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LA GKANDE EVENING OBSERVED TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910.
JTo'.Iee ef Stmt Impmeawnt
To whom It mr concern: Notice Is
hereby given that to pursuance of s
resolution adopted by the Common
Council of th City of La Grande. Ore
gon on the 21st day of September. 1910.
creating Improvement District No.
2t and designating Cedar street as
such district, and In pursuance of a
resolution adopted by said Common
Council on the 21st day of Septem
ber. 1910, whereby said founcil deter
mined and declared Us intention to
improve all that portion of Cedar
Street, In said improvement district,
as hereinafter described, by laying
thereon board sidewalk, the Coun
, I1, will ten days after the serrioe of
this notice npon the owners of the
property affected and berefltted by
such Improvement, order that said
above described Improvements be
:made; that the boundaries of said ills
strict to be so. Improved are as fel-;
Miss Katherlne P. Mitchell, gradu
ate and post graduate In Oratory and
English, Cumnock school. Northwest
ern university, Chicago, 111., Privat
and closs work. Elocution, Oratory,
Dramatic work. Physical Culture, Tu
tor and Critic, English Literature and
Composition. Phone Black 331. 1403
Get my prices. I am
glad to give you estimates
1425 Adams Are.
IA QRMiOE, - 1 ORE
112 1-2 acres, 5 acres bearing orchard, 75 acres under cultivation, 6
room house, pantry, bath and closets; new; large barn, 60x90 feet;
good condition; household furniture; 3 bead horsee, 3 cows, 1 year
ling, 1 calf, 2 pigs, 1 wagon, 1 mower; 1 rake; one sulkey plow;
1 hand plow; 1 cultivator; 1 harrow; 2 lawn mowers; $80.00 sep
arator and all other small tools on farm; 4 miles from La Grande;
all for $12,000.00. Let me show you.
C. J. BLACK
The Real Estate Man
Iff us tell you all about It
light and Power
All that portion of Cedar etreet,
from the South curb line of C" ave
nue, to the south csrb line of "A" sve
nue. Notice Is hereby further given
that the Council will levy a special
assessment on all the property affect
ed and benefitted by such Improve
ment That the estimated cost of such
Improvement is the sum of $330.00.
That the. Council will on the 12th day
of October, 1910. meet at the Council
chamber at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m.
to consider said estimated cost, and
the levy ft said assessment, when a
hearing will be granted to any per
son feeling aggrieved by such as
sessment La Grand, Oregon, Sept 2b, 1910.
CITT COUNCIL OP
CITY COUNCIL OP LA GRANDE.
Recorder of the City of La Grande.
Sept 80 to Oct 11.
Good Things to Know.
If you now own a Hyomel hard
rubber Inhaler, the Newlin Drug Co.
wants you to know that they wilt
sell you a bottle of HYOMEI for only
Remember this, all who suffer with
catarrh a botUe of HYOMEI (pro-
uuuuuw it Iliftu-v-uie) la ui up lu a
separate package and sold for CO cents
to accommodate the vast army of peo
ple who already own a Hyomel inhal
er. They will sell It to you, at that
price and give you the opportunity to
begin at once to rid yourself of vile
catarrh and the snuffling, hawking
and spitting that go with it.
Many people through years of neg
lect have let catarrh get a strong hold
upon them. Some of these people un
reasonably think that one bottle of
HYOMEI ought to cure them.
No matter how chronic your catarrh
al troubles, HYOMEI is guaranteed by
the NEWLIN.DRUG CO. to cure them
if you give It half a chance. Just
breathe It, that's all and its healing,
soothing antiseptic properties will
make you feel better in a day. s
If you own an Inhaler get a 50 cent
bottle of HYOMEI today. If you do not
own a Hyomel inhaler, ask for a $1.00
outfit, which Includes inhaler.
In burins a couch medicine, don't be
afrajd to get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
There is no danger from it, and relief is sure
to follow. Especially recommended for
coughs, colas and whooping cough.
