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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE, ORECOX. KATTIUJAV, NOVEMBER T, 1908.
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Notice lo fctocklioldera,
Notlc I hereby given that the an
aiial stockholders meeting of Jhe Au
Ila Mining company, for the pur
Ium of electing a board of director,
and for any further business that may
ttoma before the meeting, will be held
t the office of E. C. Moore, In the
lty of La Grande, Oregon, at the hour
kf 1 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, tiv
h day of November, 1908.
1 OLDENBURG, Secretary.
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Beat of eervlce, Day and
Night Hack furnished for
funerala and private parties.
Baggage transferred Day and
Night and Sundays.
Stand at Paul's Clar Store,
'phone Red III.
Night 'Phone Ma'.o, 11.
E. L. BCSSEY. ,
My patrons w'll now find
j mat tu Oregon Pro
duce Company's building
I on Jefferson Avenue
J with a full line of
I HAYsf LOUR, MILL f EED,
GRAIN, and GARDEN and
nonce CFFftc . . .' . .
She likea Good TMnga.
Mrs. Charles E. Smith of Wesi
rranklln. Me., says: "I to
things and have adopted Dr. King":
New Llfa Pill our family laxatlvt
medicine, because they are good anc
do their wora without making a fua
about tf These paints purifier
olb at New'.lu'a drug jora. tt.:
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talk with the editorial of news t . . V-,tvrt tt
How to 'Ptione.
Patrons of The Observer will .
confer a very great favor upon
the office If, when they wish to
Pendleton, Nov. t. On January 10
or some other date about that time,
the Pendleton high school and Baker
City high school will meet In debate,
4 call for Main IS, and when tney
4 wish to talk with the business
4 office they will say Main IS. two
4 rings. All subscription business
4 and complaints of a business na-
4 ture should be addressed to the
4 business office and as above
4 mentioned for this class of calls
4 please ask central ; to give you
4 Main IS, two rings.
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j NEW CROP I
New Lot of
HUMS full line of fresh
picktedgoods. Bottled and
In bulk .
Our CHOW CHOW is great
E Polack, Prop.
Glasses That fit
IT'S WATCH REPAIRING THAT GIVES
SATISFACTION IN LA GRANDE
BAY & ZWEIFEL
Plumbers and Tinners
Pump Work and Gutter Work a Specialty
Let us furnish you with an estimate
on your work. No order too large or
small tor oir best attention Let us
reline that eld stove. At a slight ex
pense we can make it as good as new
lit DEPOT STRtEl
season" for the" local students.
Following the debate .between Ba
ker and Pendleton the winner will de
bate with the Ontario high school.
An announcement to this effect wa
:ecelved here today by Roy Rowland
of the high school, from Superintend
ent Churchill of Baker City.
By the first of next week a bulletin
vlll be "out setting forth all the de
ates to be held this year and also the
ubjeets to be discussed.
Aside from the Pendleton, Baker
?lty and Ontario high schools' other
nstltutlons In the eastern Oregon de
bating league are the high schools of
Sherman county. Crook county. Hood
River. The Dalles. La Grande, Union
.In selecting trie contestants from
(he various schools local tryout de-
ates are held. Thus far no prellmln
rv rlehntr have been held here, but
the work will be taken up In due time
In the Pendleton high school there
are four or fire students with marked
debating ability and It Is strongly
hoped that they will be able to win
Ordinance No. 88, Scries 1008.
An ordinance attending section 6
of ordinance No. 42, series 1892. v
The City of La Grande does Ordain as
Section 1. That section .'of ordi
nance No, 42, series 1892, be and the
same is hereby amended so as to read
as follows: ' -
Section 6. It shall be unlawful for
any person to deposit any asnes in
any wooden vessel or on any wooden
floor in the city, or deposit them in
any place in their, or others' premises
that will be nearer than ten feet to
any wooden work, or to burn any pa
per, straw, tree cuttings, or other
trash or rubbish in any street or al-
py, except by permission of the chief
of the fire department.
Section 2. This ordinance shall be
published In one Issue of the La
rande EYer.5r.ff Observer, and shall
oike effect on and after the th, day
it December, 1908.
; Passed the common council on the
Hh day of November, 1908, by seven
members of the council voting there
Approved this 6th day of Novem
ber, 1908. A. K. HALL,
D. E. COX, Recorder.
Special Elcctjou to Approve Charter
Notice is hereby , given that on
i'uesday, the 24 th day of November,
1908, a special election will be held
f the voters of the City of La Grande,
union county, Oregon, and that the
polls will be open from the hour of 9
.clock a. m until the hour of five
clock p. m.. of said day.
Said election Is called by order of
;he Council of the City of La Grande
f,ir th mimosa of DroDostnar and sub
mitting to the people of the City 6f
La Grande the approval ana aaopiion
of certain amendments to the charter
of the city of La Grande as shown by
the proposed charter heretofore ap
proved by the council of the City of
i.a Grande bv ordinance No. .192. Ser
ies 1908. and filed with, and In the
office of the recorder of the city of
La Grande, on the 10th day of Sep
The approval of these amendments
ny the peoplo of the city of La
OraPf.e will be suum'Med to r. vot
ers on tho following proposition:
Shall the City ot La Grande amend
Its charter ana approve me ameuu-
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nicnia to me in; i ianvi,
rity charter proposed and submitted
by the council to the people of the city
ut La Grande?
The following are the polling places.
Juilgi-s and clerks of the several
ards designated and appointed by
the council- .
Klr Ward, City Hall Judges: J:
P Clark. E. C. Davis and Frank Kil
patrlck. Clerks: William Miller and
Second Ward. Council Chamber
Judge: Peter Kuhn. F. S. brumwell
nd George Ball. Clerka: H. E. Cool
Idge and A. W. Nelson.
Third Ward, Building west of
Judge Ramsey"s resldem-e on Penn.
avenue Judges: C. C. Pentngton. B.
W. Grandy and John Cates. Clerks:
C. A. Vurplllat and A. C. Williams.
Fourth Ward, Harris" Hall Judges:
Bernard Logsden. G. E. Fowler ana
John Sheak. Clerks: C. J. Vander
poel and Warren P. Noble.
In wltnese whereof I have hereunto
attached my hand and atflxea the seal
of iuy r:;:. iiii lstk "y
tL. S.) D. H. COX.
Recorder of the City f L Grande.
Nice pletures not
ex pensive at
Mews ftM Counts
Is news that is published the day
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