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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1906)
Now Ready for Your Inspection
All new stock. The best of Toy Land brought to
Dolls, games, drums, horns,
mechanical toys that run, walk
and talk. Indestrcutable toys
that will never break.
Everything to please the little people and useful art
icles to make the grown folks happy.
Our prices are just like the good3 RIGHT.
You are invited to bring the little ones and see our
ITHE LITTLE RACKET
Masonic building Adams Avenue
is perhaps the most important poir:t in securing a
good picture, and it's a point to which we give much
care. We study each subject and bring out the
character individuality of the face to the best ad
vantage. The same care is given to every part of
the work, to the retouching Printing, Toning and
Mounting, so that the finished picture is a pleasure
to you and a credit to ..-,..,, .
H. J. RITTJER
1. Photographer La Grande, Ore.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
The Eastern Oregon Trust and
AT THECLCSE OF BUSINESS, NOV. 12, 1906.
C4PITAL STOCK - - $60,000.00
Loans and Discount. ...81949.64
Warrants and Stocks 3258.54
Furniture & Fixtures 1903.65
Expense and Int. paid .. 3405.22
Cash on hand and in hanks 3 153373
Capital Stock 60000.00
-Discount and Exchange 1822.68
Interest '363 60
Trust Earnings . 442.50
W. C. BROWN, President Wm. MILLER, Vice President
GEO. L, CLEAVER, Cashior T. J. SCROCGIN, Asst. Cashier
F J, HOLMES. Treasurer.
G. A. STOCK, Manager, Covo Branch.
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
; Largest Brewing Plant In Eastern Oregon
Ask for La Grande Beer and get the Best
J LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GRANDE
; AND SHOULD HAVE THE PREFERENCE
fa d. hagerty:
I SUCCESSOR TO WM. SMITH
IN fl HURRY?
1410 Adams Avenue
Phone, black 1211
CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY
No order too large- None too small
THE TRANSFER MAN
ile will take that irunn to tre Dc
?A or your homo in less tune than i
lakes to toll it.
Day phone Rod 76
Night " Biac I7i'2
Wagon always at yoi.i service
Would be pleased t.i have your patron
age in sewing. Satisfaction guaranteed
m fancy dresses, waists, and suits.
Ms. F. S.Nsull 21 18 2nd St.
ORDINANCE Oil. 346.
Series 1 90S
An ordinance relating to the us of
treets for building purpose and the re
moval of buildings.
The City of La Grand does Ordain a
Section 1. No person or person shall
occupy any portion of any street or side
walk for the deposit of building
material, or for the construction or repair
of any building, or for the removal of any
buildings, without first obtaining a permit
therefor as herein provided.
Section 2. Applications for permits
shall be in writing, and shall specify if
for building purposes, che name of the
streets where located, the number of the
loc and block, the size and description of
the building to be constructed; or if to be
repaired, the character of the repairs, the
space in front of the lot or lots needed,
and proposed time for completing the
work; materials to be used; the name of
the owner; and the estimated cost of such
building or repairs, as the case may be
ror the removal of a building or buildings,
the application shall state the number of
the lot and block upon which the same is
located, the size of the building, the num
ber of the lot and block to which it i.
proposed to remove the am. the route
to be taken, and the leneth of time re
quired for such removal; the nature of the
repair thereto or alteration therein, if
any; the estimated cost thereof: the name
of the owner and the nam of the street
or streets where the same is to be re
bECTiON i. Permits shall be issued hv
the City Recorder upon the approval, en
dorsed upon the application, of tne Com
mittee on Street. A record thereof, shall
be kept by the City Recorder settinc forth
in a concise manner the description of the
property, nam of owner, cost of th
building, and th object for which the
permit was granted. He shall imme
diately upon granting such permit, notify
me street superintendent of it content,
and th use of a street or street j-der
such permit shall be under the super
vision of the Street Supecinterident. No
permit shall be issued for a longer period
than 90 days.
