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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1909)
EVE NINO USEUVKIt, LA tfn.!k, OlUliON. nilDAY. MAItCH iof.
UIKLU I UT
LA GRANDE, ORE.
, - M. W. A.
IA Grando Camp No. T70S meets
fcach Monday evening at I. O. O. F.
kialL AH visiting neighbors are cor-
Ulally Invites! to attend.
M. McMURRAX, C.
CA1. JORDAN, Clerk.
f. o. n.
L Grande Aerie No. 2S9, P. 0. E.,
meets every Friday night In Elks' hall
t I p, n, VUltlng brethren Invited
C. E. HACK MAN. W. P.
GEO. ABBGG. W. a
O. K. 8.
Hope Chapter No. IS, O. E. 8., hold
stated com-lunlcatlona the aecond and
.....ih Wednesdays of each month.
VUltng member cordially Invited. -
RACHEL E. W0R3TELU W. M
MART A. WARNICK, Secretary.
n v fLiunninniont.
StaaE'ncampment No. II, X. 0. O
every second and fourth
r,,n.riv in the month In Odd Fel
lows' hall. Vlaltng patriarchs always
H. E. COOLlDaE, C. P.
W. A. WORSTELU Scribe.
Visiting members al-
M. B. Of A.
Meets every Thursday
I 0. 0. F. hall,
ANGUS STEWART, President
I C J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary,
I. O. O. Subordinate.
La Grande Lodge No. 1(, meets In
their hall every Saturday night Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to at-
teud. 1 Ometery plat may be seen at
Uodel restaurant. .
' HUGH itcCALL. N. O.
OSCAR COOLIDGE. Secretary.
V. A. WORSTELL, Fin. Sec. , .
Foresters of America. ,
Court Maid Marlon No. IX mocts
each Wednesday night In K. of F,
hall. Brothers are Invited to attend.
BEN HAISTEN, C. R.
LEO HERRING, C. 8.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, F. 8.
A. F. A A. M.
La Grande. Lodge No. 31. A. F. A
A. M., holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:10 p. m.
R. U LINCOLN, W. M.
A. C. WH.LIAMS, Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
Red Cross Lodge No. 17, meets every
Monday evening in Castle Hall (old
Elks' hall). A Pythian welcome to all
J. F. BAKER, C. C,
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. A S. "
ADD - NARY' .
Tou will find a full line of the old
reliable Slngor and Wheeler A Wilson
sewing machines at Frank Harris" Art
store. Machines sold on terms to suit.
Payments received by Mr.. Harris.
Woodmen of tho World.
U Grande Lodge No. 169, W. O.
W., meets every second and fourth
Tuesday evening In. K. of P. hall in
the Corpe building. All visiting mem
bers welcome. NERI ACKLES.
J, H. KEENEY, Consul Commander.
Crystal Lodge No. 60, meets every
Tuesday evening at the L O. O. F. hall.
All visiting members are Invited to at
tend. , JENNIB'N. SMITH. N. G.
MARTHA E. SCOTT, 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. VUltlng brothers
are cordially Invited to attend.
C. S. DUNN, Exalted Ruler.
G. E. McCULLT, Recording Sec.
! THINK THIS OVER;
If you believe in your
town why not make it
worth while to do busi
ness here? : : :
i ASK FOR LA GRANDE SUGAR j
J THE GEORGE PALJV1ER
I LUMBER COMPANY
I RETAIL DEPARTMENT
j We Solicit Your Orders for
: Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
t Chain Wood
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8.
An Ideal Cough Medicine. .safe, plf-nsar' and efficacious remedy
"As an Ideal cough medicine I re-j for t'hs it H Intended." For sale by
rd Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In jail gu-i.'' dealers.
4 class by Itself." says Drr. R. A. Wilt- rr - - -
hire, of Gwynnevllle, Ind. "I tafc 1 . Why Xot Trade?
treat pleasure In testifying te tV -. go acres land, partly cleaned
u,f of Chamberlain's Cong
ne. In fact, I kaow of no uther
Preparation that meets so fully the
expectations of the most exacting In
of crrnip and coughs of children.
