La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, December 08, 1911, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911.
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land Paiinitecl
weep or our iiitre stocix a
at
OeeJrlalif
r i"? a
i
Fapcy Mantle
We have just received 1 doz. 8-day
Clocks
Will sell as long as they last for $5.75
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
$3 Hand Painted Plates, now $1.50. $4 Hand Painted Plates, now $2j)Q
Cup and Saucers, Vases, and a large -line of Hand Painted Novelties, cov One-Half Price
For only a f ew days more you can buy a Ladies' 0 Size, 20-year Gold Watch with a Waltham
5 - or Elgin Movement, for $13.65. : : -
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mm
CO
LARGEST JEWELRY STORE
o IN EASTERN OREGON
I. HISIER
J.l'
IS RE-ELECTED
F1EJKEES' UNION OF 8TATE
SESSION.
IN
I Graade Han It Efeplaeed at bead
of State Union.
After having re-elected J. W. Mc
Allister of La Granda as state presl
ent and uaviuac irtmUJ li:
-old board with but one exception, the
farmers' union state contention came
to an end last evening and the acorer
cf farmers who were here in attend,
nee upon the gathering are now
wending their way homewards, says
the Pendleton East Oregon lan of yes
terday. The final adjournment came
at 11 o'clock last night and marked
the close of a very Interesting and en
thusiastic gathering. '
At the election of offices held yes
terday the vice .presidency went to
-Mr. Crusoe of The Dalles while F. A.
Svkes of this county was re-elected
as aecretary. C. C. Connor of Helix
' who was a member of the board dur
ing the past year, declined a re-elec
tlon. because of the press of his prl
. tate work, and his place on the boari
went to Mr. Daugherty, a delegate!
from Baker county.
Among those who were In attend
ance at the state meeting Pendleton
la decidedly the favored town for the
tri-etate meeting to be held this win
ter. The Invitation from the Commer
cial club to meet here this year was
warmly received and efforts will be
wade by those who were in attendance
to bring about such a result.
"We have met In Walla Walla for
two years." said W. W. Harrah this
morning, "'and we would like to bring
the convention to Pendleton for a
change. Pendleton Is a very conveni
ent point In every way and we are in
topes of bringing the convention here
However. Walla Walla Is endeavoring
to secure the gathering again and has
the prestige of having entertained the
past conventions In good style. The
place for the trl-state meeting wilt be
selected by the Joint officers of the as
sociations from tW5 llej Washlngbn
nd Idaho
MAKE THIS TEST. A
GRANGE ELECTS OFFICERS. '
C 0. Hoffman Is A gala Vaster ef the
Blae MonntaJn Grange.
. The Bluo Mountain grange met In
regular session Wednesday.
After the Initiation of two candidates
the following members were elected to
fill the offices for the ensuing year:
C. D. Huffman, W. Master; J. W.
Redhead, W. Overseer; Mrs. Geo.
Grout, lecturer; Fred Huffman, stew
ard; Joseph Anson, assistant steward;
Mrs. l.-Vt. Redhead, chaplain; Mrs.
Wm. Sherwood, treasurer; Mrs. C. E
Golden. G. K.; Mrs. I. E. Chenault, Po
mona; Mrs. S. E. Kenyon, Ceres; Mrs.
S. Williamson, t-turn;-W.M
Gekeler, L.A.S.
READ for PROFIT
, "; U for RfuiU
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
They work directly on the KIDNEYS,
BLADDER and URINARY PASSAGES,
and their bencScial effect is felt from the
start. For BACKACHE, KIDNEY and
BLADDERTROUBLE, RHEUMATISM
CONGESTION of the KIDNEYS, IN
FLAMMATION of the BLADDER and
annoyingURINARYIRREGULARITIES
they exercise a permanent benefit.
TONIO IN ACTION - v""vH m RMUfcii
J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St, Steuben
vllle, O., says; "For years I suffered
from weak kidneys and a severe blad
der trouble I learned of Foley Kid
ney Pills and their wonderful cures so
I began takisg them and sure enough
I had as good results as any I heard
about My backache left me and to one
of my business,. 'expressman, that
alone is a great advantage. My kid
neys acted free and normal and that
saved me a lot of misery. It is now a
pleasure to wprk wher it used bt be a
misery. Foley Kidney Pills have cur
ed me and have my highest praise."
HITX'P DRUG 8TORTJ
NOTICE. -.
Notice of the recorder of the city of
La Grande, Oregon, of the assessment
of Second street from the south curb
Use of Jefferson avenue to the north
curb line of Main avenue.
Notice Is hereby given that the as
sessment roll for the improvement of
Second street from the south curb line
Jefferson avenue to the north curb
line of Main avenue, being in Improve
' ment District No. 8, In the city of La
Grande, Oregon, under tfie provisions
of Ordinance No. 573, Series 1911 en
titled, "An ordinance declaring the
cost of .Improving Second street froia
south line of Jefferson avenue to
north. . curb line of Main ave-
UUtt , All - uis " .
Oregon; determining the property
benefited thereby, levying an assess
ment thereon to defray the coBts and
expenses of the Improvement; provid
ing for the 'assessment roll of, the
same and directing the entry of said
assessment In the docket of city
Hens; providing a time when' the
same shall become delinquent and re
special assessment roll In accordance .
with the assessment herein levied and
to collect said assessment, " the same
being in Improvement District No. 8,
in said city of La Grande, Oregon, is
now in my hands for collection and
that any Assessment therein may be
paid to me at any time in ten (10)
days from the 6th day of December,
1911, without penalty, Interest or cost;
and each property owner" is hereby
notified that on application to the un
dersigned within ten (10) days from
the 6th day of December, 1911, which
is the first publication of this notice,
they will be allowed to pay such as-,
sessments in ten (10) annual install
ment, the first installment thereof
being due and payable on or before
the 6th day of December, 1912; if ap
plication is not made as above provid
ed the whole amount wlll'be and be
come due, payable and delinquent on
the 16th day of December, 1911.
