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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1911)
LA GRANDE EVENINQ OBSERVER,
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
This plat gives size, location and price of 2 choice
home sites. Nearly y4 acres for $300.00. Make your
own terms. Buy in Riverside addition and be assured
of a big profit in a short time.
j Price $300.00
";.,;', : Y AVENUE
WM. MILLER & BRO. KEi H07 Adams Ave.
r ARK LAWS VIOLATED.
j"he rooms are good and
Iteam heated only one
J block from depot ;
j). C. Brichoux, Proa.
O CHURCH X0TICES
Xethodlst Episcopal Church.
After the Sunday school at 9:43
which will close its session at about
10:45, the people will go to the Chau
tauqua grounds for the remainder of
th day where there will be preach
ing at 11:30 by the pastor of the M. E.
church. An excellent program of mu
sic has been arranged; Miss Frances
Breckenrldge will sing a new solo, and
all the singing besides will be con
gregational. . '
The pastors desires that all the
friendg of the. Methodist church, all
the regular and irregular attendants
take advantage of the occasion to
spend a full day at the park, taking
J. D. GILLILAN.
be combined with the union meetings
at Riverside park'.
W. S. SEEMANN, Pastor.
Christian Science Serrtee.
Christian Science Bervlce is held on
Sunday at 11 a. m. at 907 C avenue.
The subject of lesson sermon Is "Sacrament."
St Peters Church.
Fourth Sunday After Trinity.
Holy Comunion ,.. 8:00a.m.
Sunday school ,20:00 a.m.
Morning service 11:00a.m.
Evening service 7:30p.m.
PEACHES NEWEST FRUIT.
Presbytertan Chnrch. ... "'
Morning and evening services
Freewater and California peaches
went on sale this week-end and adds
another line of summer fruits for the
inspection of the shopper.. The ship
menls fcrrlvlng here have been of a
very luscious quality and have sold
readily enough, too. The Freewater
variety Is a little earlier than usual
Picnic Party ForgH to Carry Away
.. ,vi., Residue of Lunches.
Flagrant violations of decency laws
were recorded at Riverside park Fri
day probably through negligence and
carelessness more than willful disre
gard for existing laws. Watermelon
rinds, "leavings" of lunches and a
general disregard for all park rules
mark the spot, where campers spent
the noon hour. The park Is unquali
fiedly for campers but not to be used
as a dumping ground for "leave overs"
As stated, it-was probably a case of
forgatfulness but other camperB should
remember to clean up waste paper,
rinds and similarly obnoxious articles
before leaving. Picnic dinners are
encouraged and facilities are freo to
morrow, but that does not mean
flagrant disregard of rules governing
the park, as other parks are governed.
Catcher "Hickory' .. Johnson and
jlgbt fa your busiest season when yon Pitcher joe Willis of the Decatur
Three-I league team, are booked" to
eat in big league hotels, so 'tis said.
McGraw wants Johnson and thei Cubs
are after Willis. . -' ;
, 3 the least time to spare you are mow
Jy to take diarrhoea and lose several!
. time, unless you have Chamberlain's
i Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at
nand take- a dose on the first appear
' 4 the diaeaxe. For sale by all dealers.
Consult him before letting your '.sidewalk;
5 POUND TIN TOPS
CAR LOAD RECEIVED
af the .
George Palmer Lumber Co.
Retail Dept. Phone, Main 8 (
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.GRANbE JiOmt MEAT. CO..
Uses only Refrigerator Counters
and they show our cut meats in a
most sanitary and appetizing way
SOTICE. ance with the assessment herein lev
Notice of the recorder of the city of! led and to collect said assessment,'
La Grande! Oregon, of the assessment the same being In improvement dls-
of Main Btreet from the east curb line trlct No. 3 In said city of La Grands
of First street to the west line of! Oregon," is now In my hands for col-
Fourth street. - i lection and that any assessment there-
'iwlm '' ' L's.vL .'lrt-,' --' '' wih. naid to ut at. any , time
sessraem rou xor we improvement H wltWn ten 10) dayg from th 8tJ Car
Main Btreet from the east curb line of j m , - 4 , - . 4
First street to the west line of Fourh of Ju' 1811' without penalty, interest
street, being in Improvement district or cost; and each property owners is
No. 3 In the city of La Grande; Ore-1 hereby notified that on application to
gon, under the provisions of Ordi-jtbe undersigned within ten (10) day3
nance No. 537, Series 1911, entitled: from the th day of July, 1911, which
"An Ordinance declaring thcost of the Arst Publication of th.s notice,
improving Main street from the east1"? " b& flowed to pay such as
curb line of First street to the" -west cessment In ten (10) annual install
line of Fourth street; determin-i I' .the flr8t bailment thereof
lng the Droperty benefitted thereby, being due and payable on or before
levying an assessment thereon to de-. the 17th day of July, 1912. If appllca.