European Plan Only
Rooms 50c to $1.50
First class Throughout
D. G. BRIGHOUX,
ONE BLOCK FROM DEPOl
La Grande, Oregon
iN.hy pay Rent ? Vile loan you
money to build, and you
pay us as you would rent.
J. R. 0UVER.
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FEOFESSIOXAL D1RECT0BT. O
A " " V
raisiaixs A?TD SUBGEOS.
M. MOLITOR, M. D. Physician
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave.
rvmnt street. Office. Main 68: lies!-
isyw ' .
C H. UPTON. Ph. G. M. D. Physician
and surgeon. Special attention to
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Office
in La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phones: Office Mala 2, Resi
dence Main 32. .
A. L. RICHARDSON Physlelan and
surgeon. Office Hours: 2 to 6 p. m.
except Sunday. Sunday by appoint
. menta. Telephones: Office, Black
1362; Ind. 353; residence, Mala 65;
GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7,
8, 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332,
Pacific, Main 8, Residence phone,
Black 951. Successor , to Dr. C. B.
DR. M. P. MENDELSOHN Doctor of
Optics. Spectacles and Bye Glasses
Fitted and made to order. All er
rors of Rsfraotioa Corrected. , 1101
Adams Ave. Foley Hotel Bldg. La
Grande. Oregon. f
DR. H. L. UNDER wOOD ana UK.
DORA J. UNDERWOOD Office ov-
er Wright Drag store. Bpsoial at
tention paid te diseases and sargery
of the eye. , .
Phones OBee Mala 22; residence,
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist. Room
23, La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phone Black 399.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary sur
geon. Office at Hill's Drag Store,
La Grande. Residence atone, Bed
701; Office phone. Blaek 1361; Inde
pendent phone 13; both phones at
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
COCHRAN & COCHRAN Attorney:
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran. La Grande National Bank
Bldg., La Grande, Oregon.
T. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at Law.
Practices in al Ithe courts of the
State and United States. Office in
La Grande National Bank Bldg., La
D. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer.
Baker City, Oregon.
. of -
It is now
UP TO YOU
The popular COLONIST FARES
will again be in effect between
September 15th, and October 15,
during which period tickets to La
Grande will be on sale daily from
CHICAGO at .
ST. LOUIS . .
OMAHA . . ,
ST. PAUL . .
and from other cities correspond
ingly low. These are Westbound,
one-way fare only, but anyone
here can PREPAY for relatives
or friends in the East, if desired. t
Consult your local railroad ag
ent . '
to let the world know of our vast
resources and splendid opportun
ities for HOME BUILDING. Write
to everyone you know in the
East. Send them good instruc
tive printed matter, and tell them
that the cost of getting here is
but little more than halt the us
ual cost, and to call on a repre
ntViv of !: O. R. & N. Co.,
v.! 'Vi;' Information, or
General Passenger Agent
TOTAL OF CARS LIMITED7 BUT
THE SHOW IS MAGMFICEXT.
Plenty of Fire Works Helps to Make
the Show one of Much Beauty.
While a mere handful of only twen-ty-two
cars were numbered in the
automobile parade last night, the pyro
technic features added to the show
made by the automobiles and enter
tained a large audience on Adams aye:
nue last night with satisfaction. It
was perhaps due as much as anything
to the fact that there was a heavy
dust Btorm prevalent -that more cars
did not show up for the dress parade,
but even as it was there was a style
and a class about the show which
easily branded La Grande as an auto
mobile town. With the exception of
cars from Perry and Island City, the
string was made up of local cars en
tirely. Skyrockets, fuzes and red fire
lighted the line of march as It buzzed
along uie pavement on auhuih uveuuo.
