LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911. PAGE 7 KoUee of Street Improvement To whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given that in pursuance or a resolution adopted by the Common Council of tha City of La Grande. Oregon, on the 1st day of February, 1911, creating Improvement District No. 31, and designating S' avenue, aa such district, and In pursuance of a resolution adopted by said "Common Council on the 1st day of February, 1911, whereby Bald Council determin ed and declared Its intention to im- Mr. BUSINESS MAN Do you realize the import ance of an Electric Sign in dnwinq trade to your store or place of business? We make a very low flat rate on sign lighting, and are prepared to quote at tructivz ptlces ci -ty kifd of a sign that you may de sire. ", Our representative is al ways ready to call and talk the matter over with you. Eastern Oregon Light & Power Company Phone Main 34 odern Your ' Old Shoes Made New, at the M Shoe Repair Shop Prices Lower Better Work -Quick Service . GIVE US A TRIAL. ' 108 ELM ST. NEXT to CITY HALL prove all that portion of "S" Avenue, in said improvement district as here inafter described, by laying thereon the south side, a board sidewalk, the Council will, ten days after tha ser vice of this notice upon the owneig of the property affected and benaSt ted by such Improvement; order thai said above described improvement be made; that the boundaries of said dis trict to be so improved are as fol lows. .., All that portion of "S" avenue, from the east side of Monroe avenue to the west eld a of Spruce street (A) And the property affected or benefitted by said improvement It as follows: The north, half of blocks 148 and 149 Chaplin's Addition to the Town of La Grande, Oregon. . Notice is hereby runner given thai tha Council will levy a special assess ment on all the property affected and I benefitted by such improvement for I the purpose of paying for such im provement. That the estimated cost of ' such Improvement is tha sum of $180 That the Council wll Ion the 15th day ofM arch. Wll. meet at the' Council chamber at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m to consider said estimated cost and 'he levy of said assessment, when i hearing will be grant d to any person feeling aggrieved by such assessment La Grapde, Oregon. February 2Qth 1911. CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE OREGON Ey. M. HUMPHREYS, Rerc-fter of the City of La Grande Oregon. j Wlin vr.T ami A lwVi rW Chamberfain's Cough Remed;. It will oon fix you up all right and w7: stf r.i ny tendency toward pneumonia. -nevty com aii. s m? rpimu (ir other nary ii'l may ha p!?- " '"it: tc a Hi- UMBRELLA REPAIRS Govers from 50 cts to Three Dollars L. C. Smith-La Grande yiihy pay Rent? We loan ysi money to build, ana yoi pay us as you would rent. , 7. R. OLIVER "lMl"l"H"M"H"H"l"l"l"W"H"H,ttiJt,H An Essential Thing and there are many, in the man. agement of 8 bank is the per sonal, painstaking care of its officers. Recognizing this re sponsibility, the officers of this institution keep themselves In touch with every Important do tail of the business. And the outcome! A generous,' and a steadily increasing patronage. . The United States National Bank, LA ZRANPE, OREGON 4 'I 'l"l"l"l"t"l"l"t"l"t It"l"li '1' 1' 1' 41 1' 't1 1"! 'H"f . FARQUHMSON'S LUNCH R00AT j; : ; 'Clam Chowder, Chile, Fruits, Cigars and Tobaccoes ! I Fresh imported Swiss and Limburger cheese 215 Fir Street ! riMHiiiiiiiiiiMiaiiimininiiiuntMnMiimn Cement Sidewalk Construction Co J, FIGURE WITH Baney I E ID F XOKTH P0WDEB ICE MAX 'HAS BIG 5 A TUBAL FLAM". Ten Thousand Tons Already Sold to Out of Towa Concerns. . A. Lund of North Powder was in the city yesterday looking after the La Grande end of his mammoth ice bus iness. Mr. Lund owns the best natural Ice pond on the Pacific coast on ac count of Us location, as North Pow der is the coldest place on the O-W Bystem, which cannot be explained unless it be atmospheric conditions. When the thermometer registers ro at Kamela it is several degrees cold ?r at North Powder. Mr. Lund has nractlcall'y controlled thf natural ice output of Eastern Oregon for several vears, which he says has proved very Profitable although he has spent a vast amount of money getting his in4 in such shape that practical vork co-.ild be done in handling ic far, this year, he has sold 13,000 tons. 3,000 for local consumption ano 10 00"o fof the Pacific Fruit Express Company, he stated yesterday that there are now on the ponds 10.00 tons ready to cut but stated that it i doubtful if a market could b-' A ' 0n v Mr, Lund ws jcomnanied by his wife and they will probably take trip to Portland and Sound joints hefore. returning to their home m North Powder. BOLTON'.RODMER' company exhi. BITS NEW MACHINE Two-IIoe Sprayer Makes Quick Work in Orchards Possible. Bolton-Bodmer company have just received and have on display jm im proved orchard sprayer. It is one of the most Improved type. The engine is the International. Harvester com pany's famous hopper cooled, which Is the latest of any on the market, and Jthe sprayer is a very new one, having double hose connection giving a capacity of two rows of trees at once. The tank is of 300 gallons capacity made of red wood , and the machine Is mounted on trucks. This makes this an Ideal spraying outfit. Bolton-Bodmer company .request any one Inter ested in fruit. culture or spraying to call and see the machine. Good Show Every person who, failed to gee "A Gentleman from Mississippi," that bo nanza of mirth and merriment at the Rose Theatre last night, missed one of tha best shows thataa been seen here this season. From Robt. A. Fisch er, who played., the part of Win. Lang don, the Junior senator from tue southern state, down to Mitchell Rob inson, as the colored bell-boy, thu company was perfect and the produc tion went through with a smoothness that showed them to be a group actors who thoroughly understand their art. At six o'clock the prospects