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OBSEnVEK, LA GRAXDE. OREGON,
- DIRECTORY J
t or THE 1
FRATER NALORDERS j
LA GRANDE,1 ORE.
ciTrnnAV frmnrn ti io.
.; M. W. A.
La Grand Camp No. T703 meets
very first and third Monday evenings
at I. O. C. F. haU. All vliltlng neigh
bors r cordially Invited to attend.
Rm.t.'I-M.-j.irtMS.-'-- J':C XaTH.
Charles Dlsqua. A. J. Warner and t.
E. Cox. E. C. DAVIS,, C,
. D. E. COX. Clerk. , .
' f. o. n
La Grande Aerie No. X59, F. O. E.
meets every Friday night In - Elks'
ball at t p. m. Visiting brethren In
vited to attend.
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
J. H. LEISHMAN. W. B.
O. E. 8.
Rope Chapter No. IS, O. E. 8., hold
iiatea communications the second and
lourtn Wednesdays of each month,
tutun -inmost cordially Invited.
MAHT O. FORREST. W. M.
RT A. WARWICK, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Star Encampment No. II, X, 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. ,
s . ' 1 ' , M. B. of A. ,
Meets first and third Thnrsday eve
at I. O. O. F. balL Visiting members
always welcome. v:
J. A. ARBUCKLB2, President
C. J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary.
r. 0.0. v.
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
Model P.fiurtnt.. ; ;''.' :. yy
C. H. BLTSTONE. N. G.
D. E. COX, Secretary.
C. 3. 'VANDERPOEL. Fin. Sec
y. ; i Foresters jjf America.
Court Maid Marlon No. 23 meetf
each Wednesday night In K. of P. hall
Brothers are invited to attend.
NERI ACKLES. C. R.
C. J. VANDEUPOEL. F. & 4 ,
Board of Trustees: Dr. O. U Big
gera, 0r Berger and Herbert Patti
son.; : ' ' v '' ' ''. y
A, F. as A, M.
La Grand Lodge No. 41, A. F. A
A. M., holds regular meetings fir
ind third Saturdays at 7:10 p. m...
. L. H. RUSSELL, W. M.
a . HUFFMAN. Secretary.
.,' K. of 3. . .
Red Cross Lodge No. 17. meets
rvery Monday evening In Castle Ha.ll,
worp building. A Pythian welcome
:o all visiting knights. ,
D. H. PROCTOR. C C
R. L. LINCOLN. K. of R. A 8.
Woodman of the World.
La Grande Lodge No. MO. W. O.
W meets every Saturday evening
In K. of P. hall In the Corpe
building. All visiting members wel
come. M. M. MARQUIS.
J. B. KEENET, Consul Commander.
Just What You Ordered.
Tom can depend upon your order
coming Just as you ordered It when
you place your meat order with Stll
woll, the Boas butcher. 'Phone Main
15. ' Oct5
L. O. T. M. '
Hive No. 17. I 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'INTYRE. K. of R.
Crystal Lodge No. CO, meets 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.
B. P. O. E.
La Grande Lodge No. 433, meets
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In
Elks' club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.'
C. S. DUNN, Exalted Ruler.
G. E, M'CULLY, Rec, Sec
"THE SCHOOL OF QUALITY
Tenth and Morrison, Portland, Oregon A. P. Armstrong, LL.B., Principal
We occupy two floors 65 by 100 feet, have a $20,000 equipment,
employ a large faculty, give individual instruction, receive more calls
for office help than we can meet ; Our school admittedly leads all
others in quality of instruction. It pays to attend such an institution.
C,Sal(l a Business Mao J " Keep hammering away everlastingly on thorough
work. It will win out In the end." . Said an EJncfttort "The quality of Instruc-
While In the city Monday, Manager
a' p. Crowe of ths Home: tnAftjiendent.
Telephone company of La Granid, an
nounced his lntenli to. build a line
from Fiwv to Sl?1 tynr-g. connecting
there with the f ient serwyj line, and
having, connection 'with t, He "company's
lines In tills city. '.; y.
.. After months of work, - says the
Wallowa Sun, Mr. Crowe has succeed
ed in 'securing a five-year franchise
over the government line and the lines
will be constructed at '. once. ; Mr.
Crowe is now in the Flora country and
upon his return to La Grande all sup
plies necessary for carrying on the
work wll be ordered. The work on
the Inie will commence during the
fore part of November and will be in
operation before January 1.