The most striking; picture made by
the paraders was when "tie cavalcade
was -viewed from in front, each car
carrying four front lights, which made
a total of 88 lights, which in turn,
augmented by V1 'fireworks from the
sidewalks, made a very attractive
picture. , . ' '
The interest shown demonstrates
that automobile parades are popular
and that more of them would not be
Two 1911 models were presented in
the marade and from these classy
machines, the styles presented dwind
led down to the handmade auto be
longing to Robert Plant He made it
The fish that'll bite .
And set away
May live to tryt
At any rate,
Without a doubt .
He'll be the skate
Most talked about
, Stiir Knocking.
Mrs. Stubb John, this health maga
line states that more bachelors take
Turkish baths than married men.
Mr. Stubb (smiling)-Well, that's
nothing extraordinary, Maria. You
know there are lots of married men
whose wives keep them in "hot water
all of the time Chicago News.
Cupid and Mammon.
Young ladles who will wed for gold
Will. In a manner blithe and breesy.
Bay "Yes" to any man, we're told.
With wealth enough to make life easy.
And only men with gold to burn
Can lead them to the kirk or rnln'ster.
They're quick to wed, but not to earn
They toll not neither do they spinster.
"Why fiidn't you try to rescue that
young lady when she called for help?"
asked the prosecuting attorney.
"Well, you see," answered the wit
ness, "I'm a married man, and I didn't
suppose it was married men she was
yelling for." Detroit Free Press. ,
Full many a gem of purest ray serene
The dark, unfathomed caves of ocean
Full many a woman's backbone may b
Because a hook has come unfastened
WINTER HORSE RACING. .
Jacksonville and Juarez, Two Popular
Tracks, to Hold Long Meetings.
Now thnt the pessimists have placed
nn air of finality upon the life of rae
laj in and about New York It might
be of moment to announce that the
winter tracks, or. rather, representa
tives of .livinz. Mexico: Jacksonville,
l-'lfi.. .-ml Oakland.- Cal..' are mighty
'n;v 1w3. Monorlof park, Jackson-
r!'lc. will throw open Its gates Nov. 1.
'n remain iiKn 100 or more racing
larp. .Tr.nrea, owinjr to improvement
vi!l i.nt 1 e rmuly for occupancy until
Nov. 24. tlif original date. However,
Oaklxod, v.lth nil the astuteness of
on? Tom Wl!l!nm brought to play,
will atti?npt' to prejurte the start by
opprlajj np Nov. 12. This assures, the
horstiin plonty of winter racing.
Humor and ?
9r VJfCAJt M. SMI TM
T7VERY time you are knocked over
get up and go at It again. After
awhile you will get a name for never
giving up. s
'Hope for the best until something
better turns up. '
A firm determination boa. its work to
do when it meets up with a run of bad
luck. ' "
Don't talk about your evil fortune.
The world is fond of cheer up stories.
Shirk and the world shirks with you;
work and you toil alone.
Don't tell. your story to every ear
that is. handy. Some may charge for
There may "te exemplary men who
are not on the level. They may be en
gaged on an Inclined plane with up
ward tendencies. " ' V ' ?
Some experiences are so bitter that
It Is a shame not to get some good out
of them. "
' Not Mntt sM to annrftrtotA vonr few
blessings is 'what makes yon such a
bard kicker. . '
One woman is suing for a divorce
because her husband can't earn enough
to buy ber vpuffs enough, to keep her
hat on straight
The melancholy days have come,
And everything la out of plumb.
Tbb wind comee walllna from the west
And searches out the summer vct. ,
Man buttons up bis coat and sighs
As sand and cordwood All tils eyss:
"This sort ef weather ts a crime.
Come back, you good old summer time!"
.... ( . -v . : ' ' .
The breeses play a mournful tune,
A wall for the departed June.
The furnace (Ives a soulful wheeze
And says, "Soma fuel, if you please."
The air, a heavy ashen gray,
Mocks at the one who would be gay.
And o'er the meadows sear and brown
Five feet of woe have settled down.
