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EVXMXO OnSKRVKR. LA GRAYDB, OKEWS, FRIDAY. JCXE 19. J908.
IT IS NOT VERY MUCH. NEVERTHELESS IT IS THE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT. . BUY A COUPON BOOK IF YOU WANT TO B13
ECONOMICAL. ' :v ' ' '. ' ' ' " '
THK IS WHAT IT WILL MEAN TO xOV 12 worth ct wat for $1.90; $3 for tl.SS; $5 for $4.75; $10 for $9.50; $15 for $14.25; $20 for $19.
AND THIS 13 NOT ALL.. WE WILL BELL YOU A BETTER GRADE OF MEAT AT A LOWER PRICE THAN ANYBODY. OUR HOME
CVUED HAMS AND BACOV ARE OUR PRIDE. 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 ARE 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.
' . OF, THE- '
I FRATERNAL ORDERS
LA GRANDE, ORE.
Woodmeu of Uio World.
La Qiando Lodge No. 119, W. O.
W, meets every Saturday evening
In K. of P. hnil In the Corpe
building. All .visiting members wel
crno. M. M. MARQUIS,
J. H. KEENEY, Consul Commander.
Clerk. .. v
f. o. r;.
La Grande Aerie No. 259, F. O. E.,
meets every Friday night In Elks'
hall at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren In
vited to attend. v .
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
J. H. LEISHMAN. W, S. ... .
Foresters of America.
Court Maid Marian No. 1 meets
cond and fourth Wednesday night
In K. of P. hall. Brothers are Invited
NERI ACKLES, C. R.
G. V. HENDRICKS, F. S.
Board of Trustee: Dr. G. L. Big
ger, Oscar Berger and Herbert Pat
terson. j . O, E. 8. ;
(ftipe Chapter No. 18, O. E. 8.. hold
stated communications the second and
fourth Wednesdays of each' month.
Visiting memocrs oordlally Invited.
MARY O. FORREST. W. M. .
MART A. WARN1CIC. SecreUry,
I. O. O. F.
Star Encampment No. 51, L0. O.
T., meets iwj second and fourth
Wednesday in the month In Odd Fel
lows' tfall. VIMtlng patriarchs always
welme. D. E. COX. C. P.
W. A. WORSTELL. 8crlbe.
M. H. or A.
Meets first and third Thursday eve-'
at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members
J. A. Ar.niTKLE. President
C. J. VANDERPOEU Secretary.
B. P. O. E.
a Grande Lodge No. 4IS, meets
f Thursday evening at S o'clock In
Elks' hail on Adama avenue. Visit
ing brothers ant cordially Invited to
W. B. SARGENT, Eialted Rule-.
0. E. M" CULLY. Rec. Bee.
hi3 is the open season for
pared to furnish the trade
member refreshment parlors
Oregon, resort for Ladies
L D. SELDE R,
'Phono Main .
. P? S. PLEASE REMEMBER. THAT WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOW PRICE AT WHICH MAT 13 SELLING FOR IN LA GRANDE
AND IF WE WERE NOT DOING A CASH BUSINESS AND KEEPING THE PRICES DOWN. YOU WOULD BE PAYING AT LEAST 2VjO PER
POUND MORE FOR YOUR MEAT THAN YOU ARE NOW. j
La Grande Cash Meat Co. M-A: Sfl,Sa F-
. - . I. O. O. F.
La Grande Lodge No, 14, meets In
their hall every Saturday night VI
Itlug brothers cordlr.lly Invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
T, J. SCROGGIN. N. O.
D. E. COX, Secretary.
C J. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Sec
M. W, A, ,
Lav Grande Camp No. 7701 meets
every Moaday evening at L O. O. V.
hall. All visiting neighbors are cor
dially Invited to attend".
E. C DAVIS, C.
D. E. COX Clerk.
Relief committee: E. C. . Davis,
Charles Disqua, A. J. Warner and D.
A. F. A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F.
K. M., holds regular meetings first
tnd third Saturdays at 7:20 p. m.
L. H. RUSSELL. W. M.
CD. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
Brotherhood of Owls.
La Grande Nest No. 17, meets 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 P.
Red Cross Lodge No. 27, meets
every Monday evening In Castle Hall,
Corpe building: A Pythian welcome
to ail visiting knights.
D. H. PROCTOR, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. ft S.
L. O. T. M.
Hive No. 27, L. O. T. M.. meets
eveiy 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'INTTRE, K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. 50, meets every
Tuesday evening at the L O. O. F.
lodge. AH visiting members are In
rite's to attend.
LAURA STILES. N. 0.
JENNIE SMITH. Secretary.
Ice Cream and we are pre-
with the very best Re-
are the finest in Eastern
the Candy Man f
La Grands Cash Meat Co.
Seattle, June 19. (Special corrcsr
pondence.) A branch United-States
assay office with the full machinery
in operation, taking the gold in its
natural state and converting it into
the purified metal, will be one of the
interesting moving exhibits at the
Alaska ?yukon-Ptu'Ulc exposition, to
be held here, opening June 1 , and
closing October 16, 1909.
