La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, November 30, 1911, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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    IGIUimrEVEmTaOESIOTI! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1911.
ITS DRUG STORE LA GRANDE'S IDEAL GIFT STOSE
Ve bvito your cirly inrpccfen cf the n:c;t complete fes cf Xmis Gib ever dL-phycd fa La GrnJo. Do ycur
23 remcrrov, vniie etecla are full. It fe cosy nov to fed what yea v;cr.L
CHILL'S ST
Telephena Eleoi 13Q1
OTsk us lis
5SS""fleBaU. Dtnto, KSSJ-i'
Oar ontarnlabad repataUoa wherever we nave established office
U a reeoflUDendstlon wt look to with p'ride, and our motto, "Honest
work," "fair dealings," has always mad oar success continuous for
the put 10 Tears.
Wo guarantee oar Vork, d JI.lt ! lot right wo makt It right
without any oxtra expense to Zoo. , ,
Wo would rather be bnv all th time and make a smaller profit
front each UdiYldoaJ patient than charge prohibitive price. Peo
ple la all atanoaa of lift patronise tils Institution of Modern Dea-tbrtry.
PAINLESS r- ii r eyavinatiaw. toxstttt
EXTRACTION OUC II a TCG ESTIMATES 11TD ABYICB
EXAMINATION, CONSULTATION
$16 Set of Teeth ........ ,f&00
10 Bridie Work (best) g qq
siv uoio crowns zzk .
r rices tor me nest norx
U year protection guaranteed
Gold Fllllaa ........ fLM ap
811 ver Fillings 7M
Plates Repaired ...... flJOO ap
Modern Dentists
DEPOT ADAXS ATX.
OTEB NEWLRff DBUG CO.
Oar offices Silt Lake, Baker. La Grande. Portland.
Let Us Supply Your Wants in
Fruite and Vegetables
WEiHAVETHE
FOLLOWING:
ORANGES
BANANAS
GRAPES
APPLES
FIGS
CRANBBBBIES
COOOANUTS
SWEIJT POTATOES
CABBAGE
CAULIFLOWER
CARROTS
PARSNIPS
TURNIPS , ,
SQUASH .
HETNZ HUNCE 1IEAT PUMPKINS
CELERY ONIONS
We Have Our Own Delivery
The Union County
Co-Operative Association
1118 1-2 Adam Ato. HERBERT PATTISON,
Phone Main 753. .IZassgsr.
HAlTTf AIXITY Uptown office Main 720
1 AWIY. rU Residenoa ohone Main 25
AMBULANCE e.lbussey
0an to obi saep aal let asaeaaeasBrate the as of PttTry Faea
tie Water Systeau to yea. Wt bot last lastaHed ea s4 Osaa4y
1 i EaraA Way aet kar a aaft roeaa, kot aa4 oU -owlec, afcs
aai also fro pftasC for year keateat Tea aaa kars a M
aaaa stroaaa ttt n i unn hi aoao of toa. CmSl oaJ aaa aa take
oat aai akw yea oa ta trory aay operaUora,
BiW & 1WEIFEL
TEACHEB3 ELECT C0NLEY PEESI-
' SESf.
Mrs. Kelll of La Graade Be-Eleeted
Treaskrer of Asosciailoa.
V (Baker Herald, Nov. 29.)
The llth annual convention of the
eastern division of the Oregon Bute
Teachers' association Is now a matter
of history, the meeting having prac
tically closed at noon when those from
Malheur went east and the special
train left for Pendleton. The official
end was this afternoon. At the open
ing of the meeting this morning the
assembly elected the officers for the
nf cnnvnitlon and adopted resolu
tions endorsing a state text book com.
mission; their effort to raise the vo
cation of teaching to the rank of a
profession; their confidence in the
qualification in the state superintend
ent of school, L. Bi Alderman; their
unswerving allegiance' to the higher
in atltutlons in this state, their recog
nition of the benefit of the successful
methods of instruction; their appreci
ation of the work of the officers and
speakers of the institute; to the O.-W.
R. & N. Co., for Its courtesy to the
teachers of Baker county and city, to
the Baker Comemrcial club, to the lo
cal committees, to the ladles of 'the
Episcopal and Christian churches, and
to the citizens of Baker generally for
their entertainment and co-operation.
.' Jthose elected were J. C.' Conley,
Wallowa; county j resident; H. K.
Sbjrkj. Enterprise, sc'r$&ry, and Mrs.
N.V,lNe! Li" Crande, treasurer and
J. P. Pv Smith, Baier, 0. Li, MllUgaa,
Malheur, 'A. 0 Bailey,,' Elgin, Prank
Wells and J. C. Conley, Wallowa, as
members of the executive board and
L. R. Alderman, ex-offlcio member.
Union County "Strong."
U&lea county had one more repre
sentative at the teachers' convention
than did the county of Baker, where
the meetings were held. The tabu
lated list of attendances follows:
When le Covered Bore,
Darin the long tertiary poca, vaea
opoasoms disported themselves oa the
alt or Pari and anastodoes trampsd
along the valley of the Taamea, to
earth was ta the throe of BMoatala
making. The Alp,' ta CUaalayaa,
the AJlegbcBto. th Andea, attm the
power Mmt activity ta tbos aya. At
their termlaatJoa oor toattacnta atoed
greatly higher thaa they do now. and
thla aided their glecWOos. although It
doea not fully account for it Bat a
they becamo loaded with tee Europe
and America gradually and we may
Venture to nay eontemporaaooaaly
sank. This was tnerttabt. Owing to
th extrem heat and pressor prevail
ing ta Its Interior the earth ts an em
inently clastic body. Its aorface ac
tually bulge In or oat with a vary
slight lacrosse or decrease of the load
opoa It '
Children's Prattle.
