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Notice of the Recorder of the City
of La Grande. Oregon of assessment
for the Improvement of Chestnut
street, from the north line of Adam
Aenue. to the south curb line of
Notice la hereby given that the t?
sessment roll for the Improvement of
Chestnut street, from the north line
of Adams avenue to the south curb
4 provement district No. 2a. In the City
of la Grande. Oregon, under the pro-
visions of Ordinance No. 491. Series
-aA .n.mui uAn Ordinance declar
ing the cost of improving Chestnut
street from the north line of Adams
avenue to the south curb line of Jef
t .nn assMsInr the property
KttA tharettv iWlarlnK BUCh SS-
sessment and directing the entry of
the same on the Docket of City Liens,
authorising the Issuance of Improve
ment bonds to pay for said improve
ment and declaring an emergcuij.
Koinr in imorovement dis
vn ; in said city. Is now In my
hands for collection and that any as-
essment thereto may be paia io me
Hm within sixty days from
November 21st. 1S10. which is the first
date of the publication of this notice,
.itkn,.t nannirr. Interest or cost: and
lil'VU, . -
each property owner Is hereby noJ-
nd that on appncauun iu iuc uuv.
Igned, within ten days from the lst
vmimw iio. which Is the
first date of this publication of this
notice, he will be allowed to pay such
i in tn annual Install
ments, the first Installment thereof
be'ng due and payable on or before
tk ! Av nt JancarT.-ldll. If ap-
tiTttnn fa nrvt made AS &DOT6 DTO
Tided . the whole amount will be due j
aua pavaoie i me fiinuuu ui
sixty days. All property owners In
terested are hereby nodded to appear
at my ofSce in the City Hall and pay
the same. '
Fly order of the Council. November
D. E. COX.
Recover of the City of La Grande,
Fallowing Is assessment roll No. 6.
Block 114. Lot 1. Chaplin's Addition.
J. E. Foley. $329.05.
Block 114. Lot 2. Chaplin Addition.
. Julius Roesch. 1230.59.
Block 114. Lot 5. Chaplin's Addition,
Julius Roesch. 1138.56.
Block 114, Lot 4.Chaplin't Addition,
Julius Roesch. $92.40.
Block 114. Lot 5. Chaplin's Addition.
Julius Roesch. $92.40.
Block 114. Lot 6. Chaplin't Addition.
Julius Roesch. I4S.54.
Block 114. Lot 22. Chaplin's Addi
tion. J. E. Foley. I2T7.S3.
Block 114. Lot 21. Chaplin's Addi
tion. J. E. Foley. $194.60. .
Block 114. Lot 20. Chaplin's Addi
tion. J. E. Foley. $US.4.
Block 114. Lot 19. Chaplin's Addi
tion. J. E. Foley. $77.70.
Block 114. Lot 18. Chaplin's Addi
tion. J. E. Foley. $77.70.
Block 114. Lot 17. Chaplin's Addi-
tion. J. E. Foley. $39.08.
Block 115. Lot 13. Chaplin's Addi
tion W J rhnrth. 1229.05.
Block 115. Tot i;. rnannns &aa-
tinn W T fTmrch. $220.60
mock 115. Lot 11. cnapims Ac
tion. W. J. Church. $138.76.
Work 115. Lot 10, cnapnn s aooi-
Uon. W. J. Church. $32.40.
Block 115. Lot 9, Chaplin Aaaiuou.
W. J. Church. $92.40.
Rlock 115. Lot 8. Chaplin s Aao.uca.
W. J. Church, $15.84.
P.lnrk 113. Lot 14. cnapun s A-A
tion, J. E. Foley. $296-35. ' '
nwv it IS. Chanlin's All:
tion. George Sutherland. $207.45.
Block 115. Lot 16. taapuns Ac
tion, George Sutherland. $124.76.
Block 115. Lot 17. Laapuns aiji
tinn tn?ei D. Mahaffey. JS3.05.
Block 113. Lot 18. Chaplin's Addi
tion. Maggie D. Mahaffey. $83.05.
Block 115. Lot 19. tnapuns agqi-
tlon, A. W. Rynearson. tst, su.
