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CVEXIXO OBSERVER. LA GRANDE, OKKG03, WEDXKSDAY, JTKE 10, 1008.
LA! GRANDE, ORE.; ;
Woodmen of the World.
La Grande. Lodge No. 16 , W. O.
W meets every Saturday evening
If K. of P. hmll in the Corpe
', , Jlnj. All visiting member wel
come. . . i M. M.. MARQUIS,
J. H. KEENET, Consul Commander.
r. o. m
La Grand Aerie No. 151, F. O. E,
meet every Friday night In Elks'
hall at t p. m. Vetting brethren in
vlted to attend. -,
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
J. H. LEISHMAN, W. a
. Fcresters ot America.
vCourt Maid Marian No. SI meet
second and fourth Wednesday night
In K. of P. hall. Brothor are Invited
... NERl ACKLES. C. R.
Q. V. HENDRICK8, F. -S.
Board of Trustee: Dr. O. U Big
. gers, Oscar Berger and Herbert Pat
O. IS, B.
Hope Chapter NovlJ, O. E. 8., hold
stated communication the second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month.
.. totting memoers cordially Invited.
MART O. FORREST, W..M.
MART A. WARNICK, Secretary.
i. o. o. jr.
8tar Encampment No. II, L O. O.
F meets every second and fourth
Wednesday In the month In Odd Fal
low' hall. Visiting patriarch always
welcome. D. E. COX, C. P.
W. A. WORSTELL, Scrib.
' M. 11. of A.
Meets first and third Thursday eve
at I. O. O. F. hull. Visiting members
J. A. AJtnrCKLE. President
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Secretary.
B. P. O. E. . .
La Grande Lodge No. 43S, meets
each Thursday evening at I o'clock In
Elks' hail on Adam avenue, Visit
ing brother are cordially Invited to
W. B. SARGENT. Exalted Rule".
0. E. M-CULLT. Rec. Bee
WE have: IT! .
the: very best
line of GROCERIES and
VEGETABLES In the
city, everything tooth
1 for stylish dinner tables
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY I
E. P0LACK. Propr.
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO.
If You Want Gasoline
Pumps, Pipe or Plumbing,
fid been tr
troubled with kidney
rtftj-ibert R. Watt of Balem, Ho.
T iMtJk-sh nd never felt well and
doctored with leading physician and
tried all remedies suggested without
Finally I tried Foley' Kidney
I. O. O. F.
, La Grand Lodge No. If, meet In
their hall every Saturday night. Vis
iting brother cordially Invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
Model Restaurant. . V .
, T. J. BCROQGIN. N. G.
D. E. COX. Secretary.
a J. VANDERPOEU Fin. Bee,
Jtt. W. A.
. La Grande Camp No. 7701 meet
every Monday evening at X, O. O. F.
hall. All visiting neighbor are cor
dially Invited to attend.
E. C DAVIS, C,
D. B. COX. Clerk.
Relief committee: E. C. Davis,
Charles Dlsqua, A. J. Warner and D,
B. COX. ' r '
. A. F. A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F.' A
a. M., hold regular meeting uiu
and third Saturday at 7:10 p. m.
L. H. RDSSELL, W. M.
C D. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
nroUicrhood of Owl.
La Grande Nest No. 17, meets In
the K. of P. hall every Tuesday eve
ning at I o'clock. Visiting brothers
J. B. VANDERMUELEN, Executive.
C. W. BAKER, Secretary.
K. of P.
Red Cross Lodge No. 27, meets
every Monday evening In Castle Hall,
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome
to all visiting knights.
D. H. PROCTOR, C. C.
R. U LINCOLN, K. of R. ft S.
L. O. T. M.
Hive No.' 27, L. O. T. M., meets
every first and third Thursday o each
month at 2 o'clock In the afternoon.
Visiting members made welcome.
SADIE KLINTWORTH, U C.
"MR8. EVA M'INTTRE, K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. SO. meet every
Tuesday evening at the I.. O. O. F.
lodge. All visiting member are In
vited to attend.
LAURA STILES, N..G.
JENNIE SMITH. Becretai-v.
Phone Main 75
Engines, Wind Mills. Tanks
Get Our Prices"
Cur and less than two bottle com
pletely cured me and I am now found
and well." During the summer kidney
Irregularities are often caused by ex
cessive drinking or being overheated.
