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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911.
Directory of the Fraternal Orders
of La Grande, Oregon
Lr.il M- -tg No.
al. J F.tlU. k et
tzga frst aad trc Sataroays at
9:39 p. m. CordijJ welcome to all
Kasoea. U JL HOTT. W. U.
4. C WILLIAMS. Secret ar.
F3LHS Crystal Lodge No. K
meets every Tuesday evening la the
L O. a P. hall. All visiting mens
ber arc Invited to attend.
i MRS. ATIE ABBUCKLE. N. Q.
inS3 ANNA ALEXANDER, 8m.
! COURSE l:
B- P. O- E. La GruM Lodge No. 433
meets eaca Thuri-lay evening at
"clock ta Sks riab. corner of De
yot street and Washington avensa
! tIag brotheie are cordially ta
cit! to a:bs
H. J. BITTER. Ex. RiL
H. E. COOLIDGE. Etc See,
S3TO0EN OP THE WORLD La
Craade Lodge So. ltt W. a W
,nee every second and fosrth Sat
urdays at K. P. baH. AH visiting
D. ITTZGZRALO. C C
GROWTH OF lGEICrLTTBAL EDU
CATIOX. , .
KNIGHTS OP PTTH1AS Red Croat
Lode No. 27 m eeea every UaaMj j
algM ia Caatie ha, (old Eft ban.)
A Pythlaa welcome to all vtattaf
JESS pacu c. c.
R. L LINCOLN. 1Lo(R.1B.
President Imt of O. A. C. Iiln
70; Oregon, 123; Michigan. 80; I3i-
"The extent of the advancement la
this direction u shows by the fotlew-
-Ing comparative statement: la the
Oregon Agricultural college la 1N)
th total number of courses offered
including horticulture and veterinary
science, vu It; fa 1910-11. 123. an In
crease ia tea rears of 5S3 per cect
Tbe courses la 11 (Ml extend throogh
a semester of one half-year, while
those for 190) exieadrd through a term
of one jrear. Tbe actual increase in
ten rears in the amount of agricuitur-
O. E. 8. Hop Chapter No. 13, O. a
C hols stated comm unlcatiosta tbe
second and foarth Wednesdays of
earn mailt Visiting members cor
dially Invited. ,
CARRIE B HUNTER.. W. 1L
al work offered was 92 per cent. Tbe
number of iastrnctors ia agriculture la
Oregon Agricultural Colleze. Corral-! 199 was sevea; la 1)1. 35. Of coarse
l:. Ore, July 23. (Special) To Ue-j there haa been great progress made ia
been sacriflced for engineering, oar) bat th comparative growth has been! oeaea: ted by snch improvement
VL W. A. La Graada Casa No. 7762 x
Mta crary Sfosday la tba avata at ;
tt l a a r. ban. A3 rUtta
aals&ora ara cordially taTttad to
" ED. HEATH. Clerk.
WOMEN OP WOODCRAFT ri-v
Road Ctrda No. 47 aaeta -Crat
aa tifrd Tkaraday
la tba no. Csm L O. O a.
ATJ TWltta are
JOnCE OP STKXrT mzOTZXtST' Oregoa. Also tract of laad oa Foortb
street actuated la EE corner of sec
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: No- . T S. S, B. M. E. W. M, layias bs-
ticm la kereby r;TB tia: ia parsnaace? tveen PeassrlTanla and Mala ae
ct a reaolatioa adop:ed by tie comasoai BmML
eosac'.I ef tie c.ty of La Graiie. Ore-; ' ' " '
Sn. oa tie fti day of December. IKt ! Sxle ta r"rtilr ut
creataS fcaprcTeewst district Na ctxt&ca win levy a special assess
sd deslcxaticc FoorJi street as srxb meet oa ail tbe property affected and
Cartel. axJ ta prsaB of a reso!-; bece:ted by toca iasproTemeiibfor tbe
CSoa adapted by said exsnsoa tvu&cZ, r MT.B, fnr tm
best recoarse U to tbe facts," says ' mnch greater in agrknltare. For in
Preaident W. J. Kerr of tbe Oregon A-; sance. the nnmber of conrses offerd
ricnltnral college in a new publication I in eostneering in 1J03. eiclnslre of
just off tbe press, a reply be made at I sbopwork. was 22, and in 1910. 74 an
the Ian meeting of the Association cft increase ia ten years of 23S per rent
American Agricultural Colleges and j The increase In tbe amount of agricnV
Experiment tSatlona, to the charge of tural working daring the decade was
tbe Carnegie Foondatioa that the engi-j more than two and one-half times tbat
neertEg tnstractloa ta coiiegea of 5-. l k.zzz'z. Tt"?