fray the costs and expenses of the im
provement; providing for the assess
' ment roll of the same and directing the
entry of said assessment in the docket
of city liens; providing a time when
the same shall become delinquent and
requiring the city recorder to prepare
a special assessment roll in accord-
J. E. Bradley & Co. . :
EEPAIE WORK A SPECIALTY.
PHOXtSt SHOP BLACK 71.
NEXT DOOR TO
South one half
South one half
South one half :,
South one half . ; ''
except 19 feet north and south
by 40' fetet east and west out
of southwest corner
19 feet north and south by
40 feet east and west, out of
southwest corner of ;
East 95 fetet :
West 40 feet
East 95 feet
.West 40 feet : '
E. 1-2 of N. 25.4 feet of
East one half of
East ona half of
W, 1-2 of N. 25.4 feet of
west one half of
west one half of
lnn la Tint mnria na nhnvP. nrovlded.
the whole amount will be and become
due and payable and dellnqurnt on the
17th day of July, 1911
All property owners interested are
hereby notified to appear at my office
In the city hall and pay the same.
Th assessment roll Is as follows:
GRISDFS ADDITION.' ' i
, Lot ame of Owner. Am't Assessment
, 1 G. W. and Kate Hansen . ... . . .?552.il
. 2 Geo. W. O'Neil and Emma
i O'Neil ...... J.............. 189.72
" ; 3 Mertie Aldrich ............... 60.40
' . 8 Pauline Slemon 100.78
Mary' M. and J." H. McLachlln. . 285.83
J. W. Knowles ...:........'... 732.08
Adle E. Russel ............... 669.9?
Adie E. Russel .......... 302.37
m. p. Hill 105.66
North 24.4 feet
East 50 feet
West 60 feet ; - v
East 50 feet
West 60 feet . .
North 25.4 feet,
'an of . : ( ;,;.', -
South tern ffRt , ' - :
N. 19 feet of South one half '
South one half of -
All of . -. ".
. . . 25.88 ,
. . . 202.49
. . . 290.91
. , . 647.86
. . . 90.81
. . . 657.94
C. T. Bacon and Annie E. Bacon 264.32
C. T. Bacon and Annie E. Bacon 41.23
M. K, Hall 53.39
Mrs. H. C.Gilman ............ 68.94
Mrs. H. C. Gilman ............ 203.10
Mrs. H. C. Gilman 659.17
Am't of Ae8mnt
Nellie M. Stephens
Nellie M. Stephens ...
' Joseph Jones
' Nelltes M. Stephens . . .
T. H. Crawford ........
T. H. Crawford' ,.
T. H. Crawford
F. L. Meyers ". ,
F. L.Meyers .........
F. L. Meyers .........
Emma A. Grady
A. C. Williams ........
F. H. Mytenger .......
J. G. Stephens '
F. K. Mytenger ........
J. G. Stephens ........
R. L. Newlln ..........
5ame ",' .... Description
A. C. Huntington, commencing 80 feet south of the southeast confer
of block 1, Grandy's addition to town of La Grande, Union county,
Oregon ; thence west 195 feet', thence south 125 feet, west 150 feet,
north 125 feet, west 46.3 feet, south 133.6 feet, east 212.5 feet, north
18.6 feet, east 178.3 feet, north 115 feet to beginning ..............1220.60
Christina W. Murphy, commencing 80 feet south and 295 feet west " '"
of southeast corner of block 1, Grandy's addition to the town of La
Grande, Union county, Oregon;' thence south 125 fleet, west 60 feet,
north 125 feet, east 50 feet to beginning 253.10
Irene Murphy, commencing 80 feet south and 245 feet west of south
east corner of block 1, Grandy's addition to the town of La Grande
Union county Oregon; thence south 125 feet, weat .50 feet, north 125
feet, east 60 feet to beginning- 253.10
Mrs. E. E. Curry, commencing 80 feet south and 195 fleet west of '
southeast corner of block 1, Grandv's addition to town of La Grande '
Union county, Oregon; thence sputh 125 feet, west 60 feet, north 125
feet, east 50 feet to beginning.
