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fraternal: orders i
L-A GRANDE,' ORE.
I .' - I. W. A. .
'ta Grande Camp No. 7708 meets
ery first and third Monday evenings
L O. O. F. ball. A1l visiting nelgh
!0n are cordially Invited to attend. ,
I Belief committee: E. & Davl3,
'harles Dlsqua, A. J. Warner and D.
4 CoX. E. C. DAVIS. C.
jl. E. COX. Clerk. '
I ;- 1 f. o. Tu. " .,' ..
f La Grande Aerie, No. S59, F. O. E.,
Lets every Friday night In , Elks'
'all at 8 p. m- Visiting brethren In-
ited to attend. ' . '"' ' ' '
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
J. H. LEISHUAN, W. S. .
SO. IS. S. ; '
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. S.," hold
.ated communications the second aad
jmrth Wednesdays : of each month,
'isltlng memocrs cordially Invited.
MART O. FORREST, W. M.
MART A. WARNICK. Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Star Encampment No. II, L O. O.
, meet every second and fourth
Wednesday In tne month In Odd Fsl-
Vlsltlng patriarchs always
W. A. WORSTELL. JBcribs.
M. B. of A.
Meets first and third Thursday eve
; L O. O. F. halL Visiting members
vrays welcome. '-
J. A. ARBUCKLI5. President
C. J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary.
Woodiucu of the World.
La Grande Lodge No. 169, W., O
., meets every Saturday evening
K. of P. hall in the Corpe
iilldlng. All visiting members web
iaie. M. M". MARQUIS.
H. KEENET. Consui Commander,
' Clerk.' ;. v "
v i. o. o. r. . .;'
La Grande Lodge No. 1, meets b
their hall every Saturday night Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen ai
Model Restaurant -
C. H. BLYSTONE, N. O. -D.
E. COX. Secretary. - .
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Fin. Sec. '
Foresters of America. - ;'
Court Maid. Marlon No. 2S meets
each Wednesday night in IC of P, hall.
Erothers are invited to attend. '?'
' NERI ACKLES, C. R.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, F. S.
Board of Trustees: Dr. G. L. Big
gera, Oscar Berger and Herbert Paul
A. F. A A. M. ' ; V
La Grande Lodge No., 41, A. T. 4
A. M., holds regular meetings first
and third Saturdays at 1:t0 p. m.
L. H. RUSSELL, W. M.
C. D. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
K. of t. .
(Red Cross Lodge No. 17, meets
every Monday evening la Castle Hall.
Corpe building., .A Pythian
an vtsitlng knights.
D. H. PROCTOR. C. C.
R. L. UNCOLN, K. of R. ft S. :
OATS If lifti
THREE CLASSES OF
. CiRAIX MOVING XICELT.
Imbler Installs Ninth Grade 100 At
tend Excursion Export Hour IUv.
Iig Manufactured Elevator Com
.pany Shipping but Wheat Today.
l.1J. X. 41. ,
Hive No. 27L. O. T. M meat
every first and third Thursday of each
month at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
Visiting members made welcome."
SADIE KLINTWORTH, L. C.
MRS. EVA M1NTTRE, K. of R.
B. P. O. E.
La Grande Lodge. No. 4 31, meets
sen Thursday evening at S o'clock In
Iks' hall on Adams avenue. Vlslt-
31 brothers are cordially Invited to
W. B. SARGENT, Exalted Ru'.cr.
G. E. M'CULLT. Rec Sec.
Cryata! Lodge No. 60, meets even
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.
Chedpestin the City.- Good
Meals Made Where you can
See it Done "
EAST STYLE LUNCH ROOM
Imbler, Sept. 21. (Special.) The
Pacific Elevator company Is shipping
wheat today In'larga quantities. Their
warehouse has been filling up for
several weeks and the shipments to
day mean large blocks of money put
into' circulation. , 1
Oats and Barley Moving.
With the beginning of- the new
week comes a general movement ol
wheat and the elevators are rapidly
filling up. Oats and barley Is being
brought in In large quantities today
for the first time, an'd this, added to
the wheat movement, there is general
prosperity , everywhere among the
farmers. , The prices will be good this
eyar for all classes of small grain, and
the Imbler region Is one of the most
favored spots in the valley In i the
MMuuiu oi grain raised.
IoHtall Ninth Orade.
For the first time In history, Imbler
schools are teaching the ninth grade.
Prof. O. C. Maxwell is in charge oi
the schools. There are 100 students
registered, and three teachers to. in
struct them " ,
Other News Items.
The O, R. & N. sold" out all It?
tickets for the Wallowa excursion yes
terday 100 In number. If the agent
hajMeen supplied with more he would
have disposed of them.-
O. C." Maxewll and wife spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Camp
bell. . The Willow Creek school opened to
day with Miss Irene Cringle in charge.