ricnltnre and machanle arts is allowed j raries somewhat in the different !nsi-
. tutkms. tbe general tendency has been
owners of the property affected and
benefitted by such improreznent. order
that' said aboTe described ImproTement
be made; that tbe boundaries of said
district to be so improTed are as fol
AH that portion of Second strest
from the south curb line of Jefferson
avenue to the north curb line of Main
(A) And the property affected or
benefitted by said Improvement Is a
East half "of blocks 7, 8 and 9, and
west half of blocks I. 15 and 16, all
ia G randy's add! lion to the city of La
Notice Is hereby farther girea that
She council srOJ levy a special assess
ment oa ail the property affected and
known as Connordale addition to the
city of La Grande. Oregon, same to De
constructed according to the plans and
nrifloatInna nn file in this oQce. A!l
proposals to be filed in this office by
five o'clock p. m. July 26th, 1911, and.
each proposal to be accompanied by a
certified check o' five per cent of the
amount of the bid. The council re
serves the right to reject any or all
La Grande, Oregon, July 20th, 1911.
C. M. HTMPHRETS, 4
Pipe far Sain
be same in alL"
OREGON HAS FI5E BAT CEO P.
to overshadow the work in agriculture
"A table has been compiled from the
report of tbe United S'.taea commis
sioner of education fortthe year end
ing Jane, 1909. showing the aggregate
enrollment in the different courses in
the agricultural and mechanical col-
1 3 a fnm tV. ,M M 1 AA m. ,m!
th only year$ for which complete data Oregon Agricultural ColIegeTCo rral
could be obtained. As shown by tbUjlls. Ore, July 23. The fanners or
table .the increase la the number of (Oregon are harvesting the largest hay
students pursuing courses in agricul-' crop in the history of the s.a e," said
Dean WKavesa.be ef O. A. C Sajs the
Talley Sever Saw Aajtalg Like Ik
tare daring tbe period mentioned was
11 per cent, while the increase in en
gineering was Cg per cent.
"Moreover, the proportion of stu
deata pursuing course- in agriculture
Dr. James Withycombe, director of the
experiment station at the Oregon Agri
cultural college, discussing the pres
A large quantity of terra cotta pipe
suitable for well curbs and drains. Di
mensions, from IS to 30 Inches. This
will be sold very, cheap as I am clean
ing up all work In La Grande.
B. S. DAVIS. Foley HoteL
the purpose of paying for such tn
provement. That the estimated cost of
snch improvement is the sum of S2,-
197.50. That tht council will, on th
second day of August 19;i, meet ai
tbe coancil chamber at the hour of f
o'clock p. m, to cosiider said esti
mated coat, and the levy of said as
aesasment. when a hearing will be
granted to any person feeling aggriev
ed by such arsessmenL
La Grande, Oregon. July 21st. 191L
CITY COCNnL OF LA GRANDE.
