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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 191L
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To vork on the
LOSTiNE Water System
Wages $2.50 per day
The rooms are good and
Steam heated only one
block from depot
D. C. Brichoux5Prop.
AUTHOR'S SEMI ASCAL REPORT.
Treasurers' Receipts and Disbursements, January 1st, 1911 to Jane 80th, 1911
Cash on hand January 1st. 1941 12,251.58
Water rent .... I 8.578.84
American Lt &Power Co., money refaunded for work
Fines and licenses
Road appropriations ... i ..... . .
Spec'l sewer bet. Adams and Washlngt on Aves
Special sewer (transferred from road, fund) ..."
Se?K:r bonds (receipts from sals of).. ........
Refunded interest (general fund)
MiaeIlaneoue receipts ......................
, Total receipts ................... .........
; 76.89 :
' Total receipt
General fund, warrants paid
Water und, warrants naid
Road fund, warrants paid ..........
Contingent fund, warrants paid ......
Speial Interest fuhd, warrants paid.
B.'C. P. line fund, warrnts paid . . . . .
Special sewer fund, warrants paid ,.
Sewer fund, warrants paid..
Interest paid on warrants
Park fund .... .f. ........... .Y. .... .
Total disbursements ....
. 9.877.90 '
. . 3,539.59
. ' 156.57
,.. : 853.00
Right in your busiest sc-itson when you
have tiie least time to spare you are most
likely to take diarrhoea and lose several
lays time, unless you have Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at
liand and take a dose' on the first appear
ance of the disease. For sale by all dealers.
Let ' your next corset be a
Gossard. Have it" fit to your
. form. ;
, Alt the style, comfort and.
beauty of the late-iu-front Gos
.sard will mean nothing to you
' until you try on one of these
superme corsets. , - '
, A single try-on will, prove to
you why they exceL ' .
A complete line of Gossard
corsets, bust conflncrs and pads,
always od hand."
Prices of corsets $3.50, $5.00,
$6.00 and $S.50. . " :
Mrs. Robert Pattison
Corsnik-re. Fl:f l'.lack 1431.
" Cash on hand v. :
Improvement interest paid out of speci 1 interest fund
' Balance' .i. . . ; .
.' '. Receipts from Improvement Districts.
Cash on hand January 1st, 1911
Interest collected '. . .i ....... .
Improvement district No. 1-A..
Improvement district No. 1-B. .
Improveni'Tit district No., 9-B..
Improvement district No. 6 ...
Improvement .district No. 25...
Improvement district No. 14...
- Total receipts .......... ..
,( .. 95.63
; . 41.43 ;
Disbursements, Improvement Districts.
G; T. Darley
Consult him before letting your sidewalk
improvement district No. 1-A . . . . . .'. ......$
Improvement District No. 1-B...........,.,.....i.
Improvement district No; 6 . . . ... ..... . . . ...... i ... . .
' Improvement district No. 14 .' ... ... 1 .
Interest on improvement warants
Total disbursements . .. .......... ..............
' : -v '. . -' '' '
Cash on hand ........
Less Improvement interest paid out of special inter
est fund ,'. .'. '..............., ....
5 POUND TIN TOPS
- Balance ........... ..........I... , $
Receipts and Expenditures January 1st, 1911, to Juno 80th, 1911.
. . . 38.35 ;
CAR LOAD RECEIVED
: ;. at the
George Palmer lumber Co.
Retail Dept. Phone, Main 8
Receipts ag per treasurer's cash book ..
-V.,: .. EXPENDITURES.
C , " ' fv : Water Department.
Mains and connections .......... ..1. ..... .w...
Operating expenses ...... ... .......... . . ; . .
Repairs' .... .......'; ....... ............'. ,'i
Sewer' construction ..... . .'. , , . . ... . . , .
B. C. Pipe line .:; .... , . : . ; '..,.
,'' Street Department ! ' . 1
Supplies ...... ........ ...;.iv..$' 346.73
S reet properties and improvements.... ...,....,,, . 1,079.55 , ,.
Paving .... . .... v. . ... 3,072.82
Maintainand:' and repairs 2035.44
' General ExjH-nse Accounts
Officers salaries ......, .....;...$ 2,962.00 ',
General expenses .......,.....;.' 4,763.45
' . .!;? ; Police Department
Malntainance ............... .;...;....,..,,$ 2,170.09 .
Fire department . ................ k. ........... 240.00
Special lattfrest ....,'.-...:. . .. ....... .'.' , ' 6,617.81
Park .............. i 85.00
Total expenditures ...... .. -
a!!mKwmnm!iT"'t- n i n "i1'iio.Tiy,I"JU'g
Healtb and Good looks
9 Kitchen wnri h. a lot to 'do with health and good looks. A woman
cannot work overtime in a furnace-like kitchen, with a wood range In
hot weather without paying tlie penalty. .
i ThA rtmrv. h inn honrs. Die extreme heat, the smoke and ashes,
B - in a . . . x ... ai iHnintnrelT old In fare and t!
m mil rui nnnn nor enerirv aim rauw i
f ' .-. . m
form., '.....'';';';. V ;,. .? , '' : :
This is a fact that cannot be di sjmtcd and all of us can call to mind
many examples. Every woman who cooks Is entitled to an electric
range, and) she gets one, too, where the man of the house hag hr
welfare at heart, , v ; , f
An electric range means a cool, clean kitchen, a flre without a mln.
nte'g wait, thta can he regulated with a thumb-screw-meals In half
the time and no fuel t ohondie o r ashes to contend with.
nr special rate to users of on r electric ranges, make9 them as econ-,
omlcal to use as wood. Ask about them. :.'.''''"'