Votu- r,r the Recorder of the City
of La Grande, Oregon, of assessment
fnr th Improvement of Adams avenue
from the west line of Fourth street
to the east curb line or intra street
Votir. Ib hereby Etven that the as
sessment Toll for the improvement
of Adams avenue, from the west line
oT Fourth 6treet to tae east curb nne
f vMrii Btrtet. beine in nnnrovement
i.r Vn i In the City of L?
Grande. Oregon, under the provisions
of Ordinance Xo. 4'JZ. series isiv, eu
tltled "An Ordinance d?clarlng th?
m nt tmtrnvinir Adams avenue from
the west lina-of Fourth street to the
est rnrh lin of Third street, assess
ing the property henefittd thereby .
declaring suca assessment aau u-.wl-irr
tha entry of ih" same on the
Docket of City Hens, authorizing the
lfsu3nce of Improvement oonas to pay
Block 2. 1-2 Lot 7. Grandy"! Addl
tion. C. H. Finn. $23 1.3 a. -
Block 2. Lot 5, Granay a Aaa-uon,
Mrs. R- W. Uughlin.' $121X2. I
Block 2. Lot 4. Granays Aacuicn.i
Martha J. Long. $40.72.
Block t. 1-2 Lot 8. Grandvs Addi
tion. Sarah A- Smith, $256.07.
Hiock 2. 1-2 Lot 9. Grandy's A.ar-
irn Sarah A. Smith. $131it3.
Block i. 1-2 Lot 8. Grandy's A'
tion. A. W. Rynearson. Est. $236.i
Block 2. 1-2 Lot 9. Granay s at
tion. A. W. Rynearson. Est, $131i3.
Block 2. Lot 10. Grandy's Addlfor
William Johnson. $131X2.
Block 2. Lot 11. Granay s Aaa:uor .
Ernest Lewis, $44.15
Block 3. Lot 1. Granay s AaaJtor.
B W. Grandy. $525.80.
Block 2. Lot 2. Granay s Aaaitson
a W. Grandy. $202.75.
Block 1. Lot 5. Grandy's Aaaiuon
B. W. Grandy. $S13.
Block 2. Lot 4. Granay Aaaiuon
B W. Grandy. $40.72.
Block 3. east 75 reet or Lai n
Grandy's Addition, B, W. Grandy
Block 3. east 75 feet of Lot i&
Grandy's Addition. B. W. Grandy
v Block 3. west 66 feet Lot 14. Gran
dy's Addition. Same A. t., raimer
Block 3. west f 0 feet Lot 13. Gran
ny's Addition. Sallie A. T. - Palmer.
Block 3. C0xl5. S. TV., cor. Lot 12
Grandy's Addition. Sallie A- T. Falmer
Block 3. balance Lot 12, Grandy's
Addition. B. W. Grandy. $730.
Block 3. Lot 11. Grandy's Addition.
B w. Grandy, $44.13.
TOtert rirht to vote, whkh Is based
upon his reaidenoe In the precinct
and tt. It "would be utterly to
xnaterlal for the witness to know the
house nd not know that the propos
ed voter lived there. The witness must
kLow of his own personal knowledg
that the proposed voter has lived It
h a. state six months preceding tn
election and resides' at a certain
In answer to the question, if an iv
reduction or the voter by some onf
o a freeholder, and his statement tc
uch freeholder or freeholders, are
sufficient to Justify such oath, I will
answer, emphatically, no. Any one
DossessInK ft rudimentary knowledge
of law or legal procedure, or even
common sense, knows that affidavits
and evidence are. not based upon
nerBon whose veracity" is thu point la
in question. Such contention is rldi
-I-,..- m-w a .v-nrA Thtt nmmon mean
CUiuuB wu ouwm.v. "
ing of the word, acquainUnce means
more than a mere Introduction to a
stranger, and in law it is the same.
If the law has been violated in th
wholesale manner reported, the mat
ter should be investigated by the
grand Jury. If not then this talk
JNO. S. HODGIN.
