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t LA GRANDE, ORE.
Woodmen of tlio World.
La Grande Lodge No. 1(0, W. O
:, "W., meets every Saturday evening
' In K. of P. hall In ' the Corpe
Wfitilldlng. '. All vinitlng members wel
" com. M. M. MARQUIS,
J. H. KEENEY, Consul Commander.
. Clerk. , ''
La Grande Aerie No. 269, F.'O. E,
meet every Friday night in Elks'
hall at $ p. m. Visiting brethren In
vited to attend.
'. D. H. PROCTOR. W. P.
p.'U. LE1SHMAN, W. 8.
Fcrosters of America,
Court Maid Marian No. 22 meet
econd and fourth- Wednesday night
In K. of P. hall. Brothors are invited
to atUnd. '
NERI ACKLES, C. R.
', O. V. HENDRICKS, F. 8. .
Board of Trustee: Dr. G. L. Big
(era, Oscar Berger. and Herbert Pat
terson. ..... O. E. S. '
Hope Chapter No. IS, O. E. 8., hold
stated communications the second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Visiting- memocrs cordially Invited.
MARY O. FORREST, W. M.
MARY A. WARNICK, 8ecrotary.
I. O. O. f.
Star Encampment No. II, L O. O.
F. meets evety second aud fourth
tflneiday In the 'mouth In Odd Fel
lows' hall. Visiting patriarchs always
welcome. U. I;. COX. C. P.
W. A. WORSTELL, Scribe.
.U. H. ol A.
Me'-ts f!nt an-l third Thitrsdsy eve
at I. C. O. F. hull. Visllmg members
J. A. A IIPI.'CKLR. President
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Fsi-rctary.
' D. P. O. E.
La Grand Lodge No. 4 1 1, -meets
each Tliursday evening at S o'clock la
Elks' hail on Adams avenue. Visit
ing brother are cordially Invited to
W. B. SARGENT, Exalted Rolf.
O. E. M'CULLT. Tiec ftc '
ftttt 000 lit $ 0MtOMMtMsMI
! ICE CREAM
This is the open season for.Ica Cream and we are pre
pared to furnish the trade with the very best Re-
j memtor refreshment parlors are the finest in . Eastern
! ! Oregth. A resort for Ladies and Gentlemen ::::::
t. D. S ELDER,
Im$ M.MHm.lMMI M,
IT 18 NOT VERT MUCH, NEVERTHELESS IT 18 THE IJTTLB THINGS THAT COUNT. BUT A COUPON BOOK IF TOU WANT TO BE
ECONOMICAL. ' '' ' : ;
THK 18 WHAT IT WILL MEAN TO TOC: 12 worth ( t irtat for $1.10; $$ for $.$$; IS for $4.78; $10 for $9.80; $11 for $14.15; $20 for lit.
AND THIS IS NOT ALL.. WE WILL SELL TOU A . BETTER GRADE OF MEAT AT A LOWER PRICE THAN ANYBODY. OUR HOME
CURED HAMS AND BACON ARE OUR PRIJDE. WHY PAY A FANCY PRICE FOR EASTER HAM WHEN YOU CAN BUY A BETTER ARTICLE
AND A HOME PRODUCT AT A MUCH LOWER PRICE? ,
- WE GUARANTEE EVERTHINO AND CHEERFULLY REFUND YOUR MONEY IF YOU ARB NOT ENTIRELY SATISFIED,
, '. OUR LARD IS AS PURE AS IT IS POSSIBLE TO MAKE. OUR DELIVERY IS THE PROMPTEST IN THE CITY, GIVE US A TRIAL
AND WE WILL CONVINCE YOU . THAT WE THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND THE MEAT BU8INE88, AND KNOW HOW TO TREAT YOU RIGHT.
'Plionc Main 06.
P. 8. PLEASE REMEMBER, THAT WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOW PRICE AT WHICH MEAT
AND IF WE WERE NOT DOING A CASH BUSINESS AND KEEPING THE PRICES DOWN, YOU WOULD BE
POUND MORE FOR YOUR MEAT THAN YOU ARE NOW. , , ; ,
or THE X
L o. o. r.
