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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GKAXDK OUiXiO.N, THURSDAY, Al'GCST SO, 108.
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FRATERNAL ORDERS f
' M. V. A.
La Grande Camp No. 7703 meets
very first and third Monday evening
at L O. 0. F. hall. All visiting neigh
bors are cordially invited to attend.
Relief commltteo: E. . C. Davis,
Charles Cisqua, A. J. Warner and D.
E. Cox. .,'..'.' E. C. DAVIS, C.
D. E. COX, Clerk.
F O. i
La Grands Aerie No. 259, F. O. E.,
meeta every Friday night In Elks'
hall at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren In
vited to attend.
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
J. H. LEISHMAN, W. 8.
O. E. 8.;.
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. 8., hold
stated communications the second and
' fourth Wednesdays oi utu u.uuLI..
Visiting members cordially Invited.
MART O. FORREST, W. M.
MART A;; WARNICK. Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Star Encampment No. 31, L O. O
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.
M. B. of A.
Meet first and third Thursday eve
at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting member
J. A. ARBUCKLH. President.
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Secretary.
Woodmen of Uie World.
La Grande Lodge No. 161, W. O?
W., meets every Saturday evening
In K. of P. hall . In the Corpe
building. I All visiting members wel
come. M. M. MARQUIS,
J. H. KEENET, Consul Commander.
v I. O. O. F.
La Grande Lodge No. 1, meets la
their hall every Saturday night. Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. ' Cemetery plat may be seen at
Model Restaurant, --
C. H. BLYSTONE, N. G.
. D. E. COX. 8ocretary,, '.
C. 3. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Sec; ,
FcreMers ot America.
Court Maid Marian No. 12 met.it
cond and fourth Wednesday night
in K. of P. hall. Brothers are Invited
N'ERI ACKLES. C. R.
G. V. HENDRICKS. F. S.
Board of Trustee: Dr. G. L. Big
tors, Oscar Berger and Herbert Pat
A. F. A. M.
i-i CranJ? Tort- no. 41. A. F.
, M., holds regular meetings flrsi
md .third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
L. H. RU8SELL, W. M.
C. D. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
Ilrotlierliood 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. VAN'DERMUELEN, Executive.
tf C. W. BAKER, Secretary.
K. of F.
Red Cross Lodge No. 17, meets
avery Monday evening in Castle Hall,
;urje building. A Pythian welcome
o all visiting knights.
D.-H. PROCTOR, a C.
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of RT & S.' ''
B. P. O. K.
La Grande Lodge No. 433, meets
each Thursday evening at I o'clock In
Elks' hall' on Adams avenue. Visit
ing brothers are cordially Invited to
W. B. SARGENT, Exalted RuU
O. E. M'CULLT. Rec Sec
L. O. T. M.
Hive No. 27, L. O. T. M., meets
every first and third Thursday of each
month at 3 o'clock in the afternoon
Visiting members made welcome.
SADIE KLINTWORTH, L. C.
MRS. EVA M'INTTRE, K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. SO, meeta every
Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F.
hall. All visiting members are In
vited to attend.
RACHEL E. WORSTELL, N. G.
TILLIE COX, Secretary.
ICE CREAM I
This is the open season for Ice Cream and yve are pre
pared to furnisn the trade with the very best. Re
mamber refreshment parlors are the finest in Eastern
Oregon. A resort for Ladies and Gentlemen :::::
E. D. S E L D E R, the Cctndy Man !
A miner brought to this city today"!
a sack or very . fine looking ore,
taken from a ledge located on Mt.
for the paHt 20 days and Is convinced t
that he hns a good jtroperty. For
many years it hits been known that
gold existed there and several at
tempts have been made to secure pay.
Ing quantities, and K may be this mun
has found the mother lode.
If it proves true that the monarch
of the hills surrounding the Grande
Honda valley has valuable ore In It,
'he mining Industry of tW county
will be brought nearer home, ,
Wo defy anyone to point out to us
a better section of the United States
or Canada than is Morrow county, In
which to make a foua iiu -..Z It"
aalde money for old age. Youf Can't
do it. Heppner Times.
Action on Charter
Next Regular Meeting,
The city council met In adjourned
session last nig lit-for the purpose prin
cipally of taking final action on the
proposed new charter. Owing to the
absence of City Attorney Baker, who
is In Portland, where he took his son
to the hospital, action was deferred
until the next regular meeting.
Bids for the no-v cement sidewalks
were rejected and another, call Cat
bids will be made.
A cross walk, was ordered In on
Adams avenue on the west side of Fir
street. This walk may be constructed
of either cement, stone or brick. The
street committee has not as yet de
cided. The next meeting will be the first
Wednesday In September. .
Fred Braden of Ladd creek, states
thill this kind of weather Is Just the
thing for tomatoes and that he may
hnve some In the market next week.
The funeral of the late M. 8. Chan
dler took place this afternoon from
Central Church. of Christ, Rev. O. H.
IT IS NOT NECEelSART TO LEAVE
TOUR WATCH A WEEK FOR HEA
COCK TO FIX IT RIGHT.
. For Ilio Ladle.
The Ladles Home Journal Is In. At
ELECTRIC STORM IMIARMITL.
No Damage JImmik1 I'rom Lust
MkIiI's Severe Elct'trlc Storm.
Arc You Doing What You Can to Populate Your Stale?
The city was In dark ".ess for a short
limit Inn nleht on H'vuunt of a se
vere telctiic storm. vliKh visited llilK
section of. the valley. A small hurri
cane, short hut heavy showers, and
vere iM-li ti kal dIMm Ounces put the
electric Ilghr company's wires out of
working order for n Miort time. -'o
rep.ntM have- ) ..'n teeehe'l of il.i niaftr
"lone to tl'li'-r telephones, or tattle.
The rain vti n-'t wttftli'K nt to it,, much
Kood. The h":ivy wlni! blew mjiJic
. j fruit from the
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WM. M Ml KRAV. fK-rml l'irag.T Agnil.
( PORTLAND. OREGO!.
Mil llomenun in I i line
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few iliiys ago, nheiv four per
formed kittens w.'i,. uiiltefl by
.1 growth, Iiss ciented ronfldertihleln
terest and thon who were fortunate
enough to re th- freiik before cUtath
overtook two pf the kittens, declare It
to be the moxt remarkable thlna; to
come to their attention. P, A. Chnrl
ton. the vi-tprlnnry, who knows nnl-
mSl nature from A lo I: rard, and who
has In his piwsesslon mnny fn'nkn.
stilted tiiday he had never heard of
a ense eiual to this.
Two of the kitten t!l-"l la-t night,
and the other two wore separated by
a knife In the hands of the veterinary.
It Is likely that the remaining two
will reach matured growth.
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