DirktoiyTof.e; Fratenial Orders
' of La Grande, Oregon
V F. Jb A- M- La Grande Lodge No.)
41. A. F. A. M. holds regular meet- j
tags first and third Saturdays
7-30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. JOHN P. HODGIN, V. M.
A. a WILLIAMS. Secretary.
REBEKAilS Crystal Ledge jja
meeU every, evening In the I. 0 c i
F. halL AH Tlaltlng members irj I
layited to attend. j
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, N. q, j
MRS. JENNIE M. SMITH. . I
r n emereency." the same being In im
provement district No.l. in said Citr
la now In my hands for collection an
that any assessment therein niny be
paid to me at any time wtthin sixty
days from November 21st. 1910. which
is the lrst date or tne puoncauon ci
this noUce. without penalty. Interest,
or cost; and each property owner Is
notified that on application to the un-!
derslgned within ten days from the
21st day of November. 1910. which Is
the date of the first publication oi
this notice he will be allowed to pay
such assessment in ten annual Install
ments, the , first Installment thereof
being due and payable on or before
the 21st day or January. 1911. If ap
plication is not made as above provid
ed the whole amount wui oe an wa
payable at the expiration of said sixty
days. All property owners imerw
ed are hereby totifled to appear at
my office in the City hall and pay the
, By order of the Council. November
D. E. COX.
Recorder of the City of La Grande.
Following is the assessment roll
No. 1. '
Block 2. 1-2 Lot 7. Grandy's Addi
tion. A. W. Rynearson. Est.. $231.95.
Block 2. 1-2 Lot 6. Grandy's Addi
t'on. A. W. Rynearson. Est. $12164.
Block 2. 1-2 Lot 6. Grandy's Addi
tion. C R Finn. $121 fit
Editor of The Observer:
Since the election different persons
have asked what facts must be sworn
to In order to "swear In" a voter w"ho
has not registered, and upon what the
oath required must be based.
Section . 2S62 -of Ballinger ft Cot
ton's Comp. of the laws of Oregon, re
quires such voter to awear to a cer
tain fact3 relating to his age, nativ
ity, occupation, etc.. and to a resi
dence In some certain section, town
ship and range, or, If la a city, to the
street number and room; and this af
fidavit must be corroborated by the
affidavit of six f reeholderi to the ef
fect that they are personally ac
quainted with the Toter and his resi
dence as stated, that is, that they
are familiar and more or less conver
sant with him. and have personal (not
hearsay) knowledge of his residence
as stated in his affidavit Is that he
resides at a certain place and has re
sided In the state six months preced
ing the election. Residence In this
connection clearly means the act of
residing, and not the house. The ob
ject of the oat being to ascertain the
The total regulation cf Portugal at
the last census. 1000. was 5.423.000.
Lisbon, where the revolution first
broke oot has a population of ouly
Agriculture In Portugal is a failure,
little more than half of the area of
the country being put to practk-al use.
Soldiers in Portugal are paid about
30 rels Z centsi aud allowed twelve
ounces of bread, together with some
Spanish cigarettes, as a daily wage.
Principal articles of diet In Portu
gal's northern districts consist of dried
codfish pickled In Norway, goafs flesh,
which is black and hard, black bread
made from Indian corn and salt aud
acid wine in lieu of water.
L P. O. E- La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in Elk's club, corner of De
pot atreet and Washington avenae.
Visiting brothers are cordially Ln
vltea to attend.
DR. G. L. BIGCERS. Ex Rul'
HIXH McCALL. Ree. Sec
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. 0. W.
meets every second and fourth Tues
day in the month. All visiting mem
J. H- KEENET. Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red CrtsJ
Lodge No. 27 meets every MoWm (
-i.v.l. Ii.11 f.tj . t
nigUP 1U VWUO IUU, UI :
A Pythian welcome to all yUItiji
Knfehta. ' ; . ,
JESS PAUL, an
R. I LINCOLN. M. of R. ft &
j w "Tji Grande Camn No. 77s!
meets every Monday in the month at
the I. O. O. F. ball. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
I. R. SNOOK, C.
D. E. COX, Clerk.
0. e! S. Hope Chapter No, li o. r
C. holds stated communications th'
second and fourth Wednesdays '
each month. Visiting members cor ¬
dially invited. -
MART A. WARNICK, Sec.
PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT-CaB'
Ronde Circle No 47 meets ew,!
first and third Thursday eTnlan'
in the month at the I. 0. 0. F, tut:,'
" ; - - - uuki
CHLOE ROBINSON. G. V
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH, Cleri
HIOfK lis. IJPl 1 - vnpnn ntiuT-
I . M. HE ACOCK-
Eyesight Specialist and Manufacturing Optician
I have the ONIL lens grinding
machine in Union county and I
have ground every lens that has
been ground by any one living
la La Orande. I defy any other
la Union county to prove that
' he ground ONE glass.
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Bring in your broken glasses as
I can grind you the accurate
lens as quickly as some one else
could substitute. Tou will get 1
the RIGHT glass if you come
Train and Track.
TJzht motorcars, driven by storage
batteries, are gradually replacing hand
cars for section crews on some rail-roods.
The number of refrigerator cars at
present on the European railway sys
tem Is only 1.0S5 against over 90.000
In the United States. Efforts are beinj
made to better conditions.
An American-Turkish railroad to
start at the shores of the Mediterra
nean and to penetrate Asia Minor and
Armenia has been given the favor of
the Ottoman government and Is likely
to be realized. It will be 1.200 miles
long and will cost $100,000,000.
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FtlZGERALD. Proprietor
Gmpl2te Machine Shops and Foundrv .
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
When 1 fit you with glasses,
toot gUssca will not teed to be
changed every two or three
months. Come here and get fit
TAKE CARE of YOUR
The care of your eyes ts a
very Important matter if you
should wear glasses that were
not suited to you. It would but
aggravate the trouble,
should be exceedingly careful
who fits your glasses. Intrust
that work to some one of known
I have a thorough knowledge
of thla profession, combined
with a long experience In the
latest scientific methods of eye
THE LEADING PHYSICIANS
OF LA GRANDE ARE NOW
SENDING ME ALL THEIR PA
TIENTS WHEN TKET SUS
PECT EYE STRAIN.
My price for glasses that fit
is from $3 to JS according to the
grinding. If you lay more ttaa
that yoi pay too much, if you
pay less yoa do not ret good
An English Inventor has patented a
corkscrew with a lever joq one sUe to
enable the tightest cork to be drawn
with little effort.
A typewriter stand containing a
turntable to swing the machine to op
posite sides for the use of two per
sons has been invented.
A novel lawn sprinkler patented by
an Illinois man carries the spray nox-
xle on the ecd of a spirally corrugated
piece of rubber hose, the action of the
water against whkh causes it to gy
rate In tortuous circles, throwing the
water in all directions.
Tales of Cities.
Marseilles is one of the few large
cities of the world whkh show a per
sistent Increase in Infant mortality.
London is twelve miles' across one
way' and seventeen the other. Every
year about twenty miles of new streets
are added to It
Though the accidents In the streets
of New York are increasing la num
ber, the proportion of fatalities Is grow
tag less. Out of the last 17.000 acci
dents L200 were classified as serious.
AT THE CITY GROCERY
H. H. Lettuce Lemons
Sweet Potatoes Pineapples
OFFICES NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE
Leland Stanford university has en
tered a socker team in the California
league, consisting of five other San
Princeton has discarded the tackling
dummy, but Roper is giving a lot of
! attention to Instruction In "live ta
kllug" on the football field.
! Football was the biggest income for
Harvard athletks for the season of
! 191G. $3S337.4S being taken la,- while
a god deal less than half ef i that
amount was used for expenses for the
f Fc-rter Sanford ts the latest "old
guard player who ha come out
strong for the sew rales. Bill Ed
j wards of Princeton say, The new
; game may be all right, twt for myself
i -ve'.l Tra g-'d I played la the good
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lurnips rop Urn
Green Peppers Heinz Mince Meat
Ripe and Green Olives
NUTS OF ALL KINDS
Pecans Pine Peanuts