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'EVEXISO' OBSERVER, LA GRANDE OREGON1, SATCRD.W, JtXT 1ft. 10 (W.
4 r-niD crTODv .
' ' OF THE ' . '. " '
F RATE RNALORDERS
M. W. A.
La Grande Camp No.' 7703 meets
every Urst and third Monday evenings
at I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting neigh
bors are cordially invited to attend.
i.V Relief committee: E. C. Davis,
VCharles Dlsqua, A. J. Warner and D.
JE. Cox. E. C. DAVIS, C.
'' ' D. E. COX, Cleric.
F. O. ZL.
La Grande Aerie No. tSt, F. O. E
neeta every Friday night In Elks
ball at I p. m. Visiting1 brethren In
cited to attend,
, D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
J. H. LEISHMAN, W. 8.
s O. K. 8.
xiui innivr cv. v. o., nuiu
tated communications the second and
(fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Visiting memoers cordially Invited.
HART O. FORREST,!-. M.
HART A. WARNICK. Secretary.
I. O. O. P.
Star Encampmsnt -No. II, L O. O.
ST., meets every second and fourth
Wednesday In the month in Odd Fel
Sows hall. Visiting patriarchs always
welcome. . D. E. COX C. P.
A. WORSTELL. Scribe.
. . M. B. of A.
Meets first and third Thursday eve
at I. O. O. F. hall.' Visiting members
always welcome. '
J. A. ARBUCKU2, President
C. J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary.
Woodmen of th World. .
La Grande Lodge No. 16t, W. O.
W., meets every Saturday evening
tn K. of' P. hall In the Corpe
ju&ldtng. All visiting members wel
eGmV M. M. MARQUIS,
3. H. KEENET, Consul Commander.
L o. o. r.
La Grande Lodge No. II, meets in
their hall every Saturday night Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen ai
T. J. SCROGGIN, N. G.
D. E. COX, Secretary. :
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Sec
Foresters of America,
Court Maid Marian No. 22 meets
econd and fourth Wednesday night
,n K. of P. hall. Brothers are Invitee
NERI ACKLES, C. R. '
O. V. HENDRICKS, F. S.
Board of Trustee: Dr. G. L. Big
mra. Otvav Ttrwt and Wrlw.r Pat
La Grands Lodge No. 41, A. F.
A. M holds regular meetings first
and third Saturdays at 7:10 p. m.
L. H. RUSSELL. W. U.
; C D. HUFFMAN, Secretary. '
Brotherhood of Owls,
La Grands Nest No. IT, meets In
the K. of P. hall every . Tuesday eve
ning at S o'clock. Visiting brothers
J. B. VANDERHUELEN, Executive
C. W. BAKER, Secretary.
k. of r.
Red Cross Lodge No. 17, meets
every Monday evening In Castle Ball
Corpe building. A Pythian welcomt
to all visiting knights.
D. H. PROCTOR. C. C
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. S.
B. P. O. K.
La Grands Lodge No. 411, meets
each Thursday evening at I o'clock la
' Elks' hall on Adams avenue. Visit
ing brothers are cordially invited to
.j W. B. SARGENT, Exalted Ruler.
"O. E. M'CULLT. Rao. See.
L. O. T. M.
Hive No. 27, L. O. T. M., meeU
every first and third Thursday of each
month at X o'clock In the afternoon
Visiting members mads welcome. ' ,
SADIE KLINTWORTH, L. C. '
MRS. EVA M'INTTRE, K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. 10, meets ever)
Tuesday evening at the L O. O. F
hall. All visiting members are in
vited to attend.
RACHEL E. WORSTELL, N. O.
TILLIB COX. Secretary.
Natural Ice is The Best
THINGS ARTIFICIAL ARE AT BEST BUT A DECEPTIVE IMITATION
OF THINGS NATURAL.
Can an Impure fountain send forth pure water?
' Our Ice Is not dependent upon a brewery or saloon for its supply.
