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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, IMS.
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LA GRANDE. ORE. . . I
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O. O. Pr . -
La Grande Camp No. 7763 meets
very flrt and third Monday evenings
at I. O. 0. F. hall. AU visiting neigh
bors are cordially Invited to attend.
Relief committee: E. C. Davis,
Charles Dlsqua, A. J. Warner and D.
E. Cox. E. C. DAVIS, C.
D. E. COX, Cleric.
, F. O. II
La Grande Aerie-No. tit. F. O. EL,
meets every Friday night In Elks'
hall at I p. m. Visiting brethren In
vl ted to attend.
D. H. PROCTOR. W. P.
J. H. LEISHMAN, W, B.
4 O. H. S.
Hope Chapter No. It, O. E. S., hold
stated communications the second and
fourth "Wednesdays of each month.
Visiting memDers cordially Invited.
' MART O. FORREST, W. M.
... MART A. WARNICK, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Star Encampment No. II, L O. 6.
F meets every second and fourth
Wednesday In the month In Odd Fel
lows' hall. Visiting patriarchs always
welcome. . D. E. COX, C. P.
W. A WORSTELL, Scribe.
H. B. of A.
Meets first and third Thursday eve
at L O. O. F. hall. Visiting members
, ' J, A ARBTJCKLHi, President.
C J. VANDERPOEL. Secretary.
Woodmen of Ui World. '
La Grande Lodge No. 16 , W. O.
W., meets every. Saturday evening
In K. of P. hall In " the r Corp'e
building. All visiting members wel
come. , i M. M. MARQUIS,
J. H. KEENET, Consul Commander.
B. P. O. E.
La Orande Lodge No. 431, meets
each Thursday evening at t o'clock Id
Elks' hall on Adams avenue. Visit
ing brothers are cordially Invited to
W. B. SARGENT. Exalted Ruler.
G. E. M'CULLT, Ree. See.
River Ice Takes the Lead
Scores of people have demonstrated beyond all doubt that the natural Ice
handled by V. E. Bean la the Purest and most durable Ice on the makret.
For further evidence ash the numerous patrons In all parts of the city.
The wise man foreseeth the evil and buyeth a carload of Bean's chain
wood In time to season for winter use. The foolish pass on, and are pun
ished by paying seven to nine dollars per cord next winter. Dry wood,
bigger loads for less money, and put Into your woodsheds.
V. E. B E A
'PHONE RED 1741.
i ICE CREAM i
; ; This is the open season for Ice Cream and we are pre-
pared to furnisn the trade with the very best Re-
; member refreshment parlors are the finest in Eastern '
j Oregon. A resort for Ladies and Gentlemen :::::: '
t D. SELDER, the Candy Man;
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- She Likes Good Things.
Mrs. Charles E. Smith of West
Franklin, Me., says: "I like, good
things end have adopted Dr. King's
New Life Pills as our family laxative
meUlclne, because they are good and
do their work without making a fuss
about If These painless purifiers
sold at Newlln'a drug store. 16c,
Strayed or Stoles.
A sorrel filly, t years old; branded
"T. B." on left shoulder. White stripe
full length of forehead, and one white
kind foot One bay, 1-year-old.
branded the same as first named,
seeding te( reoovery. Fred Braden,
La Grande Lodge No. If, meets la
their hall every Saturday night. Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. ' Cemetery plat may be seen at
T, J. 8CROQGIN. N. G.
D. E, COX, Secretary.
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Sea.
Foresters of Anaenoa.
Court Maid Marian No. SI meets
tecond and fourth Wednesday night
in K. of P. hall. Brothers are Invited
to attend. '
NERI ACKLE8. C R.
G. V. HENDRICKS, F. S. .
Board of Trustee: Dr. G. L. Blg
gers, Oscar Berger and Herbert Pat
terson. A. F. A. M.
La Grande Lodge No, 41. A. F. 4
A M., holds regular meetings first
snd third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m. '.
U H. RUSSELL. W. M.
JtroUierhood of Owls.
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 F. - V
Red Cross Lodge No. 17, meets
every Monday evening In Castle Hall,
Corps building. A Pythian welcome
to all visiting knights.
D. H. PROCTOR, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. S. .
L. O. T. M.
Hive No. 27, L. O. T. M., meets
every first and third Thursday of each
month at 1 o'clock In the afternoon
Visiting members made welcome.
SADIE KLINTWORTH, L. C.
MRS. EVA M'INTTRE, K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. 88. meets every
Tuesday evening at the f. O. . O. F.
hall. All visiting members are In
vited to attend.
RACHEL E. WORSTELL, N. G.
TILLIE COX, Secretary.
NEW RCIUL CAKRIEIL
Kommll Now on Route 1 In riaoe of
Clinton Ball, Promoted.