Section 4. Th application for uch
permit for building purpose shall (tat
the width of that portion of the street
proposed to be used, and thi number of
days for which the use of said street wil
be needed in the construction of said
building, Whenever the recipent of a
building permit shall desire to occupy or
in any wise obstruct more than one half
th width of the sidewalk or street in front
of snch proposed building, it shall be the
duty af each re:ipient of such building
permit to erect and maintain during all
all the time covered by sucn permit, a
safe and substantial board fence not less
than four feet high along the curb line of
the sidewalk in front of and across the
sidewalk at each endGf the tract, lot or
part thereof, upon which such building is
to be constructed, and also to construct
and maintain and keep unobstructed and
well lighted a safe and substantial pUnk
s.dewa.k three feet wide along the euro
lino in front f such proposed buildm,-;.
and extending three foet into the wagon
way, and reach three feet beyond each
end of such fence along said curb line:
and the issuirg of a permit shall not be
construed as authorizng any person to in
any wise obstruct the footWilk herein
before described; Provided, that as soon
as the first story walls of such building
shall have been erected, the parties or
partv taking out such cerinit shall con
struct a substantial and well lighted cov
ered way over the sidewalk in front of
such tract or lot, leav.ng such sidewalk
open for public use. and thereuqon such
party snan oe entitled to a permit for
the use of such portions of the street or
streets as may not interfere with existing
rights, and subject to such limitations
and requirements as may be stated in
such permit, and such footwalk as herein
provided shall thereafter be removed from
the roadway. Upon application for per
mit for the removal of a building or build
ings the same shall state the route and
mode of such removal, and the number of
days for which the permit shall be ap
plied, and together with an endorsement
thereon by the Street Committee of such
restrictions as the public interest may re
quire. The Street Committee may at its
discretion require applications for permits
to give security by deposit or otherwise
and any damages that may occur by
carelessness or failure to comply with the
provisions of this ordinance, and no Der-
in:t shall be issued unless th application
therefor is accompanied by a foe of $2.50
for a permit to use the streets for the
dcposl of building material, and not less
than $2 50 for the use of a street or
stroets tor the removal of any lu-ilding:
provided, that the provisions of this ord.n-
ance sr.a.1 in ro manner authorize the
construction or removal of a building with
in the Tire hums o' l;-.e c.ty of La Grande.
unless a.! the refinements establishing
'.uch fire limits have bejn ful'y complied
with by the applicant or applicants for
Skction 6 The removal of a bunding
or building under a permit, when
commenced shall be continuous
during all the hours of the day, and day
by day. Sunday excepted, until completed,
with the least possible obstruction to
the thoroughfares occupied. No building
shall be allowed to remain over night
upon any street crossing or intersection
or so near thereto as to prevent easy ic-
TO THE PUBLIC
Ever I Mad
WHAT IS IT ?
That is to be Had
Call at Our Office and let Us give
You Full Information.
Never . will you have such an
Opportunity Offered You
Call at Once
LA GRANDE INVKTMENfca
Foley Hotel Building
La Grande, Ore.
cess to any fire hydrant or system.
Lighted lanterns shall be kept in a con
spicuous place at each end of such build
ings during the hours in which the street
lamps are lighted or required to be
Section 6 Upon the expiration of the
time named in the permit or as near the
use of the street or streets are no longer
necessary, the street or streets shall be
cleared of all obstructions by the holder
of such permit, and placed in as good
repair by such hoider as when such per
mit was granted.
Section 7 Any person or parsons vio
lating any of the provisions of this ordin
ance, upon conviction thereof before the
City Recorder shall be punished by a fine
not less than $5 nor more than $25. and
each day of maintaining and continuing
such violation shall be deemed a separate
offense and punished accordingly.
Skction 8 This ordinance shall be in
full force and effect from and after, the
16th day of December. 1906, and shall
be published in one issue of the La Grande
Passed by the Council of th city of
La Grande, on the 6 day of December,
1906, by 5 members voting therefor, and
no member voting against the same.
Approved by the Mayor, this S day of
J. B. Stoddard,
Attest: I. R. Snook.
REAL ESTATE BAMS
Read This Over
Th:n come to our office and
we will show the property.
La Grande Investment Co.
$1600 Pays for one and one third acre
land, mostly in bearing orchard. Water
ditch runs through place. Good five
room house, barn and.hicken htuse. 3.
