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EVEXIXO OnSEnVER, LA GRAXDE, ORF.GOV, MOYDAY, FEIIRUARV 13. 1909.
PA OK SIX.
The New Spring Shoes and
Oxfords Demand Attention
LA GRANDE, ORE.
M. W. A.
Im Grande. Camp No. 7703 meets
euch Monduy evening at I. O. O. P.
hull. All visiting neighbor are cor
dially invited to attend.
, 11. MtSiL'URAr, C.
r. o. r:.
La Oiande Aerie No. 259, F. O. E.,
roods every Friluy night In Elks' hall
at 8 p. rn. Visiting brethren Invited
C. E. HACKM AN, W. P.
OICO. AD1SGG, W. S.
o. i:. s.
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. S., hold
Htated communications tho second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Vlsltng members cordially Invited.
RACHEL E. WOlt.HTKLL, W. M.
MAItY A. WARMCK, Secretary.
1. O. O. F. I'liicampiiicnl.
Star Encampment No. 31, I. O. O.
V meets every second and fourth
Wednesday In tho month In Odd Fel
lows' hall. Visilig patriarchs always
H. E. COO LI DOE, C. P.
W. A. WOKSTELL. Sciibo.
I. U. O. V. Subordinate.
La Grande Lodge No. 16, meets In
their hall every Saturday night. Vis
iting brother! cordially Invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
OSCAR COOUDGE. Sfcrecary.
W. A. WOKSTELL, Fin. Bee.
Foresters of America.
Covirt Maid Marlon No. 22 meets
each Wednesday night in K. of P
hall. Brothers are invited to attend.
BEN HAISTEN. C. R.
LEO HERRING, C. S.
C. J. VANDEItPOEL, F. S.
A. V. & A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. &
A. M., holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
R. L. LINCOLN, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
si. it. or a.
Meets every Thursday evening at
I. O'O. F. hull. Visiting members ul
ANGUS STEWART. President.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary.
Woodmen of the World.
La Grande Lodge No. 169, W. O.
W, meets every second and fourth
Tuesday evening In K. of P. hall In
the Coipe building. All visiting mem
bers welcome. NERI ACKLES,
J. II. KEENEV, Consul Commander.
KitlglitM of 1'ytlilas.
Red Cross Lodge No. 27. meets every
Monday evening In Castle Hull (old
Elks' hall). A Pythian welcome to all
J. F. BAKER, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. & S.
Crystal Lodge No. 50 meets every
Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall.
All visiting members are invited to at
tend. JENNIE N. SMITH, N. G.
MARTHA E. SCOTT, Secretary.
n. r. 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.
Q. E. McCULLY, Recording Sec.
The Newlln Drug Co. makes a spe
cial proposition to customers, fee
window for particulars. 2-9-12
Washington Once Gave l'
to three doctors; was kept In bed for
five weeks. Blood poison from a spi
der's bite caused large, deep sores to
cover his leg. The doctor's failed,
then "Hucklcn's Arnica Halve, com
pletely cured me," writes John Wash
ington, of Bosquevillc, Texas. For ec
zema, bolls, burns and piles It is su
preme. 25c at Newlln Drug Co.
XOTK OF FINAL, ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby glvei. that Mertie
Aldiieh, administrator of the estate of
Mary A. Aldrlrh, deceased, has filed
In the cnu"v court of Union county,
Oregon, Y"" 'ina 1 account In the mat
ter of saio estate, and the county court
has a pointed Tuesday, the 2nd day
of March, 1909, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. tn., at the court house, in
La Grande. Oregon, as the time and
place for hearing objections to such
final account and tho settlement there
of. MERTIE ALDRICH.
AdmlriHtrator of the Estate of Mary A.
Pendleton, Feb. 15. A special from
Hermiston yesterday, to the Tribune,
Hermiston will pi.ml 6000 simdv
li eesApir 3 WtlSf-stTTl-W rf TIT?
The city council was usked to declare
a special tree-planting day, which will
be accepted as a general holiday, and
tho entire population of the city will
prepare to plant trees. An engineer
has been employed by the city to es
tabllHh grades and distances from the
sidewalk line where the trees shall
be set Tho width of the sidewalk
has been established and tho trees
will be set in a park seven feet wide
adjoining the sidewalk. Uniformity
will be followed throughout the city
and miles of straight rows of shade
trees Is expected to result. There
also talk of extending the planting
uong the main roads entering the city
from one to two miles. Five and ten
acre fruit tract owners are talking the
matter up, and locust, popular, elm
sycamore, horse chestnut und other
varieties will be planted. The trees
will be bought In hundred and thous
and lots and the cost of the work re
SMALL TRACT DEVELOPMENT.
limit ProcroM Belli"; Made In Free-
SjmvIiiI Real En(hU Bargain.
