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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, THURSDAY, AUGUST" 3, 1911.
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t"flU OUGHT TO KXOIT
this shop, and IU ability U ame
rxiox (orvrr basks high
Leads Baker County for First; Time In ;
RED CROSS If
LESOXSTRATE FIRST AID TO TRS
Car Seat Oat by Kc4 Cr SwHj.
FRATERNAL ORDERS OF IA 'f-
i M. i- -otg
I ! A. N. meet
tax ftWt ad tuJU Sataraaya at
t;3 iv CVrxiiil welcome to all
N u m, hqtt, w. m.
C C Willi AXTS, SfN'.w?.
Union county draws about two thon-1 I'ader aS.-e ? tV Aaerwaa!
yea best. Oar one strongsst' 8ands dollar" more for ,ts disj Cw society, rtl!rvt of j
desire is to tarn out the best ,trlcU year tnan ImC Su" Trs"- J Peadtaoat aai atl e5tr ci isvs. wStoj
CLEAXIXG AXD PRESSING
cb to price our services U
meet yoar satisfaction. We be-i-
lieve we do this. If yoar gar-
meats ned our attention seed
"them to as and we will do year
work promptly and guarantee
Rot to rnin the materials.
ELITE DYEING &
II. B. Warner
uter tay jjaa appornonea lae o.nr-iiay t? tatecea:! wil tABHvrow
ent counties of the state and Union j c'jbt fc d' hr a Wr uj
county ranks w;ll up toward the tc?atl 4aKnSJ ..the Uteai s& V
of the entire list
Some of the count:
amounts they draw, follow:
Ik Ps j, LOr No. 433
meet t.-! Triy evening at 8
"St la 4V ot Do-
Ad Ideal Outing.
The Ore?on-VTashlng'on Eailroad
&. Navigation company will have ou
Bale August 23rd special reduced
round trip tickets to the seashoiv.
rf rtirias Sr all w ti fc
uuu is a sicrr. tssz tczx
CHIXESE DOCTORS, CAJT POS.
ITITELY CURE YOU.
Those who are suf
fering front dis
eases which mnay
other doctors hare
able, now hore re
lief fn sight York
& York; the fam
ous Chinese doc
tors, are now lo
cated In Walla
mn, after years of
which will afford their patrons an op
portunity to enjoy a delightful outing
on the beach. Also the privilege of
stopping at Portland and Astoria. The
rate for the round trip la only $io.
Children half fare. Tickets are lim
ited to fifteen days. Slake your reser-
j rations at the earliest practicable mo-
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UM:ft . TS: Wtar aa4 iwacastratica wUJ
I.5t ,t$ia prvvxL?:ty aa S twk; toceorrwvf
.... t.3vi.$'5 , etimisj; la a sprtil car ti.it S! a?-'
.. I , ' r :t la tie city at 5 lot k tw&orrow
.... $.! ( aft-r-rctve. Ti car wU! b bro$t
, t ti:s city rsa Ftrtla4 est Xv I
t.S.r,wiiSk reaches FvciMc-a at 5 p. ts.
5S3l.t$ T.b car w3 h loca'cd la a costen-'
... fc-at place la tfte O.- W. R. A
mot nttr vc9.1 a4 ftNtrta Sat- j
lady and) respafchln China, were
ranted diplomas by the emperor, to
irsne their practice of medicine.
For centuries the Chinese hare bPen
nrdAya at K. P UO. AU f .rkaon ledge leaders In the practice of f
iMediciae, and many wealthy people an-T
i 15c a Package
ix nrcoisuLLiv c
J. R KSX2LT Clerk.
aally r to that country In search of For Breakfast serred in combl- T
relief for ailments which doctors of t
w . , wotry haie pronounced Incapa- X "nt'on with
! Wallowa ' ..
Tiin la AaasAl Sffn.
j . Atr-ir a. Wit- Aoinst 3.
cities f Aberdeen and Hoqaiaaa ar
4 Dr.M J ShtetJs Up ia chir? of th
S.Sl-?t car aal tosether with Pr. Glascow
$5.fS'J; wr:i deliter thr lecture and give (Ssa-
11.5Vt castrations. In or-Jr that every cae.
IJS'" especially railroad men, nsay b la-
5.4T3.9 stracted ia th loafer of rersderin
tt!je nsoet effective assistance, ender
I difficnities to any injured person,
j These cars are being seci all oret the
' country by the Red Crosa society.
tctertainizy (faring t! retaalnder of,
the week the 27-th ananal caeesing of
the .Washington Sta'e Press assacia-1
. .2 ' W. t I
; i.ocl. i &e o.isii"S3 sessions are o
v WITH PLEASURE
be b id today and tomorrow and will
b dtridtd between the fwo citie.