Across the dull and leaden sky
The sun retiring floats and shy,
A dim and quite discouraged ball.
The foreat giants, Btafk and tall,
Wear branches bare enough to rush -To
beauty's modest cheek a blush.
All nature proves In language mute
The year Is slipping down the chute.
Dead leaves around the doorsteps creep,
The cheer up man goes home to weep,
The one who never cracks a smile
Feel that the world has swiped his
A lone and solitary crow
Caws out a prophecy of snow,
And over countryside and town
Grim vlsaged autumn settles down.
"Your husband seems to like to work
b the tfyden." ,
"Doe it seem that way f .
"He la out there a good deal. Does
he accomplish much?"
"Weli, a moving picture man who
tried to get him when he was real busy
might o to sleep on the Job and not
rpoil thy picture."
. .. . . i
but Not Prohibitionist
"We are going ..o take Brown out to
ramp with us." ' '
"That's a good idea."
"Because in case of a wet season
rou will always have something dry
"I don't like sarcastic people"
"Makes me so mad that I did not say
lie mean things first."
No longer do the heathen rage
Or pause to tbrow a fit. .
They take their troubles Into court
' And get the worst of It
"He has been
looking up bin
"And what did
"What do you
" "A yardann,"
Bothered 'Em Long Ago.
nippogrlff-Say. Euclid, why aren't
you working on your mathematics
- Eutlld-I have something more im
portant. . My wife has given me
telegram to swid thnt he wants put in
ten words. -Cleveland Lader..
WEOXG FIRM CREDITED.
Grande Konde Orchard Company
. Should Have Been Given Credit
Through a typographical error yes
terday, the Thronson Fruit company
was given credit for posting the $50
apple prize money atthe fair which
was won by C. H. ConkeyIt should
have been the Grande Rondo Orchard
'o'.Iee of Street Improvement
To whom it may concern: Notice is
hereby given that In pursuance of a
resolution adopted by the Common
Council of the City of La Grande, Ore
gon, on the 1st day of December, 1909,
creating Improvement District .No. 9,
and designating Fourih Street, as such
district, aan& in pursuance of a reso
lutlon adopted by said Common Coun
cil on the 2t8h day of September, 1910.
whereby said Council determined and
declared its Intention to improve1 all
that portion of Fourth street, In said
Improvement district, as hereinafter
described, by laying thereon Bitullth
lc pavement, the Council will, ten
days after the service of this" notice
upon the owners of the ; property af
fected and benefitted by such improve
ment, order that said above described
improvement be made; that the boun-.
darles of said district to be so im
proved are as follows: ' , (
All that portion of Fourth street,
from the north line of Adams avenue.
to the south curb li of "O' street or
avenue. Notice is hereby further given
that the Council will levy a special
assessment on ail the property af
fected and . benefitted by such t Im
provement for the purpose of paying
for such improvement That the esti
mated cost of such improvement is '
the sum of $29,745.00. That the Coun
cil will on the 12th day of October,
1910, meet at the Council chamber at
the hour of 9 o'clock p. m. to consider
said estimated cost, and the levy of
said assessment, when a hearing will
be granted to any person feeling ag
grieved by such assessment
La Grande, Oregon, Sept 28, 1910. .
CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
OREGON, , ,
' - , By D. E. COX,
Recorder of the City of La Grande,
Sept 30 to Oct. 11.
It Gosts Less than
1 Cent a Cup
IF YOU DRINK
! Barrington Hall i
Steel Gut-The chaff
and dust blown qut
The Result-a cup of
pure and delicious
coffee. H0c a pound
Use either phone
For Fair Week
I will make some Yer reas
enable prices on Heaters, new
and second hand. Would like to
talk about furnishing your
If you feel like visiting after
seeing the. Fair call at the store
well have chairs for yon. , '
Telephone: Black 1521
C. E. SUYDAM
1411-1413 Adams Ave.
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