160 acres well Improved. All good land, 70 acres of summer fallow seeded, one
months school, less than one mile to depot This Is a snap, $92 per acre. Terms.
halt mile , to nine
: Sandridge Farm 7 ,
160 ucres near good school and depot adjoining place. Good roads all th way to La Grande, 6 miles.
20 acres commercial orchard in Fruitdale, trees 8 years old, well cared1 for and in splendid condition, s
$7,600. , - t; 4" ' , " " ' .
Situated near school house in Fruitdale, trees 12 years old, crop estimated between 2,000 and 3,000
boxes; ' $6,600, good terms or will exchange for city property.' '
- T. 80 acres one quarter mile from the city, modern house, fine cellar with spring; five, acres of fine or-'
chard, crop goes with place If taken at once." Fine dairy, fruit and poultry farm, $5,000. v
Here is a Snap
320 acre farm, 300 acres summer fallow and seeded to grain, water right six miles east of La
Grande, $52 per acre. Investigate this. ,,
, Look Jhis Up .
500 acres of land eight, miles east of La Granle, well Improved, fine stock, alfalfa and grain ranch, i
$50 per acre. .. '
( Mt. GlennFarm J
80 acres, all good land, 6 aeries in orchard, large barn, several springs near school, -rural delivery.
Tarm produced 40 bushels of wheat to the acre last year. $8,000, very reasonable terms. ';
50-acre Fruit Farm
Situated near Summervllle, will trade for city property or will sell on very easy terms. ',
Fine Farm '
Last year this land produced 129 bushels of oats to the
760 acres tight miles from La Grande,
v'ell Improved, $65 per acre. Terms.
In Lower Cove
320 acres, 60 cultlvatable, 400 fine fruit trees, fine spring, $4,000, easy terms. . -
240 acres, well watered In lower Cove, $7 per acre. , .
Splendid fruit land, large meadow, several acres in alfalfa, three miles south of La Grande, $8,000.
: 80 acres south of La Grande, $800, one-halt cash.
HAZEL RICE AGAIN.
"The Cow and the Moon" Brings Top-
nlar Actors to this CJty. k .
Miss Hazel Rice, of "The Cow and
the Moon" company which comes to
the Steward opera house on Tuesdty,
November 1st, is one of the most in
tereatlng little personages in present
day theatricals. She is known as the
Dresden Doll of. musical comedy;
scarcely four feet in height, but per
fect in form and figure, most pleas
ing features, and a personality that
reaches out over the foot lights and
fairly grasps one, she Is most mag
netic and charming.
Miss Rice In the part of little Miss
Innocence, the maid who has never
seen a man, has a role that suits her
perfectly and she is said to be making
the hit of her career. With a most
pleasing voice, her singing of "Bridal
Bella." "They All Look Alike to Mable"
and "If They are All as Nice as You
displays her talents as a comedienne
The "Cow and the Moon" 1b a com
panion play to ".The Cat and the Fid
dle" and is also founded on Nursery
Rhyme lore, which made the fatter so
Chas. A. Sellon is the star of the
company and brings a company of ov
er forty people and a producstlon that
Is claimed to be the most gorgeous
and glittering; of anything that has
been seen here in many a day. Seat
sale opens Saturday,
New Studebaker Buggies and Bob
Sleds just received by
i We Can Press Your Clothes or J
" Clean Them On SHort Notice. ;
Elite DyngrtdiCeamn lToiAs
Depot street ;
X Mahaffey Building . .
Dii-ectory bf tbe Fratenial Orders
, of La Grande, Oregon
A. F. t A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, A. F. A A. M. holds regular meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. .i. ; '
JOHN S. HODOIN. W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretarr.
REBEKAHS Crystal Lodge No.
meets every evening in the I. O. O.
F. hall. All visiting members art
Invited to attend, "
' MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, N. G.
MRS. JENNIE M. SMITH, See.
Guaranteed Liquor Cure.
Drunkenness is a progressive dis
ease; The modern drinker is not satis
fled with two or three drinks a day,
the craving for more and more be
comes irrestlble as the disease ad
vances; the result is Chronic Alco
holism. ,' ,-. -.''...!
The treatment used successfully by
thousands right in their own homes is
Orrine. It is sold under a positive
guarantee to affect a cure or your
money will be refunded.
Orrine No. 1, is the Becret remedy;
Orrine No. 2, is for those willing to
take the treatment Either from costs
$1. Write for free booklet, "How to
Cure Drunkenness" The Orrine Co.,
674 Orrine Building, Washington, . D.
C. Sold by leading druggists, and in
this city by O. E. Silverthorne. t
Oct, 24, 26, 28. , ;
B. P. O. E.' La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock In Elk's 'club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
DR. Q. L. DIGGERS, Ex Rul.'
, i. HUGH McCALL, Rec. Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O. W.
,' meets every second and fourth Tues
day In the month. All visiting mem
; " NERI ACKLES, C. C.
J.'H. KEENEY, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Crsta
Lodge No. 27 meets every Monday
; night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hall.)
A Pythian welcome to all vis&ss
. JESS PAUL, a c li
R. L. LINCOLN, M. of R. R
M. W. Al "La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday in the month at
the I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially invited to
I. R. SNOOK, a
V , , D. E. COX, Clerk.
O. E. S.Hofle Chapter No. 13, O. E.
C. holds stated communications the
second and fourth Wednesdays ot
each month. Visiting members cor
MARY A. WARNICK, Sec
PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M.
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WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT C rand
, Ronde Circle No. 47 meets ever
first and third Thursday evenings
in the month at the I. O. O. F. hall.
All visitlig members are welcome.
CHLOE ROBINSON, G. M.
, LIZZIE ELLSWORTH, Clerk,
Calf In Pound
A red, baldfaced sucking calf was
Impounded by me today. Man bring
ing cow which claims calf can; have
sarnie. . .
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I i. H. PEME
LA GR ANDES LEADING JEWELER
When in need of anything in watches, clocks, Jewelry,
cut glass, hand pain ted China, or any other article carried
by a first class jewel ry store. Investigate our nrlcea Wni-n
buying and you will s ave money, and be sure of securing
first quality . goods. ,
If your eyes trouble you, have them, fitted by an opti
cian of experience. ' . :
Opposite the V. S. Land Office, Adams Ave.
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Want ids nay, one cent a word.