La Grande Lodge No. II, meet In
their hall every Saturday night. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
T. J. 6CROGGIN, N. .O.
D. E. COX, Secretary. - '
. C. J. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Bee.
M. W. t.
La Grande Camp No. 7701 meets
every Monday evening at L O. O. P.
hall. All visiting neighbors are cor
dially invited to attend.
E. C DAVIS, C.
D. E. COX, Clerk
Relief committee: E. C. Davis,
Charles Dlsqua, A. J. Warner and D.
A. F. A. M.
La Grand Lodge No. 41, A. F.
A. M., holds regular meetings first
and third Saturdays at 7:10 p. m.
L. H. RUBSELL, W. M.
C D. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
Brotherhood of Owls.
La Grande Nest No. 17, meets In
the K. of P. hall every Tuesday eve
ning at I o'clock. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited. '
J. B. VANDERMCELEN, Executive,
C W. BAKER, Becretary.
K. of P.
Red Cross Lodge No. 17, meets
every Monday evening In Castle Hall,
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome
to all visiting knights.
D. H. PROCTOR, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN. K. of R. at 8.
L. O. T. M.
Hive ' No. 27, L. O. T. M., meets
every first and third Thursday of each
month at 2 o'clock In the afternoon
Visiting members made welcome.
SADIE KLINTWORTH, L. C,
MRS. EVA M'lXTTRE, K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. (0, meets every
Tuesday evening at the L O. O. F.
lodge. All visiting members ar In
vited to attend.
LAURA STILES, N. G.
JENNIE SMITH. Secretary '
the Candy Man!
GTEXIXG OBSERVER. LA GHAXDE, OREGON, THCHSDAT, JCNE
Pet r nti,0C5iiDurLt;
La Grande Cash Meat Co.
Because Manager Hosier of the Ba
ker City club desired to hold the Walla
Walla team there' for a double headed
series, It has become necensary . to
postpone the opening with Walla Wal
la here from today until tomorrow.
The postponement does not affect the
number if games to be played with the
Garden City aggregation, however,- as
the series will not close' until Mon
day evening, rather than Sunday as It
would under the original schedule.
The Walla Walla team reaches here
tonight and will be ready to open to
morrow afternoon at t o'clock,
llione at Park.
The Pacific Telephone company will
install a desk 'phone at the press box
In the park at once,' and after that is
done, the dally papers of the city can
keep In touch with the games, from
Inning to inning. The central office
will not make connections with the
park for any other party than a rep
resentative of either dally In the city.
DAI I TfiW.
Everything Is In readlnenl for the
dance this evening at the Elks' hall,
when the La Grande Babes give a
benefit rinnre for the baneball club.
The floor pace has been - enlarged
since (he. !at dancing party given
there, and dancers will now be able
to glide over a large and splendid
fldor. Invitations to this function are
open and all who wish to spend a
delightful evening at dancing .can do
so and. Incidentally, help out the base
ball club financially.
KahNin Into Wmw Pimp.
Ity the removal of the EaglrV show
shop, now In the Eagles' building, )o
the lorntlon formerly used' by the
Pullman saloon, the first of several
changes predicted since the town went
dry is now being made. Today can
penters ara at work transforming the
old Pullman Into a suitable movlna
picture show room and the change in
the location wilt be made as soon as
the work can be completed. Pendle
ton East Oregonlan,
BUp rinuilay Amaerments. I f
Music hath charms to south the say-
tge beast, but the city council evi- X
dently Is not in that class, for at Its
meeting yesterday evening, a motion r
mad by Councilman Dunham, to th
effect that the chief of police be given 2
Instructions to prevent th wholesale J
dispensation of music by the amuse-
ment resorts on Main and Alder X
streets, on Sundays, was carried. i f
Mr. Dunham uM !, t,4 ft... e
numerous-complaints regarding the
practice of the management of the
various theaters and amusement re
sorts In placing a phonograph at their
doorways to attract people, 'and that
It had grown to be especially obnox
ious on Sundays. Therefore Walla
Walla may take on the accustomed
Sabbath quietude hereafter. Walla
Sherwood's Elcctrk! Change.