.iiia. ti tertniiUj espies eh j
acres now in grain; a fair 3-room
houe. good log barn, lots of wood on
place; level land, good road?; 4
mile to good school; 12 mtlfs to La
Grande. Wast to tr de for La Grande
LA C BAXPg DiTJESTSfETT
New subscrlhers are being secured
at a rapid ptoce by the Home Independ
ent Telephone Co. The names added
since the directory . was . published,
from Wallowa and Union countit-8.
I Grande Kxcliange.
18S Ackles, Nerl, farm.
HA Bitnton, Win., farm.
HO Breadon, Fred, farm,
"im Baker City Orocery Co.
1253 Berry, J. M., residence.
1524 Belmer, Henry, reMdence.
1492 Riggers, Dr. O. L., residence.
1411 Bacon, Dr. C. T., residence.
241 City Grocery & Bakery.
14T Counsell, Frank, farm.
1494 Crossen, O. E., residence.
311 Caviness, J. L., residence.
1462 Coolldge, H. E., residence.
14A Ellcdge, M., residence.
1471 French, Robert, residence.
14N Graham, Lucy E., residence.
1532 Hereford, C. E., residence.
1562 Hill, Mrs. G., residence.
1375 Houston, F. D., residence.
18M Huff,- A. E., farm.
MM Ihll. W,, furm.
203 Kirk, Mrs. B. E., residence.
1373 ,Keltz, George, residence.
142 Larm, E. L., farm.
1414 Landrum, W. F., residence.
1523 La Grande Flouring Mill.
1378 Lawrence, Jerome, residence.
14S Mulholland. Jim, farm.
14H McCauly, John, residence.
234 Newltn Book & Stationery Co.
1232 Nledner, Waller, receiver bank.
1323 Oliver, Jack, residence.
1481 Oliver, A. V., office.
1324 Oliver, E. W., residence.
171 C. C, Pcnington & Co.
14B Pceblor, E. T., farm.
1521 Powell, O. W nursery.
1525 Pollack, W. W., poultry and egss.
18A Poach Bros., farm. v
1214 Red Front Livery Barn.
1251 Rlehey, G. M., office.
1522 Smith, J. F.. residence.
1221 Smith, L. C. garage.
1371 Stelnbech, J .F., residence.
7D Sawyer, G. W., farm.
1526 Scott, C. E., poultry and eggs.
204 'Starr & Twldwell, blacksmiths.
1327 Starr, J. E., residence.
154 L Btilwell, I'Tank, residence.
1512 Sommer Hotel.
1362 Taylor, Fred, residence.
371 Thome, C. L.. grocery.
1551 Twldwell, A. E., residence.
15K Topp, Garret, farm.
101 United States National Bank.
1502 Van Duyn Realty Co.
2 Van Duyn Furnishing Co.
1561 Van Fleet, A., residence.
1504 Whitman, V. E., residence.
1321 Wilson, James H., residence.
1442 White, J. V grocery.
15U Webster, A., Amalgamated Sugar
loo VVIIlll, il. Itwi.u.n
171 Winn, H. L.. tailor,
29V Baxter, J. E., residence.
27D Baker, Albert, residence.
2 ID Bass, J. E., general store.
21L City Drug Store.
22L Elmer, Edward, residence,
214A Frta-11, Harvey, residence.
21 4B FriMsell, W. R., residence.
26E Hamilton, Fred, residence.
27B McKensdu, J. L., residence.
27F McKenzle, Dave, residence.
24S McKlnnis, Frank, residence.
2i4C, Oregon- Pine Lumber Co.
214Y Robinson. V. S., residence.
24H Ricks, John, residence.
Blue 23M Baler, James F., residence.
White 33S Byers Transfer Co., office.
White lG Chapi-. ll, S. A., n-sldence.
42Y Clark, E. W., dtayman.
White 34S Hug. Jacob, residence.
Blue 37S Hack.-tt Lumber Co., office.
Hlndman, W. B., residence.
2f.H McNaughton, Dr. T-, resi
Blue 34 1 Patton, Chas., residence.
36 Slough Investment Co., office.
While 21M Stoop, L. A., confectionery.
Wilson. Chns. E., resioence.
57ZA11en. Alice O., residence.
-,4L, Jones. Royal, residence.
5SU Kavanaugh & Ayer-, residence.
54F May, Theodore, residence.
52M Puckett, All., resld-n.-e.
4L Wilbur, John.
33M Eames. Fred, residence.
White 6 Erwin, Dr. W.. office.
