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ETEXIXO OBSERVER, LA GRAXDK. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 1, l08.
La Grande Lodge M. meeta In
.'their hall every 8atuJ night. Via
ting brother cordlairvlted to At
tend. Cemetery plat V b seen at
t. j. scriaiN. n. a.
. E. COX. Secrets'
' . C. JT. VANDERPOHFln. Sec
La Grande Lodge
41, A. F.
JL. M., hold regulsfieetings
nd third Saturday
SO p. m.
C D. HUTFHAN,
. . La Grande Neat
17, meeta la
the K. of P. hall e
I. B. VANDERMtiEN. Executive.
C W. BAR. Secretary.
Red Cross LodaJNo.
very Monday even
In CasUa Hall,
to all visiting knlgH
H)CTOR, C C
R. L. LINCOLN,
of R. S.
r Hope Chapter Nf
S, O. E. a. hold
the second and
each ' month.
- ; MART O.
, W. M.
MART A. WARE:
.tv,.., . . M. Btf A,
Meeta first and rd Thursday eve
at I. O. O. F. halljVlaltlng members
J. A. ARB
Crystal Lodge P. 60, meets every
. "Tuesday evening It the I. O. O. F.
' Hodge. All visit!! members are In
vited to attend, j f
LAUK STILES, N. G.
JENNIE SMI-I. Secretar.
L.L T. M. ' ""
Hive No. ill O. T. M., meets
verj' first and ard Thursday of each
'month at 2 o'cfck In the afternoon.
"Visiting membei made welcome.'
SADIE K.INTWORTH. L. C.
"MRS. EVA M'lrTTRE, K. of R. .
No contract too Jarge or
, ; vr .too small v" '
Satif dCton Guaranteed
V 5. L. ROBERTS
PHONE BLACK 582
- lit STRINGIIAM, 4
H Sales erted cn short notice.
-4 Satisfaction guaranteed. 4
- No extra charge for distance.
- LA GRANDE - - - OREGON
Route No. 2. 'Phone No. 19x
I THE GEORGE
We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8V
Woodmen of the World.
La Grande Lodge No. 1(9, W. O.
W., meets every Saturday evening
In K. of P. hall In the Corpe
building. All visiting members wel
come. M. M. MAIlCjUIS,
I. H. KEENET, Consul Commander.
" Clerk. '.
F. O, E.
La Grande Aerie No. 251, F. O. EU
meets every Friday night In felts'
hall at I p. m. Visiting brethren In
vited to attend. .
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
3. H. LEISHMAN, W. 8.
f Fcreatera ot AmetMk
v Court Maid Marian No. 31 meets
cond and fourth Wednesday night
uM ny4 M WIMWI.
to attend, .
NERI ACKLES, C, R.
"6. V. HENDRICKS, F. 8..
Board of Trustee: Dr. G. I Bit
ters, Oacar Berger and Herbert Pat
terson. .!..;,..,.;,. ..,.;
. La Grande Lodge No. 411, meets
each Thursday evening at I o'clock la
Elks' hall on Adams avenue. Visit
ing brothers are cordially Invited to
attend.'.... .'. . '
. . W. B. SARGENT. Exalted Rultr,
G. E. M'CULLY. Rec Sec.
L O. O. F. s
Star Encampment No. SI. L O. 0.
E, meets every second and fourth
Wednesday In the month In Odd Fel
lows' hall. Visiting patriarchs always
welcome. ' D. E. COX, C. P.
' W. A. WORSTELL, Scribe. .
, M. W. A. .
La Grande Camp No. 770S meet
every Monday evening at I. O, O. F.
hall. All visiting neighbors are cor
dially Invited to attend.
, E. Cy DAVIS, a
D. E. COX. Clerk.
Relief committee: E. . C. 1 Davis,
Charles Dlsqua. A. J. Warner and D.
