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LA GRAXDE EVENING OBSERVER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911.
JOTICE OF STREET I3PEOTTrEXr
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No
t)c is hereby given that in pursuance
of 8 resolution adopted by the common
council of the city or La Grande. Ore
gon, on the first day of December, 1909.
creating Improvement district No. 9
and designating Fourth street as such
dlsrrict, and la pursuance of a resolu
tion adopted by said common council
on the fifth day of July. 1911. whereby
said council determined and Cectared
Its intention to improve all that por
tion of Fourth street, in said Improve
ment district as hereinafter described,
by laying thereon cement sidewalks,
on each side of street, tne council will,
ten days after the service of this no
tice upon the owners of the property
tffected and benefit ed by such im
provement, order that said above de
icribed Improvement be made; that the
boundaries of said district to be so im
proved are as follows:
All that portion of Fourth stree '
frnm the south curb line of Jefferson
.rpmie. to the north curb line nf M !
IA) And the property affected or!
benefitted by said Improvement Is as
East half,' of blocks 1, 2. and 3,
Crandy's addl Ion and west half of
block 58. 59. 60, 9?. 103,104. 105 and
115 and east half of blocks T5. 74 and
' fi7. Chaplin's addition to La Grandfl,
. Oregon. Also tract of land on ouria
f street situated in SE corner of sec
6, T 3, S.. R. 38. E. W. laying b?
twten Pennsylvania and Main ave
nues.' . ; ' ,'.
Xo'lce is hereby further given that
' the council wll levy a special assess-
ikes': on all -tfee pro:irty affected and
benefitted by such improvement for the
purpose of paying fcr such improve
rafrt. That tlvs eslliaated cost of suca
imtircT-nun; is tbs -sum of $2 200X0.
That the council will, on the BecotiJ
day of Augost,19H meet at the council
'chamber at th? hour of 8 o'clock, p. m..l
to consider said estimated cost, and
the levy of said assessment, when a
hear'ng will be granted to any peron
feeling aggrieved by such assessment.
La Grande, Oregon, July 21st, 1911.
CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRAXDE,
OREGOX. , 'V :,
i By C. M. Ill-MPH RETS,
Recorder of the City or La Grande,
Oregon. ' , ,
:-2i -lot :'.':' ';;'?-.'"" , : . '
NOTICE OF STBEET FMPROYEXEJif 1
- . . ." :C :. . I
TO WHOM IT iiAY CONCERN: No-'
titre is hereby given that In. pursuance
of a resolution adopted by the common
council of the city of La Grande, Ors
gon. on the 27th day of October, J909,
creating improvement district No. . S,
and designating Second street as such
ft Perry Pneumatic
i Wind Mills. Deming Pumps, Richardscn & Boynton n -
Warm Air Purnaces. Pipe Valves and Fittings, Gut
ters, Plumbing Fixtures
ment of Nickel Trimmings.
Cement Couiractor & Builder
Get myfigutes befoiz' bti'.dtig ' yevr. .side:a!L: You- can
build - a cement house .ss c:csp zs 'frame. 25 years
experience. Phone Main k$
It's Good For W
district, and in pursuance of avesolu-f
tion adopted by said common council
on the fifth day of July, 1511. whereby
i-.a coucc:i determined and declared
its intention to Improve all :hat por
tion of Second street, in said improve
ment district as hereinafter described,
by laying thereon consent sldt-w-jk an(j
constructing curb on each side, cf the
street, the council will, ten days after
the senrice of this notice upon lhlEAT0 PETITIOX SIGXEK
owners of tne property affected and
benefitted by snch Improvement, order
that said above described Improvement
be made; that the boundaries of said
district to be so Improved are as fol
lows: All that portion of Second street
from the soutn curb p.ne or Jefferson
avenue to the north curb line of Main
A) And the property affected or
benefitted by said improvtmea: is s
follows: - - '
East half of blocks 7. 8 and 9 and
we8t half of blo;k " and 1. all
- i "twa signing tnese peut:ons o so at
Grande' 0reSn- ' the county court house. Allen H. Eat-
Notice is hereby farther given that ion, state represen.ative from Lan?
the council will levy a special assess- county, may submit such a measure
mcnt on all tha property affected and to the voters of Or?gon under the Inl
benefl ted by such improvement for Illative in the general '.lection of No
the purpose of 'paying for such im-jv-mlKr. 1912. Mr. Eaton is psrticu
rroivment. That the estimated cost.ofi larly interes ed In such a law as he
such improvement Is the sum of $2.-J proposed from .he fact that he was a
tfl mn win. on the! umber. al jth. Lens.. county, deiega
sscond.day of August. iSU. mett at j tion that ' stctrre, througa tae last
the council chamber at the tocr of S" Crtgcn legislature. Increased appro-
O'clock p. m., to conslcer said esti
maied cost, and the levy of said as
sessment, when a hearicg will be
granted to any person ftilttg argriev
efl by such ass?ssmett. .,
La Crande. Oregon". J!y-.St. 1911.