At times It cannot b denied th ques
tions of children become Irksome, bat
who would wish a child to ask no ques
tions? Jotlos Sturm tells ta one of his
pretty fairy tale how a grandfather,
driven Into Impatience by the constant
claimed, "I wish your tongue were oat
of Joint!" But whoa unexpectedly his
wish wae fulfilled and the child became
dumb how be Joyfully exchanged one
of the two year which an angel bad
prophesied be was yet to live for the
privilege of hearing tbo little one'
prattle again I Exchange.
A Notable Exoeptien.
"All animal products, yon know,"
said the teacher, "are perishable and
soon decay If not artificially preserv
ed.M-
"Yes. sir." cordially assented the
solemn young man with the wicked
eye, "especially elephants' lvory.'V
Chicago Tribune.
' Ridiculous.
Newlywed-What 120 for a bat!
Why, that's simply ridiculous, my
flearj Mrs. Newlywed That's what
thought Harold. But you said it was
all we could afford. Atlanta Georgian
ELECTION NOTICE.
December llth, 1I1L
Baker
Umatilla
Union ..
Malheur
Wallowa
123
167
124
.54
69
Total 527
La Grande teachers speak very high
ly of the entertainment received at the
hands of the Baker folk and applaud
the program highly. The speakers
were exceptionally instructive in their
lectures and in every way the conven
tion was a success. The total number
present outstripped all former records
The nominating committee which
prepared the nominations for officers
was Prof. E. E. Bragg, La Grande;
Prof. E. B. Conklln, Contario; Prof.
B. F. Lander, Pendleton; E. W.
Dunn, Halfway and 'Roy Conklln o',
Wallowa.
Notice is hereby given that on the
llth day of December, 1911, general
election will be held In the city of La
Grande, in the county of Union, state
of Oregon, for the purpose of electing
the following officers:
One mayor.
One recorder.
One chief of police.
One treasurer.
t One councilman from 1st ward.
One councilman from 2nd ward.
One councilman from 3rd ward.
One councilman from 4th ward.
. , That at said election there will be
submitted to the voters of the city the
following question: "Shall the city ot
La Grande, Oregon, reimburse J. K
Wright, for the loss as city treasurer
of the city funds on denoslt in. the
Farmers and Traders National bank
th balance being $1,667.07; said claim
against the bank becoming city prop
erty."
, The polling places designated for
Netiee f Sekeel Eieotiea.
Notice Is hereby glvea to the legil
voters of School District Mo. On of
Union county, state of Oregon, that a
special school meeting of said district
will be held at Auditorium of new
high school building in said district
on the 9th day of December, 1911, at
two o'clock in th afternoon for the
following objects: to vote on the
proposition ot levying a tax for the
maintenance; and for the other neces
sary expenses ot the district, and for
the payment of interest on the bonded
debt of the district and for the pay
ment of bonds of the district and for
Abe payment of the debt of the dis
trict. -
Dated this 28th day of November,
lfll. "
J. W. KNOWLES,
Chairman Board of Directors.
Attest:
ARTHUR C. WILLIAMS,
District Clerk.
TO CUBE A COLD TS ONE DAT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money. If
It falls to core. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature Is on each box. 25c.
J. H. Richardson E. S. Ghrcai
E. S. Givens
Investment
Co.
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Real Estate,
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Insurance.
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$18 up
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Alteration and Repairing, en
Ladies' and Gents' Garment
Dyeing, Geariinfj
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any land.
said election and the Judges and clerks
appointed to conduct said election are
arf follows: s
Irst ward Polling place, court
house. Judges: W. N. Monroe, at. Mc-
Murray, A. Warnlek. Clerks. R, 8.
Clapp and, E. W. Kammrer.
Second ward Polling place, city re
corder's office. Judges: H. W. 8toner.
C. W. P. Bllsworth. J. HL Chllds
Oerks: H. P. Oliver and J. K. Bey
nolda. ' .
Third ward Polling place, all
Fourth street. Judges: J. II. Hilts.
George, Leds worth, W. D. Graady,
Clerks: Howard Davis and B. L. Leav-
Fourth ward Polling place, aew
Harris building corner Monroe sreane
and Greenwood street. Judges: G. W.
Alleat, M. Mooney, J. H. Kochenspar.
ger. Clerks: John Ladd and W. A,
Thompson. '
. Bald election will oe . x'. "on
ducted and the retarae M1a oi aloe. ,v
M v. 1 . I. . . .
i 7 nniuuui mi miQ ctl.
The polls of said election will
cpened at the hour of I o'clock a. m,
and closed at the hoar of 7 o'clock Pi
m. on said day, .
All qualified voters of the city will
be permitted to vote at said electloa.
By order of the council of said lty
of La Grande, Oregon.
Dated November, 22ntf, 1911. " "
A. L. RICHARDSON,
(Seal) Mayerr.
Attest: C. M. HUMPIIHEYS,
:- Recorder;
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Electric light are as necessary In the home as in the
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Not th least attractive feature la their reasonable cost. ,
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