It to furnished by the God of Nature, Who sends forth ths sparkling streams
from the mountain side. It Is taken from the river above ths duck ponds
4 sawmills, and Is ths PUREST ICB on THIS MARKET.
, Our CHAIN WOOD speaks for itself. Ths biggest toads and best
wood, mostly dry, and put Into your wood sheds.
tV CARLOAD LOTS AT SI.25 PER CORD MEASURED IX THE CAR.
'PHONE RED 1741.
This is the open season for Ice Cream and we are pre-
t pared to furnish the trade with the very best Re-
&'member refreshment parlors are the finest in Eastern
I Oregon. . A resort for Ladies and Gentlemen ::::::
i L D. S ELDER, the Candy Man i
KOTICB OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that Wil
liam 3. Stanley, administrator of the
late of Martha 3. Stanley, deceased,
filed In ths county court of Union
county, Oregon, his final account In
ths matter of said estate, and the
county court has appointed Tuesdsy.
ths 4th day of August, 1101, at the
hour of II o'clock a. m., at the court
house, as ths Urns and place for bear
ing 0f objections to such final account
and the ettlemVnt thereof.
Dsted this Itth day of Juno, ltOt.
WILLIAM J. STANLEY,
V'anlstrator of ths Estate of Martha
J. Stanley, Deceased.
Ths Singer Sewing Machine com
pany offers a prise of 11.11 payable
to ths lady holding Singer sewing ma
chines numbers 740.1st and K7IMII
If yon hold one of these lucky num
bers can on or address A. N. Stone,
agent La Grande, Ore. 1-4-7-20
STATE .NEWS IX SEXTEXCKS.
.Every grower and packer of fruit
must put his name and address on the
boxes or crates shipped by him, '.:
Roseburg wants free delivery. She
is building .commercial club rooms
and exhibit hall.
The Olalla correspondent of the
Umpqua Valley News says: "We feel
that the nomination of .Bryan by the
democratic convention at Denver in
sures the . election of the republican
standard bearer, William H. Taft." ,
Klamath Falls Is to have better fire
There is a closed season for deer
in JackBon county and three Gold Hill
men have been fined for killing deer
out of season.
Ashland Lodge No. 44. B. P. O. E.,
Is to have a three-story and basement
temple in the near future. They are
now advertising for bids.
J ant Exactly Right.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for several years, and find them
Just exactly right" says Mr. A. A. Fel
ton, of Harrlsvtlle, N. T. New Life
Pills relieve without the least discom
fort Best remedy for constipation.
biliousness and malaria, tie at ths
Newlla drug store. .
Former La Grande Paxtor.
. Mrs. . Mulligan, her daughter and
W .. r. It
---- " - ..J V
A. 8. Mulligan, pastor of Grace M. E.
church. Walla Walla, who have been
living tn Portland, until last week,
have gone to Brother Mulligan. , It
was expected that Brother Mulligan
would return to the Oregon conference
and take work In that conference this
fall, but he Is so wed 1 pleased with
the outlook In the Columbia River
conference that It Is his purpose' now
to remain In that conference. Pacific
About a New Bridge. ,
County Commissioner Selder was In
the city Thursday, conferring with the
city authorities In the matter of build
ing a new brtidge over Catherine
creek on Main street. In the city of
Union. Mr. Selder stated that the
county would stand half the expense
of putting In a new bridge If the city
would stand the other half. The es
timated cost of putting In the right
sort of a bridge for this place is $5,
000. The city authorities are consid
ering the matter. Union Republican.
Central Bible School
All members of Central Bible school
are asked to be present at :4S a. m.
tomorrow. The picnic which was
postponed because of rain will be
given the coming week. Definite an
By reference to the change of the
advertisement of the Red Cross drug
store. It will be seen that the creditors'
sale will be continued until after Aug
ust 1, and a still further reduction will
be made In the various lines advertised.