Attend to the kidney at one by us
ing Foley' Kidney Car. A. T. Hill.
A few days ago T. B. Early of the
ColvtUe reservation, and Chief Red
Thunder, of the Ne Perce Indians,
passed through La Grande, giving El
gin as their destination. For the mind
of man the 'story of lost treasure has
always a fascination, and stories of
the real object of the journey ot these
men Immediately became rife. The
most generally circulated report Is
that they were In search of a mine,
supposed to be located tomewhere In
the mountains between here and Wal
lowa, about which many marvelous
stories have been circulated since the
occasion of a battle In that locality
between Chief Joseph's warriors and
the United States regulars. The story
runs that the red warriors were sur
rounded on a mountain, in their re
treat toward the Canadian border and
during the battle following ran out of
ammunition. Thereupon Chief Joseph
sent his young men to an abandoned
mine In which abounded virgin gold,
and soon the whites found that they
weer being killed with golden slugs.
Thus the legend. If It be one, goes;
and It has been revived from time to
time by mysterious visits of both white
men and Indians Into the locality of
the battle. Mr. Early denies that the
trip of himself and his protege had
any such significance, and thnt they
were simply on government business.
He admits, however, that they were
turned back by the snow, and were
entirely unable to accomplish their
object. He .says that they both will
return In August. They were watched
closely all the time after they left El
Chief Red Thunder Is a magnificent
physical specimen, and looks every
Inch a chief. But he will not talk. '
The two returned from Elgin last
evening and left today for Pendleton.
Notice of Annual School Meeting.
', Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of school district No. one, of
Union county, state of Oregon, that
the annual school meeting for said dl
trlct will be held at High School build
ing in said district, to begin at the
hour ot two o'clock p. m. on the third
Monday of June, being the 15th day
of June, A. D. 1908.
This meeting Is called for the pur
pose of electing one director to serve
for flv years and the transaction of
business usual at such meeting. Said
election shall be held from f p. m.
until ( p. m. and shall be by ballot.
Dated this 3rd day of June, 1908.
F. 8. IVANHOE,
Attest: Chairman Board of Directors
A. C. WILLIAMS, District Clerk.
In the County Courr, f "
of Union, Stole of Ore,
; .:. orge
In the matter of the e....
To A. A. Newnert, and all kr. ..vn and
unknown heirs of George Newbert,
deceased, resident anil aon-rcitlilent.
In the name of tho state of Ore
gon you are hereby cited and required
to appear In the county court of the
stato of Oregon, for. the county of
Union, at the court room thereof, ei
ijt Grande, In the County of Union, cn
Monday, the sixth 'day of July, 1D0S,
at ten o'clock In the forenoon of thnt
day, then and tncre to show cuute, If
any you have, why an order should
not be mnde, authorizing and directing
the administrator of the shove entitled
estate to sell the west of the north
east , section 12, township t, south
of ran no 17, E. W. M.; lots 3 and 4,
In block 119, Chaplin's addition to La
Grande, Union county, Oregon; and
lots 1 and 3, In block 15, Chaplin's
addition to La Grsnde, Union county,
(SEAL) HON. J. C. HENItT,
Judge of the County Court of the fltnU
of Oregon, for the County of Union
with the eal of said Court affile'
this third duy of June, 19011.
ATTEST: J. B. GILHAM.
Twin Fall lUtea.
Special reduced rat of 119.90 fror
La Grand o Twin Fall and retun .
recount, opening Twin Fslls-Sslmo
Rr- Land Water Co. Date of sal
Uf 0:h; good until Jun Ith.
. Tour truly, .
J. H. KEENET.
Every Thing for Your Correspondence Needs at f
..nri rt i.m n.tvTtJift.trT T L T !Li- f
I neriace vvnere
flECT SON ' S
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Notice to Contractors. , i
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received up till 4 o'clock
p. m. of June 1, 1908, by the district
school board of school district No. 1,
La Grande, Union county, Oregon, for
completing the Fourth ward school
building according to plans and spec
ifications on file with the school clerk.
Certified check for five per cent ' of
bid must accompany each bid. The
board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. Bids to be left with Ar
thur C. Williams, school clerk.
By order of district school board.
