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Notice lo Stockholder.
Notice l hereby given that the an
imal stockholders' meeting of the Au
illu Mining cotnpuny. for the .pur
pose of electing a board of directors,
and for any further business that may
eome before the meeting, will be held
at the office of E. C. Moore, in the
lty of La Grande. Oregon, at the hour
f 1 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, the
4th day of November. 1908.
' ' . . : GEO. HENDRICKS,
L. OLDENBURG. SecreUry.
SliA Likr Good Thing,
Mrs. Charlea & Smith of West
Franklin. Me aaya: "I Hk food
thlnge and have adopted Dr. Klnga
New Life Pill aa our family laxative
medicine, because they are good and
do their wora without making a fua
about IL" These palnl'i purifier
Mews Wat - Counts
Is nevs that is published the day j
vo at NewMua drug
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' How to 'Phone.
Patrons of The Observer will
a ..i.ii vmi-v a-reat favor upon 4
Pendleton, Ore., Nov. lO.-rCaught In
the act of looting a farm house near
Hell, two young men who refuse to
ETllXC BStKVElLA GIU.VDt, OHU-COX, WEDNESDAY NOVKMBFH II. 190
nrssi:v8 hack lixe.
Rt of service. ' Day and 4
Night Hacka furnished for 4
fnnerala and private parties. 4
1 Baggage transferred Day and
Night and Bundaya.
Stand at Paul Cigar Store. 4
; 'Phone Red U. , ,
Night 'Phone Main 25. 4
E. L. BCSSEY. 4
4 4 4 4
talk with the edltorlat or news
department, they will almply
call for Main II. and when they
...i.k i 9tk with the business 4
office they will aay Main U. two
ring. All aubscrlptlon business"
and aAm niainta of a business na- 4
ture ahould be addressed to the
business office and as above
mentioned for thl clasa of call
please ak central to give you
Main 18, two .rings.
4444 44444 4 44
My patrons will now find
mat tu Oregon Pro
duce Company's building
on Jefferson Avenue
with a fuil line of
HAY, f LOIR, MILL FEED,
GRAIN, and GARDEN and
.GRASS SEEDS : : : : :
fl. V. OLIVER
Pnone Main 57
I NEW CROP!
. -- ak
New Lot of
HE1NZS full line of fresh
pkkledgoods. Bottled and
Our CHOW CHOW Is great
i AND BAKERY.
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 uork. No order too large or
small lor ou-best attention. Let us
reline that old stove. At a slight ex
- ;ense we can maKe it as jood "as new - -
BAY & ZWEIFEL
211 DEPOT STREEl
county Jail tonight. It la thought they
may bo the same persona who recent
ly robbed the postofflce at Weston.
Tom Cook and family, on returning
from town thla 'afternoon, were sur
prised to find two robbers Juat pack
Ing up the booty .secured In ransaok-
Ing the house In the absence of the oc
cupants. Cook was equal to the occa
nlon and succeeded In holding the rob
ber until the Helix marshal arrived,
though the men were armed.
Cosgrove la Bo Iter.
Poraeroy, . Nov. 10. S. O. Cosgrove
continues to Improve today. , It la ex
pected that arrangements will be
made aoon to take the governo'r-eleqt
to San Francisco for the winter, though
no definite action has been taken yet.
Governor Mead arrived here yesterday
and held a four hours' interview with
Mr. Cosgrove last night. The gover
nor will remain here untir tomorrow.
s Conductor Kcbtay III.
Conductor W. H. Kelsay of the Port
land-Pendleton passenger run, was
forced to give up his work for a few
days on account of a alight stroke of
laralyBl8. Mr. Kelsay is one of the
oldest conductors on the line. He Is
at present at his ' home on South
Thompson atreet. Pendleton Tribune
Treasurer' Call for City Warrant.
Notice 1 hereby given that there
a 10 now funds on hand to pay all out
standing warrants Issued on general
fund of La Grande city, up to and In
cluding No. 6765, endorsed March 14,
Interest on. all warranta on general
fund from No. 675t to No. 6765. in
clusive, ceasea from this date.
There are also-funds in the treas
ury to pay all warranta Issued against
the water fund of La Grande city, up
to and including No. 7786, endorsed
July 7, 1908. Interest on all warrants
on the water fund from No. 7512 to
Vo. 7766, inclusive, ceases from date
of thU call.
La Grande, Oregon, November 9,
3. K. WRIGHT.
., .'U ' City Treasurer.
,7". They Take the Klnka Out.
"I have used Dr. King'a New Life
Pills tor many years, with increasing
satisfaction. They take the klnka out
of stomach, liver and bowels, without
fua or friction," aay N. H. Brown, ot
PIttafletd. Vt. Guaranteed a'.lsfac
tory at Newlln' drug atcre t"3.
Special Election to Approve Charter
Notice Is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the !4th day of November,
1908. a special election will be held
of the voters of the City of La Grande.
Union county, Oregon, and that the
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o'clock a. m., until the hour of five
o clock p. m., or saia aay. -
the Council of the City of La Grande
Cor the purpose or proposing ana rao
mlttlng to the people of the City of
La uiauuu v n.w.w. "
of certain amendments to the charter
of the city of La Grande a shown by
the proposed charter heretofore ap
proved by the council of the City of
La Grande by ordinance No. 391. Ser-
l IBAB m w A i&ttK mil In thA
lea i iuu, a . v. . 1 . n - ...
office of the recorder of the city of
La Qranae. on tne lutn aay oi oep
Th annroval of these amendments
by the people of the city of La
Orancie will bo uom'tted to r. vot-ei-s
on the following proposition:
snail me viiy ui u uruo ,iiiu.iv.
Its charter and approve the amend-
. . .1.. : . iiVi r,i. . mvA th new
city charter proposed and submitted
by the council to Hie people of the city
of La Grande?
The following are the polling places.
Judgea and clerk, of the acveral
wards designated ana appointed oy
First Ward. City Hall Juages: j:
P. Clark. E. C. Davis and Frank Kll
patrlck. Clerk: William Miller and
Arthur Crutla. -
S.cond Ward. Council Chamber
Jud-es: Peter Kuhn. F. S. Bramwell
and Oeorge Ball. Clerka: H. E. Cool
Mge and A. W. Nelson.
Third Ward. Bunding west oi
Judge Ratnsey'a reslilen-e on Penn.
avenue Judgea: C. C. Penlngton. B.
W. Urandy and John Catea. Clerk:
C. A. Vurplllat and A. C. Williams.
Fourth Ward. Harris' Hall Judgea:
Bernard Logsden, O. E. Fowler and
Jrthn -Cheak. Clt tk: J" J. -Vfcader-peel
a4 Warrtiv P. Noble. -
attached my hand and affixed the seal
of my ornce, uia ita aay oi wpwm
(L. S.) D. E. COX.
' Recorder of the Olty of La Grande.
NIc picture sot axpenatn
j at and reach ; i fcs ideals in this re-
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