Air property owners Interested are
hereby notified to appear at my office
in the city hall and pay the same. '
The assessment roll is as follows:
Call
m
am Eight
Retail Department
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ruberoid
Roofing, Sash Doors, etc.
" at the
George Palmer Lumber Co.
quiring the city recorder to prepare a
G BANDY'S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF LA GRANDE, OREGON.
meek
.7
.7-
7
16
8
8
15
14
14
14
14
9
Lot
. ... ; a-, 8
. ' 10
1 and 2
... r i2'
West ii of .13 andl4
' . . --. 3
: . ; ',' ' ' '' 5
North 48 feet of lotB 3 and 4
Lot 2 and south 10 feet of 3
Name ef Owner Am't of As'sra'nt
Cohen McKenzie $ 19.7!i
Annie Alexander ..... 19.93
La Grande Investment Company 19.75
West 40 feet of 9 and 10 and
19x40 feet In SW cor of 8
North 39 feet of 8
s . .6 and 7
W. J. and Ella Case
G. Johnson .......
J. H. Peare
William B. Sargent
C. E. Cochran ....
M. K. Hall ......
C. T. Bacon ...... 2860
R. L. Newlin 25.13
44.55
60.15
125.30
20.70
24.60
45.20
Nellie M. Stevens ............. 178.37
Joe Jones 51.42
J. D. Slater 158.74
By order of the council November29th, 1911.
C. M. HUMPHREYS, Recorder of the City of La Grande,
Oregon. 12-6-St
WlnieiXonoYts.
A ?oocl fire to keep the chill away
A good book to while the hours awar, ' 7 ."
Good lights to drive the gloom away.
Whether you read, sew, work or study at night, a
gocd light is absolutely necessary.
Electric lights save your eyes and your temper
They do away with danger and drudgery.
More people are using them every day and wonde; .
ing how they ever got along without them before.
Our rates are sura to appeal to you. Phone, Main
34.: : ,- : , -; A, - ' -
EASTERN OREGON LIGHT AND
POWER COMPANY
FOR BOYS BETWEEN 1" :,r-r5, 1
- THE AGE 4 ' y ' --
., of -: f"::;:' FL' ; '
10 and i LI 11 AX Lzzzj .
16 YEARS
OLD ONLY.
ADMISSION WILL BI
BT TICKET. . .
TICKETS CAN BB
OBTAINED OF
BK. CILEISBT
AT TOT LAUNDRY
AFTES DCBC U.
Haw im Tall if Your Hair Is Dlseassd.
- vwa 14 ItawA m hi.nrt.llt hflf1
ot hair you may want to know wheth-
Jer it Is in a healthy condition or not.
IIRK of the neonle ueed a hnir tonic.
I Pull a hair out of your bend; if the
Juulb at the pud of the root is white
L-ud sUruuUen. it proven that the hair
li dloonsed. nnd requlren prompt trent-
taient If Its Ions would be avoided. If I
,tbe bulb t plulc aud full, the hnir Is
uealt!).r
i - We wnnt vory ou whose hulr re
!milr. treatment to trv Itexnll 'W
Inslr Tonic We prouilHp thnt it shall
ii.it vist anvthlne if it doos ot eive
J-wtlMfnetory roiult It l dosljrned to
jvenouie dandruff. n-Ilovp scalp Irrl
l utlon. ta .' htlmulnte w linir rootn.
iRhli-n tlit hnir already In the hesid.
1 mix hnir nnd prevwit itaUUwss.
i it u iiwmiKe or wimt nosnii ".i:r
. nir Tonic hat doiip mid our iu
vri fsll'i In . Its fiodnts that we
n-'int von t trv it at ur nk.
Ttv. ih, WK-. M 1'H). Sold
m july tt oar t? Tbe Uexall Store.
HILL'S DRUG STORE.
Christmas Entertainment given to the
Boys
a
ji
mil el e
We wish to call your attention to J
the fact that most Infectious diseases
such as whooping coush, dlpLtherlt
and scarlet fever are contracted when
the child has a cold. Chamberlains
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold !
and areatly lessen the danger of con
tracting these diseases. TbJs rented
is famous for Its cures of colds.' It
contains no oplnm or other aarcotlc
and may be given to a child with lm
BU soaAitMe. geld by ell dealers
. By Mr, A. B. Cherry
Christmas Morning, 10:30 o'clock, at the Isis Theatre
, ' - ) ....
A Special Programme of Moving Pictures especially for the boys has been assured by Mr.
Sherwood. , .
$25.00 in gold to be given to the members of the Boys Saver's Club. Any boy having
$1.00 or more in the Postal Savings Bank before Christmas
Day becomes a member of the club. All boys between 10
and 16 years old will be admitted to the entertainment free
THE B0VS WILL BE
GIYEN SEYEBAL
S UNVTB TALKS
BY PROMINENT
BUSINESS MEN
OF
LA GRANDE.
BOYS
SEE ME. CHERRY
50W. HE
YflLLSTABT
; YOU TO ,
SAVE
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