JS 19. - , " School Clerk.
is erecting a plant at
' for the manufacture of their
for water, oil, gas, etc., etc '
A moderate amount ot
money will etart you in
have been proved by
Competitive Tests to bo
The Het In The World.
For full particulars regard
ing; well drilling; machines.
tools, supplies, eic, wtivo io ...
THE STAR DRILLING MACHINE CO.
. u limn II jMF.awm,,l.. . iyjnii
WELL, I GUESS YES!
Asked If our bottled ginger ales, so
das, sarsaparlllas and carbonated min
eral waters are up to the mark, the
well posted man beams cn tint with
his answer: "Well, I . guess yes."
Couldn't well be otherwise, for our
beverages are as pure as they are de
licious, wholesome as they are spark
ling. Tour orders, please.
Union Boiling Yiorks
is not skilled in tea and
is entitled to protection.
Our kbclcur brand
protects the tea drinker.
Our reputation is back
of every package of tf a
bearing our brand. Fol
ger' Golden Gate Tea
means quality purity
J A. Folder (Bk Co.
ImsoHsrs of Par Ta
Golden ' l5
r 9 vw
iw s iiunu is i oo
A Fauorlto Doivc!-r."cU!s!no
This new, improved laxative has be
come extremely popular with men
everywhere. It works so gently and
effectively that -it never fails to bring
relief, and at the same time never
interferes with business.
have none of the faults of the other laxa
tives on the market. They are entirely new
and better. Positively do not gripe or
cause nausea. Quickly ahd permanently
' cure constipation and sluggish liver. Are
not followed by any constipative reaction.
Regulate the bowels perfectly. Try them
and you will understand what an improve
ment they are over other remedies.
Tlcasant, vanilla flavored tablets.
Small pox (12 tablet) lOo.
Larg Box (38 tablet) 25o.
This is the open season for Ice Cream and we are pre-
!pared to furnish the trade with the very- best. Rer- f
jmamber refreshment parlors are the finest In Eastera ;;
'Oregon. A resort for' Ladies and Gentlemen :::::: ''
E. D. S ELDER,
The Ikt IlIIs Ever Sold.,
"After doctoring it yoars (or chron
ic indigestion, and spending over 1200.
nothing has done me s much good as
Dr. King New Life rills. I consider
them the best pills ever old," write
13. I. Ayscue, of Ingleslde, N. C. Bold
under guarantee at Newlln's drug
store. 25c. '
Will be Made by the
This Season as Follow:
St. Iiul , tl',0
S. Pul IOJ.I.
Kansas t'lly ISO. 00
TICKETS V1LL BE ON BALE
..MAY 4, IS
Jl E 5, 6, la, 30
JI LV 6, 1, 12, tS
AVGlriT , T, tl, U
Good for return In 14 day with slop,
over privilege at pleusur within
. . limits.
DOiYI fOOT THE DAIES
for any further Information call en
3, H. RITFXrT, Locl Agrot,
Or writ to
Caneral Pssesnger Agent,
- PpilTLAND, OREOON. -
mucn i rouui
Tfcs Story ot
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lx "klliK," nd ths
Kkxall "king of
Ws hv proven
time sndtlme again,
dies are kinya abo-o
For mom tlan
two year, an exirt
travel lrd all ever
the world In search
vor h iward of s
wondertul airs of
any nature tie did
not rest until he per
ths eflrct ol the
Whre ho Imirnl ths
remedy purfect h
purchased ths pre
criptlun.butitwas rMl!erut,(lafta Res
ell remedy until the
proiiert les had beftn
y ted by the chem
ists and physicians
c( ths United Drug
the Candy Man f
M-t-M-t-tt Hfst M(rt H
All kinds cf Cement
No contract too large or
A. L., ROBERTS
PHONE BLACK 6B2 ' t
t t M t-t tin t-t I i t-H t
A Pertinent Question.
Are your eye good yet have jrou
prrfect vision for long or short dis
tances? If there I anything; the mat
ter with them, now I the Urn t4
hv them examined and. If necessary,
properly fitted with correct disss.
The wrong kind of lense would In
jur Instead of Improve your sight.
am as F BpsrUlut, nd under
stand everything In connection with
th human eye, and Classes for same.
fU V(J 1
:.0. M. HEACOCK