33K Elliott, A. J.. residence.
33C Kohler. Jacob, rt-tddencA.
32T McComas. Earl, residence.
3L Mcllroy. Mrs. Marj". r-Md-n-e.
Peterson. J. r'-"'--1
! 3L PetTfn. J , fsMea.
Stiff neck Is caused by rheumatism
' Tl'l f h rr " nmn.
ally confined to one side, or to the
back of the nock and one side. While
It Is often quite painful, quick relief
mny be had ty applying Chamber
Inln's Liniment Not one caso of heu.
matlsm In 10 requires Internal treat
ment.. When there Is no fever and no
swelling as in muscular and chronic
rheumatism, ' Chamberlain's Liniment
will accomplish more than any Inter
nal treatment. For sale by all good
LADIES AND j
Pressed, Dyed and
Repaired. Your work
Solicited and satis
.Join our suit club
Gall and talk it over.
H. L. Winn, I
In rear G G Pennington's
Phone Black 851
" r(jTn' "'"'"' '
Purchasing real estate with
out an abstract rivals horse
racing in "taking chances."
There are dozens Of ways
in which your prospective in.
vestment might be affected
unsatisfied judgments, incom
plete compliance with the
laws, etc., all of which you can
know nothing about un'ess you
have an abstract drawn up by
us. Accuracy and complhte
r.ess guaranteed. Only com
plete and up-to-date set of
Abstracts in Union county.
LA GRANOE INVtSIMEHT CO.
Fo'ey Hotel Block .
j You Need
A letter to me Tstating
I your location and needs
willbringyou all the in-
formation regarding well
t drilling necessary.
- 2 -
I R. A. WEST, I
l I!:e Well Driller 1
I,,. . I- . . . i). . :
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Spring things have been coming in for some time.
We've had our eyes wide open and . selected the
best to be had in things to wear for Men.
. We're going to do some great stunts in 'spring
outfitting. , .
. The men we dress will not pay too much for . their
clothes,. but they'll be, the best dressed men you'll meet.
jifci;rirtr.n-niW -murium Hi t tn tHmriiiiiirniMrrrTi
On many a colJ winter morrunrj you
will wake to find tlie lires "out" What
are you going to do ab.cnt it skiver ?
Prenan HOW lor llie pmTHimrV with
Oil Meat c
(Equipped Willi Smokeless Device)
nJ vrHi'U have denial, plowing heat-inslanlly wherever you
waul it wiihoul smoke or smell -smokeless de
vice prevents turn the wick a high or as low as
you like. Easily carried about. Brass lont holds
4 quarls ol oil burns 9 hours. Handsomely fin
ished in japan and nickel. Every healer warranted.
V.r . ligKl lor rtadino ol tew-
MaJe ol Iw.ra. sicket plilfj inJ cquippwl wilK U. Ut
Improvei trilr.l lra!l lurnet. Every lump wi.raiikd.
II ojt itaU dwsn'luiry tin rt.-U.1ion Oil tlMtcr ind Kys
Lonp. xcil t ncjrtit iK" y lor Jocripliv circuUr.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
r 111 mtmii iij 1 1 V - V - - : '
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Rheumatism is caused by an excess of uric acid in the blood, whiclr
gradually Rets into the circulation because of indigestion, constipation, weak
kidney action, and other Irregularities of the system which are sometimes
considered of no importance. This uric acid causes an inflamed and Irritated
condition of the blood, and the circulation instead of nouri.-,hinf the different
portions of the body, continually deposits into the nerves, muscles, tissues
and jrvii's, the Jrritatirg, pais.-prouaciti acv! with vb'h -it is ClloL Flw.t
matism can only be cured by a thorough cleansing of the blood, and th!f r
just what S. S. S. does. It goes down into the circulation, and by tv- - .
zing the uric acid and driving it from the blood, effectually ' -'7
removes the cause. S. S. S. strengthens and invigorates the bl. that
instead of a weak, sour stream, causing pjin and agouy thouguout ue sys
tem, it becomes an invigorating, nourishing fluid, furnishing health ana
vior to every part of the body and relieving the snftcring caused by this
disease. S. & S. being a purely veet-.'e or,d purif.er, it the surest aa J
safest cure for Rheumatism in any tf :t ; formj. ir.x.k on Rheumatism and
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