The assay office exhibit will be In
stalled in the Alaska building as it
will graphically picture an important
process In the principal Alaskan In
dustry. Seattle already has an assay
office, where since Its establishment
In 1898 up to July 81, 1907, there has
been received and paid for gold to
the value, of $158,720,133. Every
year millions of dollars' worth of gold
la shipped to this office from the
Northland. It la the Intention to have
the exposition office a branch of the
Seattle office. It will be equipped
with a furnace and complete appara
tus for handling the gold as it is
taken from the grou-4 until all allays
and Impurities are separated form it
and Its exact value u..jvv. ;nd.
Some of the co:i.-,",-n,n,s which
otherwise would be ta ;i i. 4 . .Tie main
Seattle office, will be ha.u.:c2 by the
exposition office and thj processes
gone through with there. A showing
of the amount of precious metals the
Stnttlc office has handled since Its in
52"" e mnile In a graphic
manner. The amounts will be figured
out In cubic feet, and burs ercctel o(
the resulting dimensions, one repre
senting the gold being glided yellow,
and the other showing the silver out
put being colored accordingly. .
More Puloon Into C'allfomul.
The final count of the' vote shows
that Klamath county went dry by SI
votes, says a Klamath Falls Item. Tlio
city of Klnmath Falls went wet by a
majority of 59. but under the local
option law, It too, must go dry. Only
ono town went wet. The new order
of thing will put 20 saloons and one
brewery out of business. Seversl of
the saloon men expect to move to Dor
rls to engage in business. Merrill is
only a mile or two from the California
line, and some of the saloon men f
that place expect to move across 0"
state line, where they will contlm.
Just try those elegant chocolate so
daa at SUverthorn Mack's.
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Notice) of Annual School Meeting.
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of schqol district No. one, of
Union county, state of Oregon, that
the annual school meeting for said dis
trict will be held at High School build
ing In said district, to In-Kin at the'
hour of two o'clock p. m. on the third
Monday of June, being the 15th dny
of June, A. D. 1908.
This meeting Is called for the pur
pose of electing one director to serve
for five years and the transaction of
business usual at such meeting. Said
election shall be held from 2 p. m.
until 8 p. m. and shall be by ballot.
Dated this 3rd day of June, 1908.
F. S. IVANHOE,
Attest: Chairman Board of Directors
A. C. WILLIAMS, District Clerk.
The Singer Sewing Machine com
pany -offers a prize of $2.60 payable
to the lady holding Singer sewing ma
chines numbers 740,959 and K739.S95.
If you hold one of these lucky num
bers call on or address A. N. Stone,
agent, La Grande, Ore. " (-4-7-20
ts a dead issue. 8o svs Dr. H. C. Par
ker of tho Indiana School of Med!
?!ne. In Coi:ier" Wetl.ly. We concur
with him. Blue Mountain Cough Syr
tp will cure your cough, not as pleas
ant to take as some others, but It con
tains the Ingredients that will posi
tively and absolutely cure that cough.
RED CROSS DRUG 8TORE. ,
Notice of I'Mrny.
- In the Williams pasture, south of
La Grande, a light red yearling with
white face and white on legs, no
brand; also, chocolate-colored mare,
branded 24 on left hip. Owners can
have same by paying for this adver
tisement and other charges.
- Land for Rent.
We have 320 acres of excellent land
for rent. Call at once.
F. S. BRAMWELL,
C. J. BLACK.
One section of pasture land three
miles from La Grande; plenty of wa
ter and shade. Ed Burke, La Grande.
Oregon. . t-4tf
CEMENT WORK f
All kinds of Cement and
Concrete work. 4
I - CONCRETE
No contract too large or )
too small, ! ;
Satisfaction Guaranteed ;:
PHONE BLACK 682 : :
NORTH FIU ST. MARKET
'Phone Main 1.
Business conditions toilay 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. j "
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 clay 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
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phosphorus in soluble form a thing never
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feeling of nervous strain disappears.
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The Utut Tills Ever Bold. -"After
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ic indigestion, and spending; over 1200,
nothing has (Join me as much good as
Dr. King's New Life rills. I consider
them the best pills ever sold." writes
U. F. Ayscuo, of Ingleslde, N. C. Sold
tinaer guarantee at Newlln's drug
A Pertinent Question.
Are your eyes good yet have you
perfect vision for long or short dis
tances? If there is anything the mat
ter with them, now is tha time to
have them examined and, If necessary,
properly fitted with correct Glasses.
The wrong kind of lenses would In
jur instead of Improve) your sight.
I am an Eye Specialist, and under
stand everything In connection with
the human eye, and Glasses for same.
0. M. IIEACOCK
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sever used ss a Rex
all remedyuntil the
properties bad been
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Will be Made by the j
Vhls Reason as Follows:
To Direct ,
Chicago ., , i7ii.&
fit. Louis ... 67.5
St, Paul . . $03.tS
XailMis City $ao.ot
TICKETS V7ILL BE ON SALE
..MAY 4. IS
JV.E 5, , 19, 20 . i
JI LY 6, 1, 22, 23 I j
AL'tifST , 1, 21, 23 '
Good for return in to clays with stop
over privilege at pleasure wlthla
DOM FORGET THE DATES,
For any further information call on
S. II. KECNEY, Local Ageot,
Or write to
wm. McMunrur. ;
General Passenger Agent, A
PORTLAND, OREGON. '