$4000 Invested in this place of 1
acres now under city plot w,!l oon be
in good demand. Has a ccorf hn.i
NOTICE Of ANNUAL MUTING
The annual meeting of the La Grande
Commercial Club will be held at the Club
parlors on Tuesday evening. December
11th, 1906. at the hour of 7:30 oclock.
for the purpose of electing officer for, th
In order to allow all those who wish to
attend the opera house on that date to do
so, this meeting wilt be called to order at
7:30 o'clock sharp.
MiS3 Nina Hunstock wishes to announce
to the ladies of La Grande that she i
prepared to take orders and give lessor s
in both water colors and china painting.
Studio at 906 Main St.
CLES- La CrardeAerie 295F. 0
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metoattiN m' V'Sit,re brhren
i, r- , o R- Snook W. S
?r. G. L. Eiggers W. P.
' t 0- F -La Grande Lodge No. 1 6.
Visit.ng brothers cordially invited to at-
J' A- Arbuckle. N. G.
D. E. Cox. Sec.
0SJAmE?CAMPMENT.No. SI. 1.0.
j ... " , u ' - "VJ'iL'i in uad re nw hail
and some small buildirgs. Good or- '""e Patriarchs always w, nl
u- c. r-OWLER, C. P.
D. E. Cox, Scribe.
chard and best of garden land. Inves
tigate and you will see a barea.n. - 7
$1500 Will buy 4 lots set out to best of UK-1' Ge Camp No
fruit, berries hj U3 meets ev; t M.,,
... anu every- at I 0 " I, i T cumng
thing to make a home pleasant. 9 neighbors ' corriiJ? .vis,tin
rooms in house, plaster and paper. Good ! tl"d- ' C S William, u r
collar o .k, ....... ... ., . i John -i rio.i. ",lllams, V. C.
., G9 , .waies n rcn ya -
$2200 Buys 4 lots faci DP On twn ctranre
two corner lots, and good 7 room house.
Good barn 24x32 1,1s story high. The
only way to know a bargain is to see
$1100 Sure thi price is very low. When
you see the eight lot all set to bearing
fruit, land the best quality for garden.
Th housa has 5 rooms and in good
$350 For M block on the hill. Location
good. Price small.
$200 For 2 lots in Old Town. Has good
well on same. Sold on very easy
FRIENDSHIP TEnTno 51KOT
mghts welcome. ' - Vlsit'ne
ox Bloc. Reco,d Keener0' Ba"' Cm
L. 0. T V Uiwr m I
Hrst and third ThurVdav. 7e!tSe.V8ry
noon at the Redrr.en hall. A
uon t fail to come and see diauram n ' , .
lot-, and have the complete details of how ; M' C- Veey. Record Kwpe Cmmander-
you can buy. and also have a chanct to! R P O p T
make you owner of a $1500 house and w v . ANDE LODGE No
lot for the sum of $200.-C. i 'I, Thursd ning at
$1500 Paid for this 6 room house, i Ance V .'1.E$ M' Adam,
Good cellar under house. Good barn
wood shed. 20 young fruit trees, fine
piece of ground. Will make you the
owner of a good home 15.
S800 Is what you will be made to pay
for 184x212 feet of ground. H iuse
size 15x26. Add.tion 14x!6. 3 rooms.
47 trees, family orchard, chicken heu;e
barn, and hao shed. Possession g-ven
at once 30.
J. L MAKS,
Contractor and Builder
lValer in.BuiIdin Material
Building Stone, Clean Coarse Sand and
La Grande, Oregon
Dro a bn .naming work, and I wil
nam u.e ngni.pnce.
Any thin or undeveloped girl or woman
will be benefited by tak:ng Holster's
Rocky Mountain Tea. It i r.
greatest known remedies for maim..
?rople strong, healthy and well. Tea cr 1 R P-r,e- v
ablets, 35 cents. Newlin Druo Co I Hn,s: K
3'J!o:r;. A p
'V L. A.-.v,..
When you'r brok. th girls are shy
They turn and fly when you come n'gh
Brae up old man. show tome pluck
Tak Rocky MounUin Tea; t will chance
your luck. Nswlih Druo Co
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"'y invito. 4 mmbers cordi-
invited to attend cordially
LA GRANDE LOnrr ,
WOODMEN OP Tt2D9.e: o. 16q.
very F,oa; "-,LDM
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