$3200 cash will buy IS lots, 1 brick
house, 2 frame houses, good orchard,
with water right; If taken this week,
and assume loan of . $1385. Income
..... -f, fftti ftri ri., tit. .nth l.unn
tavule 129.29 monthly. 'neho tablets, und rend
LA GRANDE UN VESTMENT CO. tkm? Newlln Drug Co
Did you see the big jar of hcad-
Don't you think it's about
lime you had your eyes attended
to? Stop those nerve-racking
headaches, that mistiness, those
Obey nature's vuiriihig and let
us eheck the development of that
defect with a pair of Glasses
fitted by US. j ' ; J
ACCURATE WOKK GUAR
H- PE AR E
UADINGAIVD PI0EfR JEVYTLER
In speaking of the development of
the small fruit tracts In the vicinity
of Freewater and Milton (Umatilla
minty), which has been forging to
the front the past few years, the Wal
la Walla Union of Sunday, says:
The development of fruit tracts has
been In progress for two or threi
years, but never has It gained the Im
petus anil general favor which It now
has. Owners of larue tracts were for
merly aliaid to divide their holdings
for fear of losing sufficient means ti
gain their living. Rut It has been,
and Is now being demonstrated that
the small farm Is soon, very soon, to
take the precedence over the large
"ranch." It is also being shown to
the satisfaction of the most pessimistic
that the products of an acre of ground
can be doubled by using proper meth
ods and judgment of market condi
tions. The days for the big ranches arc
fast beginning to wane, it Is thought,
and the next half decade will mark a
marvelous change in the aspect of this
part of Umatilla county. Already the
outposts of the larger farmer are be
ing forced farther back and every year
in the future promises to see a still
faster ictrcut of the same. Instead ot
now maintaining one family to every
section of land In this vicinity there
.. tMany. Kacnw which were deemed
capable ot bringing revenues of from
to S.'ol an aiic annually, are now
known to be piouuciug, not iu per
cent ni'Mc. but luao per cent more
than the.i have done in the p.wt.(
The livc-iHie l'uiil li.rm and the
-iinilc.i -si. cd poultry faints arc fast
'I"!;!;..; the vall.j from one iv.' to tin
other. Neat an. I conU'ortahit homo
i.c the iviisp: -(..us feature of tins lie
lopn:iUt. Tin. ultimate result of
the cutting up of la rt;o tracts Into
n...u latins taliiiol noiv be told, nor
: n lite iiu lease in population that
result be 'accurately sibilated.
I'tif all t):l:.-.- now p.ihtt to vie con
tinuous village It's fo 12 mii.'S in
i. trotn Walla alia to .Milton.
The new spring shoes show a decided change in style from anything shown
the last two seasons. The new Tan, Ox-Blood, Mauve, Glazed Vici Kid, and Patent
Oxfords are preferred and you will find a great mar.y people, especially the smartest
dressers, wearing shoes of this kind. Large brass eyelets and pearr buckles add
greatly to their distinctiveness. Th lady who likes high shoes will find a nice va
riety of styles to choose from, such as Tans, Tans with white top, Patent Buttons,
and Patent Kids. We carry a complete, line of Infants' and Children's shoes in all
the new styles.
Correct Styles, Dependable Quality
THE QUALITY STORE.
The Evening Observer, Deliverdd at your door, 65c per Month
WOOD & COAL
In quantities to suit
Truck and Transfer'
G. E. FOWLER . Phone Main 10 :
soldier It.itu Death Dot.
It sect, ci! to J. A. Stove, a ci war
vi teian of Kemp. iV.vas. tba'. .1 plot
ex:-!,,l between a desperate i'.ilg
tvot.bli' and the grave to cause his
death. " I contracted a stubborn cold,"
he writes, "that developed a cough
that stuck to nie !n spite of all rem-
i dies, for j cars. My weight ran down
to i;;it pounds. Then 1 bigan to use
Dr. Kings New Discovery, which re
stor il my health completely. 1 now
w. igh t;s pounds." For severe colds,
obstinate coughs, hemorrhages, asth
ma stid to prevent pneumonia It is
unrivaled, ode and SI. Trial bott'e
free. Citiaianteed by Newlln Drug Co.
I'lWiness men especially real estate
di .'iirs in i!i!t"t; am! the vicinity, are
looking forward to one of the great
est growth and activities in land sales
during the coming season that this
district has ever had.
160 acres h-2 mies east of Enterprise. Owr
8o acres finest kindot farming or fruit land in a
body. Bahnce fine north slope pasture. Fine
county road to the place.
It won't Wait Always
LOGAPi SHERWOOD (0.
La Grande, Oregon