Fourth Committee Will Meet.
The Fourth of' July committee,
which had In charge the best celebra
tion ever enjoyed by any eastern Ore
gon town, will meet soon and settle
all the bills yet owing.
La Grande went dry June t, but It
was proven over one year ago that
there Is an abundance of purs, spark
ling artesian water In less than 1100
feet below -the surface. Why-not have
artesian city water f
If you need water for Irrigation or
domestle use, why not have a well
drilled and cased up with steel case
IngT It's ths only wsy to secure
Pure Water, and a
R. A. West of La Grande, successor
to Millar A West O. R. A N. drillers.
will bo glad to give you figures and
do your drilling.
R. A. IVESTl
The Place Where Quality and Price are in Unison.
In Addition to a Complete Line of Furniture from the Ordi
nary to the Luxurious, We Cary a Full Line of Carpets Linoleums
and -'Mattings. ; " ! : ;: ;: " " -v ; v.- r
REFRIGERATORS The Saving In it will Soon Pay for one
and You will Find Our Line not only the Best but the Prices
'Attractive.;-.-. : ' ; , :V,.;:,
PORCH SHADES Why Not be Comfortable, Call andJUt
Us Show You.
GO-CARTS aud BABY BUGGIES A Large Assortment to
GET THE HABIT When You are in Need of Anything
that is Usually Kept in a Clean Furniture Store Call and Become
Educated as to the Latest Designs as well as to the Proper Price
WCOOK & mm
.-. - . - - - Dealers in Furniture and Carpets - ......
Strayed or Stolen.
A sorrel filly, t years old; branded
"P. B." on left shoulder. White stripe
full length of forehead, and one white
hind foot ' One bay, 2-year-old,
branded the asms as first named.
leading to recovery. Fred Braden,
POSITION WANTED A good, all
around man wants position as book
keeper or clerk. Address E. H. M.,
care Observer. 7-12-20
By Oliver AHagerty, with gasoline
wood saw. 'Phon Black 1851. Alt
THE SORT THAT
Call at Studio and see) asm- 4
pies of l'p-U-I)ate Photography. 4
MISS ADA ROUSIL 4
Duhnenkanip Building. 4
If 4 4 4
All kinds pf Cement and
; ; No contract too large or
! : too 8malU
' Satisfaction Guaranteed
A. L ROBERTS
. PHONE BLACK 082
The Burbank's. Logan, and I
Phenonenai Berries for
HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH A SALEM GROWER TO
FURNISH US DIRECT WITH THESE BERRIES. WB WILL,
THEREFORE, BE ABLE TO FILL TOUR ORDERS WIT HFIR8T
I THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. P0LACK, Propr. Phone Main 76
It's Easy to Reach North j
Beach Steamer POTTER
Pasuhobrs am mow TRAMtrtmiio TO ths railroad at MEOLER
FOURTIIK MILES UP TMB COLUMBIA RiVBR PROM ILWAOO, THIS
ELLMINATBI 1MB NtCUtITT OP STBAMBRt WAITIHO POR THE T1DB, -AND
IRSURU A PROMPT ARO RBOULAR SUMMER SCHBDULB.
The steamer T. J. POTTER leaves Portland every
morning except Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 o'clock.
- Saturday only at 2 o' clock P. M. Remember the
Summer rate on the 0. R. &.. N. Is $16.15 from Lagrande
to all North Beach points and return; good until Sep
North Beach It a famous beautiful plaos-psrfsct beach on
ths whole North Coast,
There art accommodations galore at prices to suit til tastes; ,
camping facilities withoutequal perfick bathing conditions; all
sorts of amutsments and divertiora. Corns have a good rsst and
xirsh?i,vtJVA71 our Mw umrMr book, and Ull you til about
NURT H BEACH v
J. H. KEENEY, ''Local Agent, La Qrande, Oregon.
Wm M cMURRAY.Qen. Passenger Agt, Portland, Oreg.