The change at the Sherwood Elec
tric this time has many novel turns In
it and the program from beginning to
e:nl Is up, to the usual standard. The
songs are catchy ones.. The crae for
"merry widow" hats and walztes Is
typified In one splendid film. Notice
the program In the house ad. In this
Issue. ' i '
la a dead issue. So sys Dr. H. C. Par
ker of tho Indiana School of Medi
cine, In Collier's WecKly. We concur
with him. Blue Mountain Cough Byr
np will cur your cough, not aa pleas
ant to take as some others, but It con
tains th Ingredient that will posi
tively and absolutely cur that cough,
RED CROSS DRUG STORE.
.. The Best Pills Ever Sold.
"After doctoring IS year for chron
ic Indigestion, And spending over 1200,
nothing has done me as much good as
Dr. King's New Life Pills.' I consider
them the best pills ever sold," writes
B. F. Ayscue, of Ingleolde, N. C. Bold
under guarantee at Newlln's drug
store. J 5c.
Twin Falls Ruten.
Bpeclnl reduced rate of 111.00 from
La Grande o Twin Falls and return.
(count, opening Twin rails-Salmon
R: - Land & Water Co. Date of sale
M y J0:h; good until June 9th.
J. H. KEENET.
On section of pawture land three
miles from La Grande; plenty of wa
tcr and shade. Ed Burke, La Grande
Just try those elegant chocolate so
das at Sllverthorn eV Mack's.
I CEMENT WORK
All kinds of Cement and
No contract too large or i
L ROBERTS J
PHONE BLACK 682
NORTH FIR ST. MARKET,
, llione Main 16. ,
IS SELLING FOR IN LA GRANDE
PAYING AT LEAST . C PER
for Ovcr-lVrouoht .Business. f-Icn
Business conditions today ask more of a
man's vitality than ever before. It's one
continuous drive at high tension, overtaxing
the body and brain until a complete break
, The nervous system suffers most of all.
The demand upon it is the most relentless,
To succeed in business today usually means
to be a nervous wreck at forty, if lot before.
For a man working day in, day out,
under these conditions
is as necessary as food and drink. ' This
unique medical discovery strengthens and,
tones the nerves to meet this unnatural de
mand upon them. It supplies to the body
phosphorus in soluble form a thing never
before considered possible. Rexall Ameri
canitis has accomplished wonderful results
all over the country and its merits are now
universally recognized. Get a bottle of this
nerve tonic today. Note how quickly that
feeling of nervous strain disappears.
75 Cents Per Bottlo
.'w Rates to Halt LoUe.
Account of the Mutual Improvemcpt
niwoclatlfjn held at gait Lako June II
to 14, the O. It. A N. will make a
round trip rato of 118.95 from Ln
Grande to Bait Lake and return.
Dates of sale June 10th and 11th, final
l!mt June 20th. Tours truly,
J. If. KEENET.
A Pertinent Question.
Are your eyes" good yet have you
perfect vision for long or short dis
tances? If there I anything the mat
ir witn litem, now Is th time to
have them examined and, If necessary.
properly fitted with correct Olasses.
Th wrong kind of lenses would In
Jur Instead of improve your sight
I am an Eye Specialist, and under
stand everything In connection with
th human eye, and Glasses for same,
Tho Story ot
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time and t in aKia
that Kexall Rtn
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travelled all over
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remedies. " Whcn
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wonderiu! aire ci.
any nature In rfu
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the effect ol the
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remedy perfect .
purchased the pre
scription, but It wet
never uasuaa a Kex
all remedy until tli
properties bad been
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t the United Drug
Will be Made by the
O. R. & N.
This Reason aa Follows:
, 8I 00
St. Lmil ,
Oniulia , . , . , , ,
Kansas City ,
TICKETS VILL BE ON SALE
. .MAY 4, IS ' j
JUNE 5, , 10, SO ' '
' iVLY , 7, , it
AVGCHT T, XI, SI
Good for return in 00 day with slop
over privilege at pleasure within
DOiYT FORCEI THE DATES
For any farther Information call
i. n. KEKCEY, Local, Agent,
Or writ to .. ' i
' General Passenger Agent,
PORTLAND,. OREGON. .", '
0. M. HEACOCK