By C M. HUMPHREYS. ! trip to the Pacific coast where he 1!1
Recorder of the City of La Grande, kt down the bars and allow Morris
Oregon. v i to take on ail comers Just by way of
7-21-5t ' showing Morris pugilistic ability. Ufr
CARL J0BRJS 13HAPPT. -
Xa safer Win Tale Him ta jrrtiweg
ta (M XateH 1IUi Aaytae
tled by failures to secure i match a-fth
Jim Flynn for Carl Morris, Frank Ufc?
the "Oklahoma white hope"s" niana-
ger is said today to be considering a
mm r. ff-S rJf IuTt 11 -Vmit
. " aient. Thai the? s:!m!4 remt nt warTt
aa cm sell eeterauaed aad Cciarei . tion or the directxiB ia which these in- j Western Oregon crop vs t0 per cent
Its te:sUa to tar.rovt all that rcr-! I,rortmJB: s th naB of tltO M. tltutks are developing, it may 1e'l.rer than it was last rear and th
tJca cf Fosnb atreet. ia s53 improve- l!! tourfiJ w31- ca b aeconl r-cted that for the four years, iyi3 t j! Eastern Oregon crop about ten per
difference in per
due to the fact that
fin Eastern Oregon the crop is grown
idegree course ?n agriculture. 140 per ca Irrigated or sub irrigated land while
j csnt. If the short coarse student In that in Western Oregcn is groasd un-
aKncnitnre were !aciulM, the differ-: dr natural conditions, and ths season
5tice t Caatraefsrs. -
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received by the coun
cil of the, cfcy of La Grande. Oregon,
for the con struct 'on of 8.7M lineal
feet, approximately, of cement walk
Iflve 5i feet in wMtli- tnr tl a i- . . . .
-Tfc. tn:i tiT M-nn of Or.ron lut ' i ?F-wiiviirerai .treatment.
. r I cmiinir'lAlt T S TW T?tA,t1 nW Aw . r . ' .
I " - " - uuru irrt. It- 1 mm ..u vimomiiiui
' is one of ibe most unique personages
; In the fighting game. He has amassed
one to three million dollars In oil ven
tures and is managing Morris simply
for the fun of it, and does not seek re
muneration for his work.
J to the total enrollment Increased near- year represented 900,000 tons, but this prosimatejT cf ce .
. ly lft r cent. As a farther indica-lyear it will reach 1,160,000 tons. The! bnin 'rt,n '
tion of the direction In which these is- 5 Western Oreiton creo vs i0 ner cent !
Beat iistritt .as areisat dexribed, gw. tats aseev at coaa j the iarrear: fa the number of'eent larger." The
IT tavi-g tsereea teasent aJdewalks,; " - . v- studen's In the degree courses la en-'cenage!. mostly
oa eaca via of s'.reet. the councS will, i!aa cwi, va Sneering was 34 per ant, and "a the
tea days after the service cf this no- lt itT m 3 asssatni. wnen a
tk a;-ca the cwsers of tie propr?y j Jsr'B w:J1 granted to any peron
affected atd betel! ! ed ty inch Ira- i f-S aggriev-d by such aeser.t.
proveeiest. order that sa!d above d--; Grande. Oregcn. July 21st, 1911.
cribed Iaprorea-st be aaade: that the! C1TT COUNCIL OF L. GRANDE,
. ............ . . '.. nptwiv
poonoanfs or saw agirKi to oe o las-: ..
proved are as folio: i .By C M. HUMPHREYS.
All that portion of Fca-th streer. Ewtsrdtr cf the City of La Grande,
from the south curb line of Jefferson Gwpsa. w i
venue.' to the north curb line of M "-21-1W
arenn. .. '
(A) And the property affected or
benefitted by sa'd tatproveaaeist is as Happiest Gii, la i-lncote. ' j
follows. . iMota. , jt" -... - hid tees
t.te t kwv. t -.a t a-i-snrsoaae j.iam m'xh e-'xTtic const i pa
East half of blocks 1. Z. aid 2. t'lHj ,.. h- . . ,.u
Crandy's addition and west half of CitMrtw U,nt art i-r TabJea
block 5. 59. 4, f". 1&3. 1M. 15 aid T to be up and
US and cast balf of blocks 7. 74 anil ' " 'JSa-Sd?
f7. Chaplin's sddstk-n to La Grand ' , B
scot Laatberiam's Linimet
It vui renv-ve the soieoeas sad
rntore he rrt to m health v can-
ence would be even greater.