She taught last year here.
Threshing Is In full blast .again af
ter the short delay occasioned by the
rains of last week. '
T. T. Clenn, the pioneer rancher of
this district, was one of those whe
went to Wallowa yesterday.
Export flour Is now being producet
by the Imbler mill In large quantities
2 p. m. Election of delegates and
recommendations to btate convention,
2:30 p. m. Pastors' hour. Sub
ject: "What Have I. a Pastor, a Right
lo Expect of the W. C. T. U.?" Ten-!
minute addresses by resident and vis-1
8-1B n m UMint In. lha W 1 'n
CNa' right to expect of pastors? Mrs.
Para Thornton. General discussion.
3:30 p. m. Reports of committees.
4 p. m. Adjournment.
7:30 p, m. Address by Mrs. Helen'
D. Harford, national W. C, T. U. lec
turer., ,; ' , ,
Music In charge of Neva GllfiUan.
. Collection for county work taken.
' Every one welcome at all sessions.
Entertainment provided for dele
gates and visitors. . '
M0'EYiT0 I 0AN
L0G TIME EASY
Arc You Doing What You Can to Populate Your State?
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE Settlers, honest farmers, mechan
ics, merchants, clerks, people with brains, strong hands and a
willing he-art capital or no capital.
ThelOrcgon Raihoad & Navigation Co
. Is sending tons of Oregon literature to the east for distribution
through every available asr.cy. Will you not help the good
work of building Oregon by sending us the nsines and addresses
f of your frlendd who are likely to be interested In this stale? We
will be Klad to bear the expense of sending them compli.to In
formation about Oregon and Its opportunities.
COLONIST. TICKETS will be on sale dnrlnj SEPTEMBER AND
OCTOBER from the cast to all polats hi Oregon. The fares
from a few principal cliles are:
From Denver $30.00
From Omaha ...33o.no
From Kansas City $30.0t
From St. Louis S3.p).50
From Chicago $38.00
TICKETS CAN UK PREPAID.
If you want to -bring a friend or relative to Oregon, deposit the
proper amount with any of our agents. The ticket will then
be furnished by telegraph.
J. II. KEEXF.Y, IM-nl Asent, I.n Oianilc, Oregon. .
W.M. M'.MCR'.IAV, Onornl rnwiij;cr Agent.
" ' . is ORIGINAL.
, It Js, not, the claim of Andrew Taylor
Still,' M. D., the founder of osteopath-
Is medicine, nor of his followers, that
the basic facts and principles ipon
which the news' system rests are es
sentially new discoveries, but only
that their; application, is new. .This
claim cannot be contradicted. . Osteo
pathy, as a science and practice both,
Is absolutely original, and Is not to b
confused with other systems of prac
tice, nor with such adjuvants to med
icine as massage. Swedish, movements
medical gymnastics, etc., with whtc!
It has no connection or essential like
ness whs ; ' ;w,!,i.T
medicine accept all the Isolated facts
and principles of anatommy, physiolo
gy and pathology out of which thr
new science of osteopathy has beet
constructed. But no other medical
teacher before Dr, Still ever wrought
these facts and principles into a con
sistent homogenous' system which Is
able, not only to overcome much sick
ness and deformity without the use of
drugs and knife, but Indeed to cure Ir,
a large share of cases much more
successfully than can be accomplish
ed by old-time methods. Osteopathic
Have an Abstract of
your real estate made and
know exactly , what sort
of a title vou reallv hold.
S There may be a 'cloud
f upon the title to your
t'home. Know it now
while fU e p3ople can : be
I found ho can correct
errors An Abstract may
save your rom 5.
We make Reliable Ab
stracts and Write In
surance in Trust
J. R. OLIVER:
La Grande National Bank
2 x Building , , J
From Louisville .
From Cleveland .
From New York,
Hates to Portland. '
Reduced rates to Portland and re.
turn; account Livestock Show. Or
September 2L the O. R. & N. will sell
round trip tickets to Portland af the
rate of $12.15. Tickets will be good
until September 87.
OREGON FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
A HOME COMPANY 34.000 MEMBERS
$28,000,000.00 INSURANCE IN FORCE
A Mutual Company can Save Ycu from 40 to 50 per
cent on Your Insurance
J. W. OLIVER, AGENT, La GrandcOr.
, Cor. 6th St and Washington Ave ,
Two Daytt' Convcntiort Iteplotc Wltl
Iiilci-cntlng Altrut lions.
Union, Sept.. 19. (Special.) Tin
full program for the coming conven
tion of the W. C. T. U. In thH city.
September 23-24. has been announced.
Vt ilm s'.hiy, Kcijleinhcr 23.
