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. LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
THURSDAY, MARCKT 91911
Co i sets..
The Seven Principal Selling
They lace la front .
I They support every vita or.
. They, are as comfortable sit
ting down as standing. '
They are easily adjusted all
in plain sight ,1
They git. the princess back,
following the most beautiful
line In nature, the spinal curve.
i They are filled with', ELEO
TE0B9SE, unbreakable, and
They sapply the correct fash
ionable figure for every wom
an's form. For sale by '
Puone Black 1481 or Black 81
? SEATTLE fill
REPRESENTATIVE HERE TODAY
. INVESTIGATING CONDITIONS.
taii riu rn
Suits Cleaned. Press
ed and Repaired,
Hats Blocked .. Kid
Gloves Cleaned. La
dies' work a specialty
1118 Adams Ave. Phone 735
Fer all kinds of '
MESSENGER AND DELIVERY
Call Up The
and Delivery Co.
Office In Foley Building
Phones, Main 709 Ind.
H. J. KESLEB, MANAGIR.
LET. US IE Fill YOU, ,,,
In fact the ealy 'irir'WllTt U Ij
iyetog. ent.dyi yemelf.
If i better than tyefcaf ytixself.
TTE DIE EYEB1 DAI
AND DIE FOB AIL
. or charge fr ! wt,t
be hgih. A sample Job Is nScleat
For best dyeing and cleaning haye
Wllr Inspect Situation Thoroughly and
Report to Clients.
Representing several Seattle parties
who have become Interested in Grande
Rondo fruit land, J. H. Richardson of
Seattle ia bcTe today looking over the
fruit industry in this valley and if he
finds things to his liking, he will rec
ommend to his clients that purchases
be made. ; .
Mr,' Richardson has not had me
:his afternoon to give the situation a
thorough inspection and could ' not
pass his opinion as yet. But he is in
position to pass an expert opinion and
local real estate men are -showing
him to various fruit centers.
anicker a cold is aotten rid of the
teas the danger from pneumonia and other
wrious diseases. Mr. B. W. L Hall, ol
Waverly, Va,, says: "Infirmly believe Cham
berlain's Cougn Aeuwuv U um L!uic?7 tbf
hMt nranantion on the market for colds. I
have recommended it to my friends ond
they all agree with me-" for sale by all
dealers. :.. -
'f PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 4
PHYSICIANS AND SCB6E0NS. ?
MOLITOR. M. D. Physician and
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot street Office, Main 68; Resi
dence 69. ,
H. UPTON, Pli. G. M. D.Physiclan
and surgeon. Special attention to
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Office
in La Grande National Bank Build'
Ing. Phones: Office Main 2, Rest
dene. Main 32.
A. L. RICHARDSON, M. D.
J. W. LOUGHLIN. M. D.
Drs. Richardson ft Loughlln,
'V J 4 Physicians and Surgeons, . ,
Office Hours 9 to 11; 2 to 6; 7 to 8.
Phones Office Black 1362; Ind. 853.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 55; Ind.
Dr. Loughlin's Res. Main 757; Ind.
1297.- : : v ' ;-
3EO. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7,
8, 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332,
Pacific, Main 63, Residence phone,
Black 951. Successor to Dr. C. E.
OR. a L. UNDERWOOD and DR
DORA J. UNDERWOOD Office ov
er Wright Drug store. Special at
tention paid to diseases and surgery
of the eye.
Phones Office Main 22; residence.
f. C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist. Room
23. La Grande National Bank Build
tng. Phone Black 399. . . a i :
DP. R. L. LINCOLN. DENTIST First
class services given. Office over Lil
ly's Hdw. store. Phone' Black-451.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary Sur
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, Ret
701; Office phone, Black 1381; lode
pendent phone 53; both phones si
- attorneys at txwr
COCHRAN ft COCKRAN Attorneys :
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran. La Grande National Bank
Bldg., La Grande, Oregon.
! T. H. CRAWFORD Attorn ey at Law.
I ' Practices in al 1th. court of the
Stat, and Uattod 8Utea. Office la
! La Grande Natiwual Bank Bldg., La
! Grande, Oregon. "
ELITE CLEANING ft DYE.WOBIS,
Phone Haln 84 .
-VTbea yos Vvt a cold get a bjttlc of
ChamberWn's Cough Bemjdy. It will
won fix you up all r.gnt nd wi2 r-ff
tjy tendency toward pnenmonia. i".'.
msiiy contains r.n op'mm r oilier nar t '
i -v' nay be r' f"''''"'' n
t,A 2U aM i
D. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer.
Baker City, Oregon.
The quicker a cola is gotten rid of the
left the danger from pneumonia and other
tenons diaeaaes. Mr. RW.L Hall, of
Waverly, Va. . aay "I Bnnlv believe Cham
berhun's Cough Remedy to be absolutely the
beat preparation on the market for colda. 1
have recommended it to my frienda and
tiiev all agree with ni.M For sale by a
PURE BRED GALF
JERSEY SAID TO BE BEST SENT
TO THIS VALLEY.
Bloc Viand Brothers Are Purchasers of
High Grade Yearling.