CITY COUNCIL OF LA. GHAXDE,
' Cr.EGOX. ' '
' Efcorder c? ;hi Ci-y t L?. aissle
- Plj-e fr Sale.
A large ijnantity of terra cot'.a pipe
suitable for well curbs aad drains. Di
mensions. Itcia IS to SO inches. This
will be sold rerr chean as I am clean-!
ng up all work in La Grande.
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B. S. DAVIS. Foley Hotel.
Lace Mjkfrs Face Idleness.
Paris, August 1 -About 200.COO hand
lace makers of Franc? are threatened
T-;rb( dr" 'tiitioj ptv scco'."rt of imita
tions made on machines and marketed
at low prices. An organization headed
by projr.in;nt women may be formed
t- - - , n- i-(,i.ii erii.jjg ua .
chine made lace as hand made.
Water Systems, Sainsci;
of All Kinds, Pull Assort
SHElI METAL WORKERS
hat Ails You
TO EXEET EFFORT
Would Have 111 Petition Stewed
tie Ceauty Court Hoom.
: Xew ways to evade possible fraud
in signing of petitions looking to
ward the making or unmaking of Ore
gon laws ars pointed out by Repre
sentativs Eaton of Leip county !n a
detailed account in ths Oregonian:
Convinced that .he only direct wav
j to abate the frauds practiced in this
; state In securing signatures to fnitia-
live and referendum pe:i.ions ia ,to
aiii.ua xoa law ana require tnat per-
pnattens for th
whkh have be n
f-n ml'lnn ..f.;
. .t-.w. . Jthr bureau of chemistry.
"I am eatisfied that if the present; "It is mw firm belief." safrt wth
'" i',,a5 lce circmatton.orini- dog of the public health today, "that
j tiative and refer; ndum petitions is ' many thousands of Americans are suf
I amended so as to require-that every : ferin? now from 'incarafcle' dlssases
j elector desiring o s!gn such a petition who might have been healthy had th:y
s:us.r go t.- t:-e county ronrt bouts to ' vn;C the proner me;cine8 when th?
;do so, the fraud that is now carrl.d rtiseas? was in Its infancy. But thev
on In securing signature win be done' reli d on the advice of quacks and
away entirely," said Mr. Eaton ; consumed large quantities of nostrums
at :he Imperial yesterday: "Invesiga--which, while they might not have
jtScns that have been made disclose harmed ..them, still did them no"good
tthat a large percentag? of th -signs-. 'at all. "
, - - a . vuuuui U luc 1.US'
'III M in in. mapanjiim A V. .. T-t "
: versny of Or; gon approjr!a;icn
-..o aua uc uiaus. ins jEm going to take the matter up with
Sama "! trim nt V ..!! . . .
" ' . . """"l
msasure in tne recent cam-
jpnlga in Portland. '
Tay Indnees Fraud.
I "Ti pr:sent system of securing
"ca urea to Iaitla Ive snl refe-'a-
cam ptit;cr.s by paid circulatrrs at 5
cr 10 cenra amine hss proved a pra
mium on forg;ry and other crook-:d
work by pro! ssicca! c rculatcrs. Of
course provision could be msde and
win he made in the proposed meas-;
tire, by which voters in tua larger!
;uusill-3 Ol HIS S at?. re!ln Ht rnn.