; has been favorable for hay, as well as
"Furthermore, that agricultural la-f for o her farm crops.
Uptown office Main 720
Residence phone Main 25
structlcn has not been neglected is
shown by the remarkable deve!opn'M-1
of agriculture I nthe land gran', col
leges. It has not Ven 20 years since
all the work In agriculture, even in
the largest of these icsUtmioos. was
given In one department by one or two
instructor. During recent ya.-s,
however, the agricultural work has
been segregated Into various depart
men's, such as agronomy, animal hus
bandry, dairy husbandry, rural engi
neering, irrigation and drainage, eich
of which now offers more courses, with
a larger number of Instructors than
the entire subject of agriculture re
quired even ten years ago. For in-
j stance In IS90. Cornell university of-
fered three subjects in agriculture: in
' 1900. 37; In 1910. 160. Daring teb pres
1 ent year the Kansas Agricultural col
, lege offers 112 courses In agriculture;
Including veterinary science: Iowa
"It Could Not Suit Me Better If It
Had Been Built to Order for Me.
This is a common cxprec-ioa where the Royal Standard. Typewriter Is used. Court Reporters, Tele
graph operators and expert stenographers In all lines of busluess find in the Royal those -built-to-or-the
Ideal writing machine, Toa win ;' . i . .-, ,
der" qualities that represent to them
swy the same when you hare become
the owner of m
Staadard Ke, board,
4 "Tl,n.le Writer,
0a tbe Job,
Royal sales are increasing more rapidly than the sales of any other
"EVERY ROYAL SOLD SELLS ANOTHER
ROYAL TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Royal Typewriter Building . . - New York, N. Y.
A branch in each principal city
"The crop Is so large that many of
the farmers have inadequate facilities
for storing, and wi boat care is exer
cised the waste will be great This
would be unfortunate, as it should all!
be urlu4 for live stock feed. For ex
ample. It has been s ! mated that a
ton of first class vetch or alfalfa hay
fed to a good dairy cow should yield
a value of about $20. Then there will
be a good market for a lie meat pro
ducing animals. This is Inevitable
from the fact that the number of cat
tle In the United Suites has shrunken
eight per cent In four years; sheep 15
per cent In eight years; bogs 1 p?r
cnt ia ten years. This is in despite of
our great Increase In population, and
without lessening the per capita con
sumption of meat-"
Dean Cordley of the agricultural
school of the college says: "I have
never seen such a bay crop in the val
ley before. It is not only a very heavy
crop, bat of unusually fine quality."
Cement Contractor & Builder
Get my figures before b ai ding ) our sidewalk. You can
build a cement block house as cheap as frame. 25 years
experience. Pbcne Kain A6
5stlce tc faatrartsrs.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be? received by the coun-
I city of the city of La Grande, Oregon
until eight (S) o'clock p. m, August
the feecohd. lSll, for tbe construction
of four hundred lineal feet (400. ap-
proximately of board side walk Cve
(5) feet la width to be bud on the
south aide of S avenue la the city of
La Grande, and according to the p'ans
and specifications on file ia this floe.
Certified check of five (5) per cent to
accompany all proposals.
By order of the county July I?ti
1911. CM. HUMPHREYS.
NOTICE OF STREET UPKOTEMEXT
J TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: No
, tSce is hereby given that ia pursuance
or a resolution adopted by the common
council of tbe city cf La Grande, Ore
gon, oa the 27th day of October, 19i9.
creating Improvement dis rict Na S,
and designating Second street as such
djftrict, asd Sa pursuance of "a resolu
tion adop ted by said common council
on the fifth day of July. 1911, wherehj
said council determined and detLrVed
Its intention to Improve all that por
tion of Second street. In said improve
ment district as hereinafter described,
by laying thereon cement sidewalk and
constructing curb oa each side of the
atreet. the cocncll will, tea days after
the aerrka of this notice vpea the
For canning now as they
will not last much longer
Fresh shipment of Water
mellons just in.