The best thing you can do with your
wad, roll, pile, stockign or whatever
you mby call" your savings, is to put It
where it is sure to grow and be safe
while It. Is growing. The bank is the
spot, and our' bank Is the right one In
which to deposit your savings, both
for security and good interest Every
man and woman ought to have. an In
dependent bank account. Let us show
you how money grows when In our
The Eastern Oregon
Trust & -Savings
F. M. BTRKIT, President
WM. MILLER, Vice-President.
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier.
T. J. SCROGGIN, Assistant Cashier,
F. J. HOLMES, rreaaurar.
Imbler. April t. (Special.) -A.
Hubbafd of Seattle is In the city, f
A train on. the O. R. AN. killed a
cow Monday, belonging to Mr. Short
er. The bill posters for the Norrls &
Rowe circus are decorating Imbler to
C. E. Iddlngs has returned and will
remain here this summer.'
Wade & Robinson 'have started
their sawmlN and many thousand feet
of lumber comes to Imbler dally. '
.Mrs. T. R. Monk was here today.
Mrs. L. Billings is on the. sick list
Miss Etta Coble and Mrs. R. J.
Campbell went to Elgin today;
' School closes Friday with a program
and picnic. -y '
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hibberd visited
in Wallowa, guests of Mrs. C. ' M.
Wade last week. .''.i. .
C. O. Ramsey was here yesterday
buying potatoes. '
Prof. O. C. Maxwell has been se
cured as principal of our school for
the coming term. Our school board
Is to be congratulated. '
Couthy School Superintendent E.
Bragg passed through here today.
SELL IRRIGATED LAND.
About Two Thousand Farms, Includ
ing Oregon Land, Sold Today.
Washington, May 1. Neftrl'y 2000
farms were put on the bargain coun
ter today by Uncle Sam and will be
disposed of to the first persons who
comply with the government provis
ions for their disposal. All of the
land is contained In Irrigation projects
constructed by the government In the
semi-arid districts of the west. The
area, of the farms ranges from 10 to
160 acres each. Purchasers will ' be
allowed 10 years in which to pay for
them. In Nevada, in connection with
the Truckee-Carson project, 1000
farms of 80 acres each can tje taken
up with an entry fee of $8 and $3 an
acre annually for 10 years.
In Oregon 200 farms will be avalla'
ble on the Umatilla project of from
10 to 20 acres each. These lands will
cost from $600 to $1200. "
In South Dakota 175 farms will bo
available In tracts of 80 acres, and In
Wyoming 200 on the North Platte pro
ject, costing from $600 to $1200.
Residence on' and cultivation of the
farms will be required of the pur
chasers, and every means will be
taken to guard a-jslnst apssuictc;.
. At the Klccirk-.
Manager Sherwood still continues to
hold the interest of the public with
his reproduction of the "Passion"
play, as crowds flock to the theater at
every performance. Tomorrow will
be the last day of the . play. Ther?
will be a matinee In the afternoon,' be
side tho usual performance In the
evening." - ,
Every child should see the "Pas-8lon"-play
at least once and the mati
nee tomorrow afternoon will affor;'.
them an opportunity. Admission:
Children, 10c; adults. 15c.
Evening Observer 65e per month.
when served by one of our clean and
refined young ladles will be pleasing
for two good reasons. In the . young
lady and in the surroundings you will
tee refinement and cleanliness, and In
the cream itself you will find nothing
but the best to suit your taste. .We
can serve you In any quantity, and we
make It a specialty it cater to wed
dings, churches, etc., etc. For sale
at the following dealers:
A. T. mix.
. SILVEKTHORX A MACK.
BLUE MOUNTAU (REAMERY CO
Notice of Flint Meeting of Creditor,
la the District Court of the United
States for the District of Oregon.
, In the matter of-Jas. E. Blrdsell,
. IN VBANKRUPTCT.