- - "
sld.rabe distance from the county seat?
will pot be required to make a ions;'
"Journey to the court house merely to'
ign some peuticn In which they m!Mt ,hi ci8Ssis this vear !8 slight
;be in ercstod. Tht3 is a itrtail whWi ,nil u U unrstcod the rim win
to m en? r.,g ma m..s
au reierejiGista tLaj tn?v hav; assured
Sm- l""st theyi fsvrr s-aa-.e scrt piun!
a vne omy means of. curtailing (be
fraud ' ia now prac V.d. If I sfurei.
ettSIfieRt erxor.rsr?mnt r:Icir hf ! M
iir.o I shall ass's; to draft a bill that
ccrer" the euh.'cl I h.-.ve cntlined.
o hsiT frr m nay fntjrts'cd rortr who
hss any suggestions to rcalte concern -
1 Hons should he mailed to me at Eu -
In 'crdjr to Vive the propsssd' mea-
j ssre a tiiorousli test, it la the plan ofi
!Mr. Eaton, when 'the bill has 'been"
(drafted, to have copies cf It U ft 'with
the county clerks of the several co-jn-
Tlie. ii:! Intive paUitjas will Is
k-;?t la tha o.Uct s of th :
Ctr.ty 11 ; S3
w.ivi ici luu-i IU fcit:U iiieia
si.l be.obl?gs!'to'sd to the. o.Tco cf
a V a ' i- . . .
u.uu oiuciai ia tne county court. Bcvh
to o so.
In this viy Mr. t.ton I's -
th?-d 2i:d -en Iho part of!
tlio pcopla of the sta'e for such a aica- f
sur will be thoroughly teatc J bv tho '
extent to which tha petitions shall be!
9sn:d voluntarily. In subml'-ttns the
prpcr,-:d measure, no pa;d circulators
will bo' cmplaywl. jftft:?fl prti-j
tiong will bear the e?ts(ur:s of only!
rhose electors su.1icent!y in-j
terested in the pl?nrj go to the court
l.ouse and aHlx their sijtnaturca to the
1 llt'ons. '
, Eaton Favor? JSysiem. . '
I am a friend of tha Oregon system.
as my record plainly bIiows," said Mr.
EaJon, "and in suses.lug tha chan.c;3-!
I have in the method of securing s!?-j
natures to Initiative and referendum
petitions, I do so as a frifnd of that j
system. The Oregon system has only
two enemies; those who have no nse
for S: at all ar.d those who. whil
profs':cg to be its frlocds, will not
consent to any changes that will mske
its application more safe and guard
the people against the abuses to which
it is now subJHied. Of :bt two ece-
mies. the latter class is the more dan-
gerous to the permanent? 0
7 Ear0n said ver-av t 1' 0r8a Aricl College re- K. MOUTOR. M. D.-FhySlri,3 aa-S
in st, w iw l WT.rb.tr ot Oregon - , BOt growers are getting 3.73 a box rv St. Phones- O-V V h fS
rl Umt,his l "jfor their rars now. Although th,rei S
the e l that Is b.ng prepared to j m., Bot be over fi..r or sisty rcnt ' '
annul the referendum movement ;of MM, cm ,t nXii Rlrer ft ! A u RICHARDSON. M. D
aganst the university appropriation.. ' ls of wllrat that j fce-J J. V. LOUGHLIN. M. D
Among the minor details to be decided j ,t -., b a coo, Ttar - Drs v,:aron jnr.
vfiuu u tue taiiiaver waose name win
. appear aB plaintiff In the proceedings !
which will be instituted in th Marion i
county crcuit court..
XEW CAXPAIGN AGAISST JHEDI-
!ES lXArGl KATEH.
Ilariey W. Wfley, Pare Food E.v.trt,
Leads In fnia!ini Again.
Washington August I a -urauu it
I campaign against the manufacture an 1
KaiB nr r.'ii rwi;;ni i ,!.
j tied by Dr. Harvey W. WUey, chief of
.- i constaer tnat patent medicines
at r til. ruiatf tpi run in rv Jiiifi
COi5"f 83 ia an eCor! t0 ,ne P"
saee of a bill which win nmvi tt-.nt
11 mannfartllrpa nf nntotl rtr.
have a pharmacist's certificate and
tnal aH persons who sell or pjcr.be"
'hose must be possessed of a doctor's
degree valid In the plitce -i:r; Ihey
operate. I think that this will put
end to the illicit business of promiscu
ons paten' medicine selling and savo
many- thousands of p;rsons from be
comir.s slaves to the habit." ,
(itlddrn Trir Entries In.
, New Tork, Angtist 1. The entry list
for th Glidden tour closed today. The
tour w'll start in Ssmmber. Inter-
- .. :s"..; : - r""":.rv::, n
1 ;-.ii' irm :;Jt ..;; ii' ;.;JLlii. fQ' o
NICE LEVEL LOTS LOCATED TWO BLOCKS UOnTHOF
THE RAILROAD SHOPS. :
IVe are offering these- lots at from $160.' to $200. each, on
the most liberal terms '
We furnish you an abstract of title, Wtien yov have
for these lots. Not a poor tot in our whole offering
Better call at our
Bell Phone Main 752. .
