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EVEMXG. OBSERVER, LA GRATOJB. OHKGOJT, THVRSDAY, JVXE 18, IOCS.
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OF THE .
LA GRANDE, ORE.
Woodiuen of the World.
La Grande Lodge No. 19. W. O.
W., meet every Saturday evening
In K. of P. hall In the Corpe
building. All visiting member wel
3. H. KEENEY,
M. M. MARQUIS,
F. O. H.
La Grande Aerie: No. 25, F. O. E..
meeta every Friday night In Elk."
hall at p. m. Visiting brethren In
vited to attend.
D. H PROCTOR, W. P.
J. H. LEISHMAN, W. S.
. Fcrcster of America.
Court Maid Marian No. 21 meeU
tecond and fourth Wednesday nlfcht
in K. of P. hall. Brother are Invited
to attend. .
NERI ACKLES, C. R.
O. V. HENDRICKS. F. S.
Board of Truetce: Dr. Q. L. Big
gera, Oscar Berger and Herbert Pat
teraon. - O. E. 8.
Hope Chapter No. 18, O. E. SH hold
atated communication the second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Visiting -memoirs cordially Invited.
MARY O. FORREST, W. M.
MARY A. WARNICK, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Star Encampment No. SI, L O. O
F., meets every second and fourth
Wednesday In tlie month In Odd Fel
low hall. Vllitn pan-lurch always
welcome. D. E. COX, C. P.
W. A. WORSTKLL, Scribe.
m. n. A.
Moots first and third Thursday eve
. at I. O. O. V. hull. VlalUng member!
J. A. AIMn'CKr.H. Preeldent
C. J. VANDF.ni'GliU Secretary.
D. P. O. E.
La Grande Lodge No. 4SJ. meets
each Thursday evening at I o'clock in
Elk hall on Adam avenue. Vllt
Ing brother are cordially Invited to
W. B. SARGENT. Exalted Rule.
O. E. M'CUIXT. Bee Bee. ; . ; .'I
This is the open season for
pared to furnish the trade
mamber refresnment parlors
Oregon. A resort for Ladies
E. D. S ELDER,
IT IS NOT VJIT MUCH, NEVERTHELESS IT IS THE 1 1TTLB THINGS THAT COUNT. BUT A COUPON BOOK IF YOU WANT TO BH
ECONOMICAL. . - ; :- , ' " "','''
THM IS WHAT IT WILL MEAN TO OU: tl worth ! wat for 11.90; S for 12.85; SS for M.tt; $10 for 19.50; $15 for $H.5; $20 for $19.
AND THIS 18 NOT ALL.. WE WILL SELL TOU A BETTER GRADE OP MEAT AT A LOWER PRICE THAN ANYBODY. OUR IIOMK
CVRED HAMS AND BACON ARE OUR rHIDE. WHY PAY A FANCT PRICE FOR RASTER HAM WHEN YOU CAN BUY A BETTER ARTICLE
AND A HOME PRODUCT AT A MUCH LOWER PRICE? v
WE GUARANTEE EVERTHINQ 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 BUSINESS, AND KNOW HOW TO TREAT YOU RIGHT.
'Phone Main 06.
P. 8. PLEASE REMEMBER. THAT WE ARB RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOW PRICE AT WHICH KTAT IS SELLING FOR IN LA GRANDE
AND IF WE WERE NOT DOING A CASH BUSINESS AND KEEPING THE PRICES DOWN, YOU WOULD EE PAYING AT LEAST 2o PER
POUND MORE FOR YOUR MEAT THAN YOU ARE NOW. '.',.,'
La Grande Cash Meat Co. SiilSLB'ERohr
i. o. o. r.
La Grande Lodge No. 16, meeta la
their bail every Saturday night Via
Itlng brother cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
VIodel Restaurant. ,
T. J. SCROGGIN, N. O.
D. E. COX, Secretary.
C. 3. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Beo.
La Grande Camp No. 7703 meeta
every Monday evening at I. O. O. F.
hall. All visiting neighbor are cor
dially Invited to attend.