D. J. Kemmlll. formerly an em
ploye In the O. R. A N. shops. Is the
new carrier of route No. 1, In place
of Clinton Ball, who served for Uncle
Sam In that capacity, but is now a city
carrier. Mr. Kemmlll took the civil
service examination some time ago,
and has been la service for. several
The moment Is do longer; the future
may never be; the p recent la all of
whP-h man la master.
MANY FROM THIS -
COUNTY TO TAKE PART.
With County Judge Henry on His Way
and Several (Join Tonight, the
County Will Be Well Represented at
Roads Meeting In Portland Large
The advance guard of the Union
county delegation to the good roads
convention In Portland tomorrow, is
now on Its way, In the shape of Coun
ty Judge Henry. On tonight's train
the county 'commissioners and a lib
eral number of the road supervisors In
the county, aside from County Fruit
Inspector C. D. Huffman, represent
ing the Commercial club, will take
their departure. A large number of
people have been delegated to attend
this momentous meeting, among wnom
are the following!
A, V. Andrews, Dr. C. T. Bacon, Dr.
G. L. Riggers, W. H. Bohncnkamp. S.
N. Bolton, E. E. Bragg, Judge T. IL
Crawford. Geo. H. Currey, G. L. Clea
ver, C. E. Cochran, C. 8. Dunn, Ed L.
Eckley, .G. H. Fowler. J. E. Foley, Dr.
M. K. Hall, F. S. Ivanhoe, J, B. John
son, F. Kllpatrlck, Judge J. W.
Kowles, B.'F. Lewis, R. W. Logan, F.
L. Meyers, William Miller. E. C. Moore,
Dr. F. E.. Moore, J. D. McKennon, Dr.
N. Molltor, A Newlln, Turner Oliver,
Joe Palmer,' George Palmer, Dr. A.
L. Richardson, James A. Russell, L.
H. Russell, G. M. Rlchey, A. A. Rob
erts. W. B. Sargent, J. W. Scrlber, Dr.
George O'Connor, E. Sebbelov, J. D.
Slater, George Stoddard. F. O. Taylor,
J. Van Buren, Mac Wood, N. K. West,
E. D. Wright, J. T. Williamson, Wal
ter M. Pierce and Qorge E. Good.
A large number of these will, of
course, not be able to leave their bus
iness to attend. However, those who
will Join the head of the delegation In
Portland , tomorrow morning, will do
their utmunt -W ' make hat notable
convention one of worth. The roads
of the state will profit by the meeting
that Is assured as much Interest
has been manifested for several weeks
in this convention.
NF.W BAKERY ARRANGEMENT.
RooM'h A Bunker Itetwo McKennon
Bakery for Tttcmselvcs.
Since Saturday afternoon J. D. Mc
Kennon has no longer operated ' a
bakery, and at present an arrange
ment Is in effect with Roesch A
Bunker, proprietors of the Royal bak
ery, which will meet Mr. McKennon's
demands until he lets go of his busi
ness to his successors In a few weeks.
Until the time that the Pattlson Bros,
take hold of their new vesture, Roesch
at Bunker will lease the McKennon
bakery Rnd supply all the baked food
stuffs for the grocery store.
When Messrs. Pattlson assume the
management of the grocery store, the
same arrangement will In all proba
bility be carried on. Messrs. Roesch
A Bunker will use their own estab
lishment and lease the . McKennon
place supplying a full line of baked
foodstuffs fo rthe Pattlsons.
To watch most people plan for th.
future, you'd think they had a thous
snd years to live.
For a sperlul train excursion to
North (Washington) beach points, the
O. R. tt N. company will sell round
trip tickets to Nahrotla, Wash., under
the following conditions:
Fare Baker City, $12; Illanes and
North Powder, $11.60; Union. La
Grande, Elgin and Imbler, $10.
Children Children of half-fare age,
one-half of the above fares.
Sale date August $1, 1 90S.
Stop-overs Continuous passage In
both directions, except that stop-over
will be allowed at Portland on return
trip within the limit. All 'tickets will
bear as destination, Nahootta, Wash.,
but pasaengers may stop off at and
may check baggage to any point be
tween Hegler. Wash., and Namcotta,
Limit Final return limit Septem
ber I. If 01. Extension of return limit
to September SO, will be granted upon
payment of difference between this
excursion rata and the season fare,
as authorised In circular No. 11. L
C C. A-417.
Hot Weather Bargains in Matting
In our Matting Department we show a splendid assort- T
rnent, both as regards Shades, Quality and Prices . . . .
y ...... . , . , .
By this we mean articles of house furnishings which the
housewife requires at this time. Now think of the arti
cle most needed and call at our store and ask to see it.
