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LA GKANDE EVENING OBSERVER
SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910
F3' IT M F5 M HCIF ' iirD
We make Lacies, Tailored
Suits $45.00 and up.
V Xotfce of Street Improvement.
The George Palmer
. RETAL DEPARTMEAI)
We solicit your orders for Shingles, Rubberoid Roofing
Deadening Fell, Buiiding Paper.
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material,
promptly. Phone Main 8. !,
To Whom It May Concern:
, Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of a resolution adopted by the
Common Council or the City of La
Grande, Oregon, pn the 5th day of
August, 1900, creating - Improvement
District No. 1, and designating Adams
Avenue, or street, as such district, and
in pursuance of a resolution adopted
by said Common Council on the 15th
day of September, 1909, whereby said
Council determined and declared its
intention to improve all that portion
of Adams Avenue, or Street, in said
Improvement district as hereinafter
described, by laying thereon maca
dam, the Council will, ten days after
the service of this notice upon the
Yellowstone Park Excursion
SATURDAY,. JULY 9, 19IO
Leaving Portland at 10 p. m.
via the '
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company
and Oregon Short Lline -
1A Special Round Trip(!7a 7
i 4. ID From La Grande $
, Good for Return until October 31
Which includes rail transportation to and from Yellowstone Park; stage transporta
tion through the Park; all meals and lodgings at Park hotels during the five days tour
GRANDEST SCENIC TRIP IN THE WORLD
Embracing stops at the famous Park hotelsseeing the Geysers, Mountains, Lakes,
Cataracts, Ganyons, Buffalo, Elk, Bear and other animals in tneir wild state.
Interesting Side Trips at Small Expense.
Parties desiring to return via Salt Lake through Galifcrnia can do so for $29.00 ad
ditional, or $108.75 from Portland.
The Finest Equipped Train in the West
will be provided for this event, and will include Pullman Sleepsrs, Diner, Parlor Ob
servation Gar, and all the latest conveniences that go to make the trip pleasant and
F0uUfdeUil1s,, with pamphlet descriptive of the trip, map of the Park, etc., can be ob
tained by writing to - 'r
J. K. KEENEY, Agent, La Grande, Oregon. ,
owners of the property affected and
benefitted., bv rih Improvement, or
der thiit the above described improve
ment be made: that the boundaries of
said district to be so improved are 03 !
follows: All that portion of Adams
Avenue, from the east side of Fourth
street, to the west side of. Alder street
Notice is hereby . further given that
the Council will levy a special assess
ment on all the property" affected and
benefitted by such Improvement for
tfie purpose of paying for such , im
provement. That the estimated cost
of such Improvement is the sum of
$12,000! That the Council -will, on
the 20th day of July, 1910, meet at the
Council chamber . at the hour of 8
o'clock, p. m. to consider the estima
ted cost, and the levy of said assess
ment, when a hearing will be granted
to any person feeling aggrieved by
La Grande, Oregon, July 6, 1910.
CITY COUNCIL. OF LA GRANDE,
OREGON. ; :
By D. E. COX. Recorder of the City of
La "Grande, Oregon.
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Xotlce of Street Improvement
To Whom It MaV Concern: 1
." Notice is hereby given that In pur- j
Buance of a resolution adopted by the
Common Council or the City 'of La
Grande, Oregon,, on the 9th. day of
Feb., 1910, creating Improvement Dis
trict No. 16 and designating Sixth
Street, as such district, and In pur
suance of a resolution adopted by said
Common Council on the , 17th day of
June, 1910, whereby said Council de
termined and declared its intention
to improve all that portion of Sixth
Street in said Improvement district
as hereinafter described by laying
thereon Bitulithlc , pavement,, the
Council will, ten days after the ser
vice of this nottce upon the owners
of the property affected and benefited
by such improvement, order that said
above described Improvement be made,
that the boundaries of said district to
be so Improved are as follows: All
that portion of Sixth Street, from the
North line of Washington Avenue, to
the North line of "K" Avenue.
Notice is hereby further given that
ment on all the property affected and ,
benefited' by such Improvement for the
purpose of paying for such improve
ment. That the estimated cost of
such Improvement is the sum of
That the Council will on the 13th day
of - July, 1910, meet at the Council
chamber at the hour of S o'clock.
P.' M., to consider said estimated cost,
and the levy of said assessment, when
a hearing will bj granted to any per
Bon feeling aggrieved by such assess
ment. . " -. ' I
La Grande, Oregon, June 22, 1910.
CITY, COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
By I. E. COX, Recorder of the C.t"
of La Grande, Oregon. ,
"Can be depended upon" is an expmiion
we all like to hear, and when it is uaed in
connection with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy it means that it
never fails to cure diarrhoea, dysentery oi
bowel complaints. It is pleasant to take and
i quail j valuable for children and adults..
Ordinance No. 4153. Scries 11)10.
An ordinance authorizing the May
or and Recorder to enter into a con
tract with C. T. Darley, for building
cement sidewalks and curb on Penn
sylvania Avenue and 4th street.
THE CITY OF LA GRANDE DOES
ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS".
Section 1. That the Mayor and Re
corder of the City of La Grande, Ore
gon, be, and they are hereby author
ized and directed to enter a contract
with C. T. Darley, for building cement
sidewalk and cement curb on and
along Pennsylvania avenue and
Fourth street, in front of the proper
ty of the City, and the intersection
of said avenue and street, for a sum
not to exceed the amount bid by said
Darley. .. '
Section 2. This ordinance shall be
published In one issue of the La
Grande Evening Observer and after
Its approval by the Mayor, shall take
effect on and from the 9th day 'of
passed by the Council on the Cth
day of July, 1910 by five members
Approved this 8th day of July, 1910.
, F. L. MEYERS, Mayor.
D. E. COX. Recorder.
i Safer than National Banks J
Better than u. a. laora uonas y
UNION COUNTY LANDS.
Why invest in foreign cities and wireless stock, when j
you have a sure thing at home ? g ,
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See C. J BLACK,
who has a large list of money makers.
A One Sided Dual.
An anecdote of General Israel Put
nam describes him as having declared
his ( detestation of dueling as a mere
excuse for turning assassination into
n game of chance and yet having been
forced by public opinion to accept the
challenge of a brother office. They met
the next morning, but before the chal
lenger could fairly get Into joslM?
"Old Put'.' began blazing away at hlco.
reloading as fast as possible after each
Jre. His victim protested vigorojsly.
"Great heaven, sir." he ejaru'.jaed.
"is this the conduct of an ofheer snd a'
gentleman? What are you tryinj to
"What urn 1 trying to do?" roared
Putnam as he rammed another charge
into tlit? muzzle of his pUtol. "I'm try
ing to kill you. sir. You came Lre
bent on murdering mo. and do you sup
pose I am going to (stand tamely and
submit to it? Xo. r If you don't
beat a retreat In Iohh time than it takes
old Heath to hang a Tory there'll be
nothing left of you lo carry off."
The officer aw "Old Put" meant it
and took to his heels.
C. T. DARLEY,
1205 N Avenue, or McKennon, Phy 6 Roberts. J
Irrigation and Structural Engineer, i
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Surveying, Plain and Reinforced Concrete, General Con- 4
trading. Estimates Furnished, Reference, United States 4
Reclamation Service, 4
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Natural Mineral Water
Bottled as It Flows From the Spring
It's flood for what Mis You