Eastern Oregor Light & Power Co.
: Excess of receipts over expenditures ....'.'.,..,'.. ' " v
, Fnianrial Statemeent June 30th. 1911 .
Bonded Indebtedness , .', ', .$285,500.00
General fund (outstanding warrants) , . .
Water fund (outstanding warrants) .....
IToad fund (outstanding warrants) .... .
B. C. P. line fund (outstanding warrants)
Contingent fund (outstanding wfrants)'
Found funds (outstanding warrants).;,.
Total libllities .........,...,,....
Less cash and bonds on hand.,...,.
' .55 :
Texas Baptist Encampment.
Lampasas,1 Texas, July 25. An im
posing religious 1 service marked to
day the opening of the annual Texas
Baptist encampment at Hancock park.
The encampment will continue three
weeks, during which tlni-s many noted
divines and educators of the Baptist
denomination will lead in the addres
ses and discussions. Tomorrow there
will be opened a three days' golden
jubilee celebration of Texas Baptist;
, . ' ' '" - ' - I
Dallas Wants "Ad" Jleu'a t'omention,
Dallas, Texas, July 23. A delega
tion of several hundred representa
tives of the advertising clubs of Texas
leaves this city ia a special train to
night for Boston to attend the con
vention there next week of the Na
tional ' Association Advertising clubs
of Aemlrca. The delegation will make
a strong effort to secure the next con
vention of the association for Dallas,
Texas Farmers Meet. , .
College Station, Texas, July 25. '
Members of the state organizations of
cotton growers, corn growers, swina
breeders, dairymen, fruit growers and
other agricultural bodies rounded up
In force here today for the annual ses
sion of the Texas Farmers' congress,
with which they are affiliated. More
than 500 papers and addresses are to
be presented 'during the three days'
session. ; . : -
Problem of Rural Churches.
Columbus, O., July 25. To discus
the problem of country churches anil
to find a remedy for the deserted pul
pits which are said to be rapidly in
creasing in rural communities through
out the country, is the object or a four
days conference which was begun to
day at the Ohio College of Agriculture.
Amount of indebtedness .......................$361,026.70.
. , ; ; i liabilities Against Improvements. V , 1 ,
Improvement bonds , .$ C8.433.03 '
Improvement district (outstanding warrants) ..... . 93,042.49 - :
;J Tdtal -improvement liabilH'cs ,'i. .$161,475.52 ' ,
' The above does not include the nccrued Interest on bonds and outstand
ing warrants to date, which amounts to about S7.000.000. , ..-,.
Th,? rost of relaying the Seconu itreet pipe line cannot be edtermined at
the time of this report. hThc eost of labor so far has Leon char?d up to
operating expenses of the water department an'l the new material to mains
and connections. . . ' . ' ' .
A 8tateinen;. of the exact cost cf thesame'wili be Issued later when the
work Is completed. ' " N. J. MANSAGER,
. , . .' . '; .' ;''; . . CityAuditor.
, State of Oregon, County of Union, ss.
I, N. J. Mansager, being flrat duly sworn, de hereby certify, that the fore-,
going statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and bulief.
- , . . " ' , . N. J. MANSAGER
. ' CityAuditor.
Subscribed and sworn to before nw this 23rd day of July, 1911. 1911.
- RAY W. LOGAN,
.'".'. 'Notary Public for Oregon. .
8 Mvertising I
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FOR SALB 200 W,hite Leghorn Bin-
k$ comb pullets. Hatched In March
and April. Inquire A. J. Bishop,
2805 North Fir street. . 7-19-22-24
FRO RENT Six modern rooms. Tele
phone Main S9. ' : ; : ' -
Pool, Billiards, Cigars, Tobac
co and Soft Drinks best and
most complete line of cigars In
, Observer's Coast Lcacue base
ball scores every day there's a
FOR SALE Timber claim near rail
road, redress Observer. 7-1 to 8-1
FOR SALE Dry chain wood In any
quantity. $1.50 per cord at the Per
ry yards. Grande Ronde Lumber
company Pe.rry, Ore. C-15-tf
WA.M Ail tn-t i.Oi i .u L Grange
tetwf.cii i!) and 15 year? old to Jo:n
the Boys' Savers' club. Call at the
laundry and 1 will tell you all about
it ' ' A. B. Chrery, mgr. Cherry's
New Laundry. . 1
FOR SALE Furniture complete ' for
five rooms. Also canned fruit, will
sell all or any part of It. Inquire
1415 X avenue, between Greenwood
and Fir streets." ' 7-20-2t
WANTED Girl for general housework
Inquire 1616 Fourth street, or phone
' Main 69. :; " s 7-21-tf . ' ' :
Try It and yon will hare no
other. ' i
Eviry sack; Kuarautctd to
1 give Satisfaction. .
1120 JEFFERSOX ATEXCE
Phone Red ; 971 next door to
; Observer office, ' ;
a iiiit u in v r
paint in cities
and makes reason
Consult him about
GRANDE R0NDE MEAT CO.
Uses only Refrigerator Counters
and they show our cut meals in a
most sanitary and appetizing way
Bradley S Go.
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REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
PIIOESi SHOP BLACK 97L
RESIDENCE BLACK 1132.