To the creditors of Jas. E. Blrdsell,
of La Grande. In the. county of Union,
and district aforesaid, a bankrupt: '
Notice is hereby given that on the
SOth day of April, A. D. 1908. the said
J&s. E. Blrdsell was duly adjudicated
bankrupt: and that the first meeting
of his creditors will be held in the of
fice of the referee in bankruptcy in
La Grande, Oregon, on the 11th day
of May, A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, at which time the said
creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt, and transact such other
business as may properly come before
said meeting. K '
. April SO, 10. .
JNO. S. HOD.QIN,
DAS0-M1 ' Referee in Bankruptcy.
Notice for Bids,
bids will be reecived at the city re
corder's office until 4 o'clock, May
6th, for the purchase ot what Is
known as the pest ' house property,
reserving the five acres on which the
pest house Is situated, or for the
lease of the entire property, the terms
to be cash, and bids to be accompan
ied by a twenty-five ($25.00) dollar
check. The city reserves the right to
reject any or all blda.
By order of the city council.
D. E. COX, Recorder. .'
FIELD and GARDEN
' in uum cum in yarvcigGO.
We have been the seed
distributor of this county
for several years and our
stock as usual is complete.
Feed of All Kinds
.' EARLY ROSE SEED
: : STORAGE : :
A. V. OLIVER
I Slater Block J ! 1
PAINT AMD WALL j
I AND , I
t PAPERHANGINO J
Staniels & Bugg
1420 ADAMS AVENUE 7
La Grande, Oregon
Machinery is Here
' Our power honaerlmnlng
I U . .11 1.L II.. m , . u m.iu
' are now ready to receive or
ders. Remember we ran
I clean your house and carpets
without removing a single ar
Urie from your home. '
SCOTT & ALTHEIDE
PKOSE, Black 1772
THE POINTS THAT
' WE provide an absolutely safe pluce
to deposit your money.
WE are not an experiment, but a
' grown, really existing reality. '
WE return your money -all of Iton
WE are prosperous and responsible,
as well as progressive.
WE give you the Beet of Service) as
the result of long experience.
. v . . '
WE have ample Capital and Sorplua
to protect your Interest In every
We pay interest on Certificate of Deposit for 6 months and on
' ".' Savins Accounts.)
FARivicRS Aniij TRADERS v
OF U GRANDE
W. SCRIBER. Cathisr
JOSEPH PALMER, President Q. E. MoCULLY, A. C
Keep 1 the money at home
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no more and Just as
sweet. All dealers.
Grande Ronde Lumbe r Co.
' PERRY, OREGON .
- ....'.'.;''..'';: ' . ., .,
CAN FURNISH LUMBER Of ALL KINDS
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
Tor 16 inch Chain Wood
von up w. a., ui.mii, lq
I have taken up and now have In
my posseslson five head of hogs which
( make no clal mot owning, and which
will be delivered to the rightful own
ers upon payment of charges and the
proper proof of ownership. The said
hogs are described as follows: Two
ows marked swallow fork In .'each
ear, two ahotes unmarked; one sow,
marked split and underblt In each
ear. Bald hogs are now at the old
Frank Mitchell place at Cove, Ore.
April , 1901. '
A. B. CONLET.
d4-f-S- Cove, Ore.
Stock ranch of 1620 acres, located '
one-nau mue mm oi union; sv aeres
In alfalfa. All under water. Stock,!.
on or addreaa owner. C. F. Blemsen
Land for Rent.
We have 120 acres of excellent land
for rent. Call at one. V.
. F. 8. BRAMWELt
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Delivered at your Home, V
uiauue. rnom, neu iir .. ,
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Arrival and Depanore of Trataa
No. 1, westbound Portland ftpssiat,
arrives :it a. m.; departs, t:lt a. as.
No. I, aaatbound passenger, asatl
and express, arrives at :! a. as.; e
parts (:! a. in.
No . -Mtb-a Chle..B '
. , . .... 7 .
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Bd preM( .mves p. L; de-
par ta, 1 p. m.
' B3gln Branch. ; v
leaves La Orande at I a. so.
arrives In La Oraade at l:t.
H. KEENET, Agent,
;' ,' . .
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C. J. BLACK.
Im drandei, Oregon.