Independent phone 262.
Foley Motel Block.
te called eff if the entries do cot to-
tal SO or core ty toRifht.
(.'ood Price fsr Pears
Oregon Agrkuliural Co'leee,
vallU, Ore., July Z9.
"The price for
p?ars skeins to be especially rood
said Deaa A. B. Cordler
1 NOTICE OF STREET ISPEOTESENT
5 ' TO WHOM IT MAT CO.NXERX: Xo-
Jtice is hereby given that In pursuance!
! of a resolution adopted by tha common i
council of the city of La Grande. Ore- j
gon, on the fifth day of August. 1909
; creating improvement district Xo. 2,
; and designating Third street as such
district, and in pursuance of a reso-
1 lution adopted by said common coun
cil on the fifth day of July. 1911,
whereby said council determined and
, declared its intention to improve all
' that portion of Third street, in saidj
2 Imvrovement district as hereinafter
described, by laying thereon cement
sidewalkg on each side of t"ie street,!
' tk council . wai, . ten days after the
servsc ot tnjs notice upon tne" owners
of the property affected and benefitted
by such improvement, order that said
above described improvement be made;
that the boundaries of said district to
be so improved are as follows:
All that portion of Third street, from
tthe south curb line of Jefferson ave
nue, to the north curb line of Main
fA And the proper'y affected or
baeflt'ed by said improvement is as
East half cf blocks ".8 9 and west
l.slf of llocks 1, 2 and S. all In Gran
, dy's sddHion to the city of La Grande.
v.v r.... -.v..
, th council will lery a "special assess
ment on all the property affected and
benefitted by suctt improvement ' for
the purpose of paying for such Im
provement. That the estimated cost
sof such improvement Is the sum 'of
$1.C-I9.fi(. Thai th council will.' on th-?
s?cor.d day of' AasA"-," 1011. meet at
the council chamber at the hour of!
S o'clook. p. m. to consider snid eti-
roated cost, and the levy of said as
sessment, when a hearing will b?
sranied to any person feeling acgriev
by such assfsment.
La Grande. Oregon. July 2lst,19U.
CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
.;' OREGOX. ,' ".;
By C. M. HVMPREYS.
P.ec order of the City of La Grande,
7-21-im '; . '".'..-
office and learn more about these ids.
riuirEssiox il nr.i ( i r r.i
PKIMHAXS AM) M KGE3S
J Physicians and Surgeocs
' Phone Office Black 13-:; led.
Dr- Rkhardson's Res. Main IC;
I1"- Loughlins Rts. Mala t:T; !nJ.
lI- rPTOX. Ph. G. M. !. Physician
and Surgeon. Special attention t-
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat. 0e
1n La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phones: OIEce Main 2; Resi
dence Main 32.
DR. H. L. UNDERWOOD Fhygfelaa
and Surgeon. Special attention to
disiases and surgery of the eye.
Phones: O.Ttce. Main 22; Residence
Main 72S. Ind. 631.
j G EO.
W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
8, 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332.
Pacific. Main 63: Residence. Black
Sucossor to Dr. F. E. Moora-
G. T, DAE LAND, CHIPvOPRACTOIt,
not Drugs, not Sargtry, not Oste
opathy v Consultation free. Rncrc
20. la Grande National Bank Eidg.
J. C. PRICE. D. M. D. Dentist. Rooia
23. La Grande National Back BuiU
ing. Phone. Black S9.
DR. P. A. CIJARLTOX. Vetfrinary S-.ir-geon.
. Oce at Hill's Drug stor?.
La Grande. Residence Phoue. Rel
701; , Office' Phone, Black 131; In
dependent Phone 53; Both Phonea
ATTOEXETS AT LAW
COCiTRAN & CCCIIRAN Attorneys;
Chaa. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Cacfi
rnn. Ij Grande, National Bank
.Buildir.g. La Grande. Oregon.
T. IT. CRAWFORD Attorney at Law.
Practices in all the courts of the
State and United States. OITiee in
La Grande National Bank Building;,
La Grande, Oregon.
LAW OFFICES CF GHERX & SM ALL.
A'torncys, ovfr Silverthorne's Druj?
store. La Grande, Oregon. R.' Jos.
Grern and Chas. A. Small. Rooms
15 tind 16. '
D. W. C. XKION Mining Engineer.
B.ilrr C'tv. Or-rccn.