E. C. DAVIS, C
D. E. COX Clerk.
Relief committee: E. C. Davis,
Charles Diacjua, A. J. Warner and D.
E. Cox. .
A. F. A. SI. ,
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F.
K. My hold regular meeting first
ind third Saturday at 7:30 p. m.
( U H. RUSSELL, W. M.
C. D. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
Brotherhood of Owls.
La Grande Nest No. 17, meeta In
the K. of P. hall every Tuesday eve
ning at 8 o'clock. Visiting brothers
J. B. VANDERMUELEN, Executive.
C. W. BAKER, Secretary.
k. of r.
Red Cress Lodge No. 27. meets
svory Monday evening in Castle Hall.
Corpe 'building. A Pythian welcome
to all Visiting knights.
D. II. PROCTOR, C. C
R. L.LlNCOLN, K. of R. & 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.
VlHlting members made welcome.
. SADIE KLINTWOHTH, I- C.
MUS. EVA M'lNTYRE. K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. (0, meet every
Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F.
iudga. All vtsltlngmemberi are ln
rlted to attend.
. LAURA STILES. N.' O.
JENNIE SMITH. Secretary
fce Cream and we are pre-
with the very best Re-
are we nnesi in tasiern
and Gentlemen ::::::
the Candy Man!
la Grande Cash Meat Co.
OMIT A flLM
Owing to a mistake In shipping, one
reel was omitted In the program at
Sherwood' Electric theater and con
sequently there will be a slightly ab
breviated attraction this evening. The
error will be corrected tomorrow eve
ning. The feature of this change,
however, is the fleet at 'Frisco, which
Is complete In every detail and Is well
worth the price of admission alone.
The program oa It .will be seen to
night la announced In the house ad.
Gnrllckl In-Oregon July ii.
Secretary Garfield will visit Her
mlston for the purpose of going over
the .Umatilla Irrigation project on
July 15. The people of Hermlston are
making preparations for the visit of
thl member of President Roosevelt's
cabinet and a reception will be tendered-
htm at the home of Col. H. G.
Newport. The Umatilla project U
known to be the pet project of the re
clamatlon service, as ' It offers uu
equalled opportunities for all kinds
of fruit raising which no other pro.
Ject now under contemplation' will af
ford. Upon the secretary's visit he
Will go over all the project and note
the conditions and advancement that
Is being made. He -"I then ba In a
better position to iul in regard to the
project. Pendleton I. '
Horrible Accident : ??;!) Klvw.
A frightful accident . : at the
Stanley-Smith mill at Grv.. , :i Mon
day morning at 7:43. L-.: Johnson
an employ . of tho mill, fell the victim
of a horrible death.
It appears Hint edging about the
r.lzc of a 2x4 cnugUt In the saw In
some manner and was kicked back
and paused through the h-cd of the
Mr. Johnson lived until 1 p. m.
The body was taken to the NUhol's
undertaking parlors and an Inquest
v.ns held yesterday evening. Mr.
Nichols stated tbat the body would
be rl.ilned for a time with the hope
of locating somo of his relative. T
has been stated that ho has two broth
ers redding somewhere In the state of
New York. He Is a man 5 feet 7 In
ches high; full face, auburn hair nnd
mustache; short chin and stoutly
built. The coroner fr.im The Dullm
was railed Tuesday but the lnitie.t
was hold too late for publication.
Those who saw the accident slut-.-thst
It was one of those unavoidable
circumstance that no one could guar '
against, and that the company was I -.
no way to blame. Hood Klver Newt
Just try thoae elegant chocolate so
da at Sllverthorn A Mack s.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
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Fmirtis te Uiolorr. Cunrnlrv, E4iKartoe, YvtH'
I.M.ratar, Orntutn. fr-nn. ftpwtinb, iliit.