The line will be a toll line with the
regular 25 cent fee, but it includes the
privilege of attaching three 'phones
on the government line between this
place and Sled Springs, . which, to
gether with the Sled 8prlngs ranger
station.' Chlco and Billy Meadow
will be 15-cent switches from Wal
' The Intermittent sounds In the alley
In the rear of. the N. K. West ,store the
past few nights were not reports of
pistol shots or shotgun, but slmply
the over-explosion of the gasoline en
gine operating the private electric
light plant. Last evening the sharp
reports rang out with startling effect,
and considerable worry and wonder
ment was rift as to the cause of the
shooting. As a matter of Tact it Is but
a harmless excess explosion of the
gasoline engine. ' '
Mnn r)n In rmnr mphfxA mnlrmt It th otondnrfl of Its kind in the Northwest"
COpen all the year.
Students admitted at any time.. Catalogue free.
Any bank, any newspaper, any businesa man la Portland
Arc You Doing What You Can to Populate Your State?
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE Settlers, honest farmers, mechan
ics, merchant, clerks, people' with brains, strong hands and a
willing heart capital or no capital.
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co :
Is sending. tons of Oregon literature to the east for distribution
' through every available agency. Will you not help the good
work of building Oregon by sending us the names and addresses
. of your friends who are likely to be interested In this state? We
will be glad to bear tha expense of sending them complete In
formation about Oregon and Ita opportunities.
COIiONIST TICKETS will be on sale during SEPTEMBER AND
OCTOBER from the east to all poinU In Oregon. The fares
from a few principal cities are,: . "
- From Denver $30.00 From. Louisville ..I....M 1.70
From Omaha ...$0.00 From Cincinnati ...... 41.30
pr Kansas City .'.V.'.; $30.00 From "Cleveland ..I ....44.t$
From St Louis ......... S.$0 From New ork ;.$S5.00
From Chicago $$$.00 . , ; v
TICKETS CAN BE PREPAID.
If you want to bring a friend or relative to Oregon, deposit tfce
proper amount with any of our agent. The ticket wOl then
be furnished by telegraph. s
J. H. BJSXJTET, L00U Agent, La Grande, Oregon.
WU. TMItXAT, Generat P gr Agw t
Fljfht on in Vanlilngton.
Rev. Royal W. Raymond, superin
tendent of the Washington Anti-.Sa-loon
league, who has returned to the
coast from a tour of the state In the
Interests, of local option. Is quoted as
stating that he Is satisfied with the re
sults of the work so far accomplished
by the workers In the cause, says the
Spokane Chronicle. Mr, Raymond
said hev was certain of a majority In
both the house and the senate for the
bill, which Is to be drawn by the
friends of local option.
"As far as the battle for local op
tion Is concerned In this' state, It
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ald' Mr.'. Raymond, "but It Is Just as
tl' to keep up the fight until the
i'ay of election. L'.:e Anti-Saloon
Urgue has two obJC :a In view, both
f. which are dear to Its heart the
elimination of Joe Cannon and the
suppression as fa-.1 as possible, of the
No more wooden buildings In the
business part of town nothing but
stone, brick, concrete or other fire
proof material may be used In the fu
ture for building purposes within the
business district of this city. Such
was the edict of the city council last
Friday night. An ordinance to that
effect had been drawn up hy attorney
A. 8. Cooley and the council lost no
time In passing It. Rule 5, of the by
laws of the council, .was suspended.
and the ordinance was passed and or
dered published by reading It twice by
title, and once In full, then voted upon,
il ls news that is published the day
j it happens!
at and reaches its ideals in this re-i
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"Fm-tory Employe. Attention.
The day shift of the Amalgamated
Sugar company Is asked to report for
work Monday morning, and the night
crew at 7 p. m. next Monday.
AMALGAMATED SUGAR CO.
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TREASURY BEPARTIEXT, ":
Office of the Com.trolkr of the Cur-
Washington. D. C. Oct. 13. 1S03.
Notice te hereby glTen to all persons
who may have claims against The
Farmers Traders National BaAk of
La Grande," Oregon, that the same
must bo presented to Claud Catch. Re
ceiver, with the legal proof thereof,
within three months from this date,
or they may be disallowed. j
, LAWUTTvCF V. MTTRRAT,
Comptroller of the Currency. j )'