Saturday wi!I be the big days of en
tertainment, when the editors and
tblr families will have an outing at
tEaJoy an Gating at the Seashore-A
Stopover at Portland.
i Visit the Astoria Centennial cele
bration. Take advantage of the wry
jlow round trip rate of $10.00 offered
by the O.-W. R. & X. company from
t " ' J La Grande to any point on the Sea-
j Congress George W. Xorris. the not-1 shore-Xorth Beach A special train
ed insurgent representative from the affording every accommodation will
" Fifth Xebraska district, hoeps to sue- j lean La Grande at 8 p. m. Wednes
ceed Xorria Brown as United Stat-a I day, August 23rd. Ask your agent for
senator. - ' ? - information in detail. - t
T. Tn? 'Mt I Twk rk nse nothing but pewit
tho i. a a f. ban. am siting!.,. , M. ... . j ,frLJX
aghr, are coally tnxltaj toj, lne. Bese nots Bnd herng It
ED. HEATH, CTerk.
I -EBEKAHS "tristal Lod(re Na 6
meets every Tuesday evening In th
I. a O. F. halL All visiting metn
. hers are Invited to attend. .
MRS. XATTE ARBUCKLE. N. G. f
MISS AXXA ALEXANDER, See.
KX1GHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Crow
Lodge No ST meals every Momo
night tn CaaUe hall, (old Elk'a hall.
A Pythian welcome to all visitinj
jess paul. a a
R. L. UXCOLX. iL of R. ft S.
O. E. 8. Hope Chapter No. 13, O. K
C holt itated communlcatlona th
second and fourth Wednesdays ot
each month. Visiting members cor
; CARRIE B HUNTER. W. M
MARY A. WARXICK. Sec
For sale by
act gently en the system on fllrrct con
trast to medicines usually given.
They can be consulted! without cost
Those residing out of the city can send
for symptom blanks and free diagnosis
will be given. I
YORK & T0R MEDICIXE CO.
210 W. Main St, Walla Walla, Wn.! I 'l"H
Bananas or other fresh Fruits. Z
i Pattison Bros. !
Red Cedar Shingles
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREENWOQD & MADISON
Home Phone 421 7 Bell Phone, Main 732
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These can be had in our own city and in our own Valley where you can see them every day j!
We have fine 80 acre tract
just outside the city limits, all in timothy, grain
and alfalfa, on one of the principal roads lead
ing into La Grande; good buildings, an abund
ance of water, and one of the best dairy farms in
the valley. This land is suitable for any pur
pose, and if as conveniently located to any other
town as it is to La Grande, could not be bought
for double the price asked for it. A payment of
$4,000.00 down will handle it; good terms on the
Have a splendid proposition adjoining
Just 70 acres in this property, one-half of
which is the best of soil and the balance good
pasture. Good new house and good barns. A
number of fine springs and one of them piped in
to the house. This is close to school, on main
county road and affords fine view of the town
, and valley. The price of this entire property is
only $4,000,00 and 20 acres can be sold from one
end of it within another year for at least $2,000.
This would leave 50 acres with all improvements
and easily worth the present purchase price.
Come in and let us tell you about it.
40 acres in the north end of valley :
, Four miles from Summerville, best of soil, new
buildings, fine stream of water, some timber,
only $2,200.00, one-third down, balance one and
two years. . '
160 acres, 5 miles from LaGrande.
50 acres alfalfa, 55 acres fall wheat, 10 acres
of oats, balance summer fallow. Good six room
house, good barn and outbuildings. This place ?
is sub-irrigated and one of the best alfalfa, grain ;
and dairy ranches in the valley. Price only $S5.00
per acre reasonable payment down with terms
on balance. This year's crop will pay good share
of purchase price".
Have some fine orchards and
here and in the Elgin country. Prices on these
vary according to location and age of trees, and
will ask you to tell us what you want and where
ypu want it. These are all good investments.
Some' of our good buys in city prop
: erty. - - - ' '' v! .
Good six-room house, cellar, shade and fruit
trees, on Third street, for $2,100.00. Only $400
down, balance in stated payments at 6 per cent.
Fine 7 room, two-story house, with large lot,
shade and fruit trees, on Second street, for onlv
$2,soo.oo. ; : ; V
Fixe room house, modern, shade and fruit
trees, on avenue for only $1,650.00. - v
Four room house and two lots, wood shed and
city water, on North Depot and "V" avenue, for
only $1,100.00. This property can be bought
with a very small payment down and balance at
$20.00 per month.. -
Four room house, cellar, wood shed, trees, two
good lots, on North Spruce street, for $1,250.00.
Small payment down will handle this property,,
and can make substantial reduction for cash.
We have vacant lots in all parts of the city, and not a single lot that will not prove a good investnient,?evenyou
do not improve it. Let us show you these and other bargains. '