You will find it here at a price you can afford to pay.
lace Curtains, Portieres and Draperies
We have cut the prices in this line nearly 50 percent.
You cannot afford to overlook this opportunity to fill a
long felt want at a substantial money saving.
What Do They Cure!
The above o:i4tlon Is ofUn asked con
eernlnif Dr. Pierce's two IcutliiiK uiwll
cluai, "Golden Medical Discuvury and
The answer Is that "Golden Medical
Discovery " is moot potent alterative or
blood-ptirltier. and tonic or Invlgorntor
mid acts especially favorably In a cura
tive way upon all the mucous lining sur
facos, as ol the nasal passu ireR, throat,
bronchial tubus, stoinauh, bowels aud
hladUeBcnrlng a larso percent, of catar
rhal caVrt whether j disease affects the
nasal paSaxca, the Cx;'nt, larynx, bron
chia, stomachNfas cainNthl dysiiept'la).
bowels (as muvtyrfdfcJ, bladder,
uterus or other pVTi vie oraTr ljjnfn
tliorhront,- pr i.l. r lYI, nffe o.r t l...
a.!WtTms. 1 1. iot't.'-i yiveslnl lit affect-
Is u powerful ) el Renily uciiiit; in vitfat,
ing tonic and nervine. For weak worn
out, over-worked women no matKT what
hits caused the. break-down, "Favorite
Prescription "will be found most elective
In bulldin? up the strength, n-gulaiing
the womanly function, subduing pain
and bringing about a healthy, vigorous
condition of the whole svtein.
A book of parth'tilr.i-s raps each bottle
giving the formuhuof both wedicines nd
gunling what srores of eminent med
ic! authors, wliw works are consulted
by physicians of all tl e "hook of practice
as guides In int-riiii.g. say -of each In-
iredient enUrltur Int.; these medicines.
The wonls of f rii:. N-ytowed on the
vveral liiirreilleiiis nitering Into Doctor
Pierce's medicines I y mc:r writers should
have more welcln than any amount of
oon - professional tv.-timonial. becauo
inch men are writim; for the guidance of
their medical brethren and know whereof
Holh medicines are non-ak-olinllc, non
sneret, and contain no liiiriiiful hahlt
formlR? dnnrs, tx-iri-c cointKwl of glyceric
eitraeU of the mots of native, American
misliclnal forest plants Tlioy are both
sold by dealers In nwlleine. You can't
strord to s'e'pt as a snh-tltute for one of
these medicines of known composition,
any secret nostrum.
Or. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated,
easy to tako as rsndy, regulaie and In
vigorate stomach, liver and bowcU,
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
Notice la hereby given thst the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
county court of Union county, Ore
gon, administrator with the will an
nexed, of the estate of Mary M. Rig
gers, deceased, and all persons having
claims against said estate are hereby
notified to present the same with
proper vouchers, to the undersigned,
at No. IK Fir street. La Orande, Ore
gon, within six months from date of
Dated this August I, 1101.
J. D. SLATER.
Administrator with the will annexed,
of the estate of Mary M. Blggers,
Deceased. dAI. ll-I l-lf-el
DEALERS IN FURNITURE AND
C. W. Preston
Big Cut in
C. W, Preston
When bad blood is caused (rora an infection cf the circulation by the
virus of Contagious Blood Poison, it usually bIiows in the form of ulcerated
mouth and throat, copper-colored splotches on the body, swollen glands in
the groin, falling hair, sores and ulcers, etc. These general symptoms,
affecting all parts of the body, show how deeply poisoned the blood
becomes, and emphasizes the dangerous character of the trouble. If allowed
to remain in the system the disease will finally wreck the health and break
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Poison which does not rid the circulation of every particle of the virus.
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healthful vegetable extracts and juices especially adapt it to curing this
insidious trouble. Write for our home treatment book, which is a valuable:
aid in the treatment of the different stages f the disease, and ask for any
special medical advice you wish. No charge for either.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA.
A Notre Dam Lady's Appeal.
To all knowing sufferers of raesv
tatism, whether muscular or at the
Joints, sciatica, rumbagos, bachaabe,
pains In the kidneys or aeerekjrla
peine, to writs te her for a tome Issal
neat which bsa repeatedly care all
ef these torture. She feels l hat
ty to send M U all esatfcresa awe.
Yon cure yourself at home as thous
ands will testify do change of cn
snate betas; necessary. Tola slsnpla
dlsaevery beafbhee aria acid gross the
blooa, loosens the sUrteasd Jotata,
purifies the blood sad brlgbteaa the
yea, giving abwtkaty aaa testa to aba
whole ayatess. If fan above la tar sees
I rats, lor pre of address Mrs. U. 0w as
sise, Baa It, Netrt Dante, la a.