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Notice of Annoal Bcbool Meeting.
Notice la hereby given to the legal
'n nf school district No. one, of
Union county, tatex of Oregon, that
the annual school meeting for eaid dis
trict will be held at High School build
ing in ald district, to begin at the
hour pf two o'clock p. m. on the third
Monday of June, being the 15th day
of June, A. D. 1908.
Thl meeting I called for the pur
pose of electing one director to serve
for five year and the .transaction of
buslnes usual at uch meeting. Said
election shall be held from I p, m.
until p. m. and shall be by ballot.
Dated thl 3rd day of June, 1?08.
F. S. 1VANHOE,
AtteBt: Chairman Board of Directors
A. C. WILLIAMS, District Clerk, , ,
The Singer Sewing Machine com
pany offers a prize of 3.60 payable
to the lady holding Singer sewing ma
chine numbers 740,959 and K789.395.
If you hold one of these lucky num
bers call on or address A. N. Stone,
agent. La Grande, Ore. 6-4-7-20
Is a doad Issue. So rays Dr. II. C. Par
ker of' tho Indiana School of Medl
Cine, In Collier's vVecl.ly. W concur
With him. Blue Mountain Cough Syr
up will cure your co'Jtfh, not as plens-
nt to take oh some others, but It con
uii.ii U-.0 Ingredient that will posi
tively and absolutely cure that cough.
BED CROSS DRUG STORE.
; Notice of I'Mray.
' In the Williams pasture, south of
La Crnnde, a light red yearling with
nlilte face and white on legs, no
brand; nlo, chocolate-colon d mare,
branded 24 on left hip. Owners enn
have namo by paylni for thl adver
tisement and other charge.
Land for ncnt.
We have 320 acre of excellent land
for rent. Call at once.'
P. 8. BttASIWELL, '
' C. J. ELACK.
One nectlon of pasture land three
mile from La Grande; plenty of wa
ter and ahade. Ed tturko, La Grande,
1 All kigds of Cement and
I Concrete work..
I C0CRETE v
t BUIID!'.S CLOCKS
I CLMCTtRY WORK
; No contract too large, or
Z too small.
h. L ROBERTS
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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
down comes. '
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 not before.
For a man working day in, day out,
under thqse 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 svpplics to the body
Ehosphorus in soluble form a thing never
efore considered por.f iblc Kexall Ameri-'
canitis has accomplished wonderful results
all over the country and its merits arc now
universally recognized. Get a bottle of this
, nerve tonic today. Note how quickly that
feeling of nervous strain disappears.
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The Cent IMU Ever Sold.
"After doctorlna 15 year for chron
ic Indigestion, and upending over (200,
nothing ha duno me a much good a
Dr. King' New Lite Plila. I consider
them tho best pill ever old," writes
R. F. Ayscue, of Inslecldo, N. C gold
tinder enarnntec at Nc.wlln'a drug
A Pertinent Question.
Mr - . ,, I' t
Are youv eyr. good yet have you
perfect vlnlon for long or short dis
tance? It there I anything the mat
ter with them, now I th time to
have them examined and, if necessary,
properly fitted with correct Glasses.
Th wrong kind of lense would in
jur Instead of improve your sight
I am an Eye BpnclaJlst, and under
stand everything in connection with
th human eye, and Glasses for same.
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We have proveo
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For mors than
two years snflKrt
travelled all mar
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ever he heard oi a
wonderful . cure oi
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Sfinatly could sea
the etfe.t o( the
Wbere lie found the
nmedy perfect be
purctiawd the pre
scription, but It was
never used as s Kex
all remedy until the
prcnert is had been
ywd by th chem
iit and physicians
of the t'nitod Draj
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over privilege at pleasure wlfhia
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Or writa to
WSI. McMimitAY, '
General Passenger Agent, 1