10 a. n. Pral-,- service, led ' l-j
Mrs. M. H. Stephi-tison.
10:30 a. ni. Ttoli call, vletorles.
10:45 a. m. Appointment-of rlim
mltteij, credi-ntlnls, courti'sb.-s, publl
.itlnr.s, memheihip, plan of work am"
resolutions. ' .
11 a. in. Ilepf.rt of cirrof pondlnc
ei.Te.tary and treasurer.
a. m. Itouvd table. KutuVt
county wont. '
12 m. Nnonilde prayiT. Adjourn
ment. 1:30 p. m. I)cvitluiial si-rvlee. Hi !
en D. ll.ii fold. .
1 ..( p. ui, Minuti s of laxt annual
i-(r.vi nt inn.
2 p m. U jirtii of lm-al unloji:
iind ciitir.ty Ko"i Inti .iii1-nts.
3:15 p. ni. S-'ymposlum by m"in
bers of the legal profession nud others
of I'nlon county.' Queftlon:' "How, In
your opinion, can women, pui'tlculftrl;.
the V. ('. T. V.. best fil.l in the f ;i
forceir.ent of laws relatm; to tin
3:4" "Syslen'.nllc nud proportion
ate fclVln.k'." leader. Ida J. Morton.
4 p. in. Children's hour, Mm.
Helen 1"). Harford.
7:30 p. m. Lecture ,M;r. Helen 1).
Music. In chfiipe of Kdlth T'hy.
Admission free. Offering taken.
Thursday. S'tenilN'r 21.
9:30 a. ni. Devotional crvlce.
10 a. m. Study of educational de
partments. Lender, member of the
La Orande W. C. T. V.
10:30 a. m. ElKln W. C. T. V. hour.
' Jt a. m. Presidents' reports and
11:30 a. m. Klectlon ,of offlccrx.
11:4S a. ni. Discussion of sinte
convention and other plans, Mrs. Hel
en D. Harford.
11 m. Noontide prayers. Adjourn
ment.' 1:10, p. m. rrale service. Our
declaration of principles. Bible au-
, BrtSErS HACK LINE. ' 4
Best of service, Day and. 4
4 Night. Hacks furnished for 4
4 funerals and private parties, , . 4
4 - Baggage transferred Day and 4
4 Night and Sundays. 4
Siaml at Paul's Cigar Store. 4
- 'Phone Ued 241. 4
Night Thone Main 25.
4 . .. "
E, L. IIUSSEY. 4
How to Get Strong.
. P. J. Daley, of 1247 V. Congres
't,, Ciilrngo, tells of n way to heconn
tr.mgr- He STys: "My niotlier, who iv
Id and was very feeble, is deriving s
:u'.ch 'benefit from Electric lillleiv
hat i feel It is iv. y duty to tell tho."
viio mod a tonic and NtrciiKtlicriln,.
ni.dlcl'ie about it. In my mother"'
n marked Kaln In fhsh has re
filled, Insomnia has been overcome,
mil fjhe !s steadily Ki'owli.g ttroper."
v,!i eli le Llitei'S tjulckly remedy slo'i
liver find kidney coinplainls
l,l under ,-uariintcc at Newlin's dnij
'.torn'. . . '
Bales ortod o abort notice,
No extna chare for iSlstance.
LA GRANDE ... OREGON
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iE. Polack, Prop.
WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
I should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis
faction, I stand ready to refund your money ; : : k:
I am here three hundred and sixty-five days ln the
S year to make my assertions good : : : : : : :
J. H- PEARE
LEADING PIONEER JEWELER
CITY LIVERY AHD FEED STABLE
Cor. kh & Adams Ave., One Block iVesf cf the Foley Hotel
Piles Cured Mt Home tiy New AliHorji
If you suffer from bleeding, Itch
Ing, blind or protruding piles, semi
me your address, and I will tell you
how to cure yoursolf at home by tht j
new absorption trcattncr.V, and will !
lso send some of this home treat !
merit free . for -in I. w! referer.cs j
from your own locality If ieU"tc l. j
Mlleiy Rigs-Well Matched Teams
Single Horses For Ladies
Iniinej'iate relief And permanent civ
.issure'd. Send no money, but t'
other i.f this offer. Write Soda'.
Mr. M. Summers, lios V, Not-- ; ..;,
tND all throat ano lunq troubles.
OH KOVET SZTuMOXA
- : I
How am Ito at white suit of mine
, eking Fresh and Neat all summer a3 it
does row? The answer is simple. When
ever it beccme.s soiled : : : : : : :
PHONE MAIN 7
: WE will do the rest .
WE have a force of Experienced , holp to
look after your wants in this line and you
need have no fear of sending your most
delicate garments to us. WE Guarantee
to satisfy you. A. B. C. LAUNDRY
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