What authorities on the cattle ques
tion claim to be the finest Jersey bull
ever shipped to Union county was re
ceived here this morning by Block
land Brothers of Island City who have
a herd of about 50 Jerseys on ,the Is
land City ranch and a Hereford herd
of 90 head. The purebred bull, a
yearling in April comes from the Ladd
state farm near Portland, sometimes
known as the Hazel Fern farm, and
the breeders are oqrrobprators of the
statement made that the animal is as
fine a type of Jersey stock as has ever
been bred on an Oregon farm.
This is but another step of the
Blockland Brother to Improve their
herd which at present is coming to be
consid.Ted a topnotclber when com
pared with any Eastern Oregon stock
farm. Hand in hand with the impor
tation of the Jersey bull and other re
cent importations of purebred stoca
comes the announcement that they
will build a 50-etall barn this spring,
With good soil and feed, .plenty of
water ' and a skilled "knowhow" in
stock raising the Blocklands have
built up a fine stock ranch, conceded,
as asserted, to bs! of superior value
and perfect In detail.
They do not train with cattle alone
for they own a stallion sired by Mc-Kfnney,-
the world's champion early
speed sir-'. They have a blue ribbon
winning Belgiam stallion, too. HogB,
the kind that thrive best in Grande
Ronde valley, have been bred to a
large extent by the firm.
"It is men like these that build up
the etock business," said an ardent
stock man today. "If every stock
raiser would increase the present de
sire to raise nothing but the very pur
est bred stock the valley would soon
attain a reputation for producing cat-
Uq with the same degree of success
that its horses are bred and prepared
for the market." ;
THIS DATE IN HISTOBY.
March 9. '
1566 David Pizzlo, the secretary and
friend of Mary Queen of Scots,
, murdered by Lord Darnley. .
1759 Russia and Sweden concluded a
treaty, for the ''neutrality
of the Baltic.
1775 Commodore Isaac Hull, who
. commanded the famous "Con
' stltutlon," born In Derby, Conn.
; Died in Philadelphia. Feb. 3,
1837 1806 Edwin , Forrest, th? fa
mous tragedian, born in Phila
delphia. Died there, Dec. 12,
' 1872. '
1834 Snowstorm in Rome, said to
have been the first in more
than 200 years.
1837 Bank of Brjtleh North America
opened .its first office in Mon
.ireal. j; -"
1839 Termination of the-first war be
tween Mexico and France.
1862 Battle of the Monitor and the
" Merrlmac in Hampton Roads.
1866 Fenians threatened an invasion
of Canada from the United
- ' States. ,
1855 French and Belgian ministers
, expelled from Venezuela.
1910--NIcholas Tchaikovsky acquitted
at his trial in Russia for con
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Notice of Final Settlement ,
Notice is hereby given that the ad
ministrator of the estate of Mons Mor
land, deceased, has filed his final ac
count and' the "County Court of the
State of Oregon for Union county
has fixed Tuesday, the 4th day of
April, 1911, at the court house in La
Grande, Oregon, as the time and place
for hearing an objections thereto,
and to -finally settle sei destate.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
the 25th day of February, 1911.
J. J. CARR,
Administrator of the estate of Mons
Feb. 27 6t
, Notice ef Final Account ,
Notice is. hereby given that Eliza
beth Donnelly, , administratrix of the
estate, of John P, Donnelly, deceas
ed, has filed In the County Court of
nlon County, Oregon, hr final ac
count in the matter of said estate ana
the County Court has appointed Tues
day, the 4th day of jyrilf 1911. at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the court
house In La ( Grande, Union county,
Oregon, as the time and place for
hearing of objections to such final ac
count and the settlement thereof.
Dated this 28th day of February,
Administratrix of the Estate of John
P. Donnelly, deceased.
Every family has need of a rood, retlablt
liniment. For spraina, bruifca, sorenew ol
the mnvclea and rlieumntic fitins there 1'
tir Minn Imrnw-r'f r NiV. i
Notke to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby giver that James
C. Mclntyre has been duly appointed,
and has qualified, as the Administra
tor, of the estate of Frederick B.
Small, deceased; and that all persons
having claims against said estate
must present the same, properly item
ized and verified, to F. S. Ivanhoe,
at his office, In the city of La Grande,
Union county, Oregon, on or bsfore
six months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
The first publication of this notice
is March 6th, 1911. -
..; JAMES C. Mclntyre,
Administrator of the Estate . of
Frederick" B.' Small, deceased.
F. S, Iva"nhoe, Attorney for Admin
istrator. ' ...
Dly Mch 6-13-20-27, Apr 3. '.
When you havs a cold get a' bottle t
Chamberfiiin's Vongh Piemetly, It will
loon fix yon up all right and will ward ofl
any tendeucy toward pneumonia. 'J'liii
remedy conttini no opium or other narcotic
and ma? be given ai confidently to a bah
" ' lftM I vau dlen.
... H2&Mms Ave
MONTANA POOL ROOMS-
CIGARS and TOBACCO
. IVefon O Barnttt Props., Corner Jefferson and Dipof sf.
NECKWEAR 'of the Lateit ; f Handsome BELTS
New PUFF PINS I ; The Finest CASH BAGS
Elegant RIBBONS Dainty HEAD SCARFS,
Tailored TURBANS, Pretty SAILORS in the most
approved stylet .
E. M. WELLMAN & Co.