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-V' EX GRANDE EVENING OBSERVES '.IOXDAY, JULY 11, 1910. "'''Pl-JI
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AH Boys (IptM
Now is the time to Save Money by Buying tH Boys' Clothes at Cost
a a PENINOTON
An Indian ran h
out a Piano. But
to be an Indian?
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STEINWAY, LUDWG, KERTZMANN, A. B.CHASE
C0N0VER Pianos for sale by
So To Scott !
2 Cut Glass and Hand Painted China
S Frorii now until July 17, 1 will make a specially
will pay you to examine my stock arid get a good se
lection before buying your gifts.
All styles of wedding rings including Tiffanv.
round, oval, etc., at lowest prices in Eastern Oregon,
I will Save You Money. ' .( ,; U
5 J. H. Peare,
SHOOTING SCRAPE HAS HEARING
La Grande's LeadingMeweler,
DON'T YOU MISS I
Participant Bound (her One
Man as a Witness.
The 'shooting scrape between Henry
Aldrlch and Jesse Halley July 3, at
the lake, resulted in a preliminary
hearing Wednesday, after which Hen
ry Aldrlch was bound over in the sum
of $1200, to await the action of the
grand jury, and Jesse Halley was
placed under $500 bonds as a prosecu
ting witness. Both men were brought
to Enterprise, says the Enterprise
The tight is said to have occurred
near a refreshment stand at the head
of the lake, July 3. It was testified
to' In the hearing that Aldrlch and
Halley had some words, whereupon
Halley is alleged to have struck Al
drlch across the head with a lemon
squeezer. Aldrlch Is alleged to have
secured a pistol and fired, wounding
Halley in the right shoulder.
Roth men were virtually strangers
In Wallowa county probably having
been attracted hero by the celebration
at the head of the lake. Prosecuting
Attorney T. M. Dill appeared for the
state In the preliminary hearing, be
fore Judge Smith and Attorney Daniel
Boyd for the defendant, Aldrlch. In
that Judge Knowles has sent word
that the circuit court will convene
next Tuesday it is probable that the
hearing will be had practically at
its approval by the Mayor shall be in
force and take effect on and after the
9th day of Anensr. 1910
Passed the Council on the 6th day
of July, 1910, by five members voting
Approved this 8th day of July, 1910.
F. L. MEYERS, Mayor.
D. E. COX, Recorder.
.otlce of Street Improvement
To Whom it May Concern r
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of a resolution adopted by the
Common Council of the City, of La
Grande, Tlregon, on the 5th day of
August, 1909, 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 13th
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
1 dam. the Council will, ten days after
the service of this notice upon the
! owners of the property affected and
i benefitted by such Improvement, or
der that the above described improve
ment be made: that the boundaries of
said district to be so Improved are as
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
the 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 hearlne will be rnntid
to any person feeling aggrieved by
La Grande, Oregon, July 6, 1910,
CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
By D. E. COX, Recorder of the City of
La Grande, Oregon.
Wilson & Brillian,
Prompt and careful attention
given all work. All work guar
anteed to pass underwriters'
Besf ELECTRl? IROH on the
market; also ELEC1RIC FANS '
One Door south of Observe!
THE WAY OUT of a SOCIAL DILEMMA
Ordinance So. 4G1. Series 1910.
Could You use another Suit at a price?
We believe you can and will, arter you learn the value of the suit and
the Price that will buy it.
We're going to do some great stunts in the way of suit selling.
A GREAT SUIT SALE
The Suits are our best the newest we have.
All fashionably "cut and excellently tailored, from choice fab
ric not a tale ot old aulta, but -a sale of new suits. Suits that
you can wear at any season of Una year.
There will be a rush for these Suita, for everybody knows that
when we advertise to do a thing, we never fall to deliver the goods.
Select your suit at once don't delay.
Get in line with the men who will carry these suits away. Suits
under their anna and aavlnga in their pockets. Can you afford to
miss this opportunity!
Clothiers and Furnishers
An Ordinance providing for the des
truction of Russian, Canada, Chinese
and other thistles. white mustard,
cockleburr and silver salt bush and
THE CITY OF LA GRANDE DOES
ORDAIN AS FOLIXDWS.
Section 1. If any peison, persons,
or corporation owning, or having the
care or charge of any lots or blocks
or parcels of land v.ith!n the City of
La Grande, Oregon, improved or un
improved, enclosed or unenclosed,
shall knowingly permit or allow any
Russian, Canda, Chinese or other
thistle, or any white mustard cockle
bur, silver salt bush or dandelion, to
grow up thereon, and suffer the same
to stand until its bloom falls or its
seeds besin to form, such person, per
sons or corporations shall, upon con
viction thereof before the Recorder of
this city, be punished by a fine of not
less than $2.50, nor more than $10.00.
Section 2. It shall be the duty of
the street superintendent to ascertain
from time to time whether or not
there is within the City any of the
above described and mentioned
weeds; if any such weeds are found
by him, he shall serve or cause to be
served upon the owner, occupant or
person having the care and charge of
the lands upon which the same are
found a written notice of such fact.
Said notice shall be served by deliv
ering to the owner, occupant or per
son in charge of said premises, a
copy of said notice duly certified to
be such by the person serving the
Bame, and If there be no occupant of
such land, then said notice shall be
posted In a conspicuous place there
on; the person serving the said notice
shall make due return of the service
of posting of the same and file the ori
ginal with the recorder of the city.
Section 3. This ordinance shall be
published in one issue of the La
Grande Evening Observer and after
Don't bake over
a hot stove
Phone your order
for all bakery
Getting a fourth hand for "bridge" is only one
of a thousand social uses of the Telephone, and
telephone service promotes sociability and good
fellowship because it brings neighbors closer to
gether. Your friends all live within talking dis
tance. It is the same with your out-of-town friends the
universal service of the BellSystem makes them
your neighbors, too. . Your voice can rsach all fey
means of the Bell Long Distance .Service.
Every Bell Telephone is the Centre
of the System.
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We Have Them.
Six pound Elec
tric Flat Irons at
Light and Power
lim OF CURES colds
THE WONDER WORKER
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS
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when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my case Incurable,
but thanks be to God. four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me aa eiTnn1tW that T m
all sound and weU. MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind.
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