for a full house looked rather bad but Mr. Irwin, having received telegram from Aberdeen, immediately telephoned the merlt3 of the play to his many friends. That they were not disappointed for heeding his call, is evident by the continual round of ap plause and laughter the production aroused. Centralis, Wash, newspap er. At the Steward theatro tonight Backache, EheamaUsm, Sleeplessness Result from disordered kidneys. Fo ley Kidney Pills hare helped others, they will help you. Mrs. J. B. Miller, Syracuse, N. Y., says. "For a long time I . suffered with kidney trouble and rheumatism. I had severe back aches and felt all played out After taking two bottles of Foiey Kidney P:ll my backache is gone and where I used to lie awake with rheumatic pnlns I now sleep In comfort." Foley K'dney Pills are a reliable remedy for backache, rheumatism and urinary 'rregularltlea. They are tonic in ac tion, quick in result and afford a prompt relief from all kidney disorder. TO STUD! Y. M. C I. AT PORTLAND HAS .-'."'NOVEL SCHEME AFOOT. Every Schoolboy Will be Given In. ' strurtlons In Gardencraft Portland, Or., March 5. (Special.! During th ; presont week, evef y schoolboy in Portland will ba macm familiar with the gardening contest to be inaugurated by the local Y. M. C. A. ' This competition will be op3u to all boys who desire to enter ana March 4 has been 'fixed as the date of registration. Early and late vegetables will be grown, those entering the early .con test devoting their attention to gar den peas, spinach, sweet p:as, let tuce and radishes. , Their contest will close June 24. The other divis ion will grow celery, tomatoes, cucum bers and winter squash. Se.ds win be bought by the young gardeners at wholesale rates and in cases where the boys have not back yards of their pwn suitable for the purpose the Y, M. C. A. will supply small plots ot ground without charge. , There Is no fee for registration and all it will cost the schoolboy will be . a very small sum for seeds and tools. been arranged and merchants or tne city have fallen Into the spirit of the contest in fine shape. All have been liberal In their reception or t-e soliciting committee. 'Among tne prizes are suits of clothes, cameras, rifles. fiBhing outfits, baseball and football outfits; roller skates, and all the other things that boys prize most highly. ' Last year the Y.' M. C. A. held a simillar contest In poultry Talsing. the object being to . give children a healthful . outdoor occupation out side of school hours and at the same time interest them in a useful in dustry. The gardening contest Is held for th-i same reasons, it being thought that there is too little educa tion thai' turns tlje attenton back to the soil. Each contestant will use a nlot of soil of equal size, and. all wilt rrow their gardens under like conditions. The ones who produc the best vegetables will be awarded the prizes. Notice of Final Account Notice is hereby given that Eliza beth Donnelly, administratrix of the estate of, John P. Donnelly, deceas ed, has filed in the County Court of Union County, Oregon, ,hT final ac count In the matter of said estate ana the County Court has appointed Tues day, the 4th day of April, 1911, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the court house In La Grande, Union county, Oregon, as the time and place ror hearing of objections to such final ac count and the settlement thereof. Dated this 28th day of February, 1911. ELIZABETH DO.NN'KLLY. Administratrix of the Estate of John P. . Donnelly, deceased. Yictlm ef Drink Seeds Orrine Drink cunningly destroys the will power, and while the drunkard wants to do what you tell him, he wants a thousand times more the drink that he craves. Medical treatment Is nec essary. Orrine destroys the desire for liquor bo that the drink will not be missed and restores the patient to health.' ' This remedy is thoroughly scienti fic and is so uniformly successful that It Is sold with a guarantee to refund your money if after a trial It has not benefited. Booklet free on re quest The Orrine Company, Orrine Bldg., Washington, D. C. 8old in this city by Bilverthorne'B Family Drug Store. Feb. 28 March 3. Wod Notice Notice is hereby given that the. Dis trict School Board of School District No One of Union county, Oregon, will receive up to 4 o'clock p. m. of March 3rd, 1911, sealed bids for furnishing said school District No. One with cords of four foot, split, yellow pine and red fir wood, said wood to be cut while green and not later than June 1st, H11, free from large knots and accept able to said school board. Bald wood is to be delivered . 300 cords at Mgh school building, and 100 cords at the Fourth ward school and to be corded C 1 i.,.;N-:'.':vHave YoulTriad ? lEhmanrfsaHmmi RIPE OLIVES at 30c a pint? In the Glass 35 i 60c Ml CCJJ VliifCd CJI yUl fCI pill I Heinz Mince Meat; Chow Chow, Dili and SiveeiPiclt- les in the Bulk - I ! ; CftyaGroceiy; & Bakery ; TAe Home of fancy Groceries t -L, up neatly and closely where directed by Board. v . 100 cords to be delivered by July LOOK Who's Here A KEW PAINT AKD WALL, PAPER parlor conducted by CLOGSTpX AND NCJTER. AH . their stock of wall paper Is new and np to date In every respect Pall and see for yourself. W - do all of our own paper hanging and painting in a style that is bound to please. 1703 1 2 6th treet, Indeiendent phone 1311 ext door to the Observer office. 1st. and all on or before Sept 1, 1911 Blds to be left with school clerk. The Board reserves tha right to reject any or all bids. f ARTHUR C. WILLIAMS, - School Clerk. CLOGSTON AKD NUTTER Plumbing;.!- and neating John Melville W8 Adams Ah LA GRAHDE, - ORE Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing N ' Rubber Buggy Tires, LA GRANDE IRON WORKS ; D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor ' ; COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY Real Mining Investments General Informa tion regarding the Famous WaEowa Valley . . Correspondence Invited BOWMAN & CO. Joseph, Ore.