Nicholas Molitor, commencing 195 feet south of southeast corner of
block 1. Grandy'g addition to town of La Grande, Union county, Ore-
gon. thence west 178.3 feet, south 18.6 feiet, ast 178.3 feet, north
18.6 feet to beginning
By order of the council June 28th.i911.
CM. HUMPHREYS, Recorder of the City of La Grande.
No Horse i Shoeing 1
Wagon repairing a specially.
If your. Tires need resetting
give us a call, Second-hand
Buggies, Hacks and Camp
Wagons for sale.
,: Pool, Billiards, Cigars, Tobac
co and Soft' Drinks best and
most complete line of cigars In
Observer's Coast League base,
ball scores every day there's a
Corner Depot and Jefferson St.
FREE TO YOU MY SISTER
and Every Sister 8uf
S lint woman.
I know woman'! suffering. -
1 bav found tba cure.
J w.'if P'??1 rof charge, tnT,(m.'
ul with full liujtructloiia to any ufferw from
woman's allmenta. I want to iell ill women about
tola cure im, my rtiader, for youravlf, your'
daughter, your mother, or your utter. I want to
tell you how to euro youruolvea at home with.
out the hulp of a doctor. Men cimm) nndertitand .
women's aufferinga. What we women k now f res
uttritfict, we know better than any doctor. I
know that my'home treatment Im uafe and sure
cure for InicorrhoM or fthWtk liichtrp,, UletrallM. Olt
lictm.nl w Mllinj el tlx Nmb, f relow, tonti er Paiefut
hfloil, Oltrlni Mllnilu Tomttt, er Stmlht; etwtta
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etMlo ltiiin ep rh tiN, enlanckelir, til to tor, kot
fltalMt, eetimit, kiejney. u4 Metoir treuHti enert ctetet
tynakutMi ttetiitt to our urn.
I want to eond yon I eenplat lei ity kufaawt
eiHrthf fne to prore to yon tnat you can cure
ti Minttnne. It will eoct too nnlv atmnk U aente a week or leu than two oenta a day. It
yourself at home, easily, qutokly and
nmlr. Remember, that, ri elll eett ee eeHiki to
e the treatment a complete trial : and If joq
viii not interfere with your work or nomination. Jul s M net mm v tdrt, ell me how yon.
suffer If yoo wtoh, and I will send you the treatment for yoiLZ iJ.yTcmJK
per, by return man. i wui aieo senayoufneeiani, my oook himhi ipw
expumawrT iiiiutbrBviuoa enow ma wot women euxier, uww 1 v - - . :
at home. Krery woman should have It, and learn to Hilak for hertttf. Then when the doctor say
"You must have an oneration." vou can decide for yountelf. ThouHandsof woni en ha ve eured
themselves with my home reme
Painful or Irregular Menstruation In young ladles,
Ite nan. . .
It oures til m er
gular Menstruation In young ladles,
yoo live, I can refer you to ladles of y
er that this torn Trailswat really tent all
nlnmn tnn Mhttul. wff lud ma mm adriMic and
the book. Write to-dT. as you mar not Due this off'T Bfreia. Addrtws
Ta MnMun at Daurlllarl. I will eznlaln a
n-na Tnr.nrrhiM'a. (4reen Bioknemand
.umpnees and health always results from
dimple home treatment which speedily and effectually c
joet md4 as) leer Mdnit. and the free ten day treatment u yours, aueo
Wherever yoo live, I can refer you to ladles of your own looallty who know ana will Kladjy-
tsrat ail women umnnur, nnu uiMn " "
MRS. M. 8UMMER8, Box H
Notre Dame, Ind., U.S.A.
Money ' nvesfed in
that cannot be measured alone in dollars and
cents. There's satisfaction in knowing you have
a home when possibly all other investments fail
it gives you a feeling of security and demands
the recognition of your fellow townsmen, ; be
; cause by building you show your faith in the f u
; ture of the community. And every community
is known by its deeds. You can help and at the
same time help yourself. A home investment is
always the most meritorious, and loss is less like
ly because you are dealing in values you under
stand and with people you know. We have pup
pleid the lumber for the homes of many of your
friends who are now on the road to success, and
want to talk with you whenever you're ready.
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREEN WO C! & MADISON
Home Phone 421 Bell Phone, Main 732