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FTESI5C OBSERYEB, LA GBAXDE. ORECO. FRIDAY, MAT 11, 1909.
In order to accomodate visitors to the Carnival I will continue my sale
of the J. R. Smith Bankrupt Stock. Call and get some bargains if you need
anything in the clock, jewelery or silverware line. I am selling most of.
this stock at considerable less than wholesale price.
La Grande's Leading Jeweler
Opposite the United States Land Office
' OF THE
FRATFDM a r -Q
LA GRANDE, ORE.
M. W, A.
La Grande Camp No. 7703 meets
aach Monday evening at I. O. O. F.
lall. All visiting neighbors are cor
dially Invited to attend.
,, M. McMURRAY. C
CAL JORDAN, Clerk.
F. 0. E.
La Grande Aerie No. 259, F. O. E.,
meets every Friday night In Elk s hall
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren Invited
1 to attend. '
C. E. HACKMAN, W. P.
GEO. ABEQG, W, S.
0. K. 8. .
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. 8., hold
Stated communications the second. and
fourth, Wednesdays of each month.
Visiting members cordially invited.
RACHEL E. VVORSTELL, W. M.
MARY A WARWICK, Secretary.
I. 0. 0. IVKucunipincut.
' Star Encampment No. 31, 1. O. O.
, F., meets every second and fourth
Wednesday in the month in Odd Fel
lows' hall. VlBlting patriarchs always
H. E. COOLIDGE, C. P.
: ' W. A. WORSTELL, Scribe.
Alt B. of A.
Meets every Thursday evening at
I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members al
ANGUS STEWART, President.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary.
1. 0. 0. tV Subordinate.
La Grande Lodge No. 16, meets in
their hall every Saturday night. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
Model restaurant. -
HUGH McCALL. N. G
OSCAR COOLIDGE." Secretary.
W. A. WORSTELL, Fin. Sec. S
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TER FACE JURY CHARGE
Foresters of America.
Court Maid Marion No. 22 meets
each Wednesday night in K. of P.
hall. Brothers are incited to attend.
BEN HA1STEN, C. R.
LEO HERRING. C. S.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, F. S.
v . A. F. & A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. &
A. M., holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. iu.
R. L. LINCOLN, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
Knight of Pythias. i
Red Cross Lodge No. 27, meets ev- j
ery Monday evening in Castle Hall
(old Elk's hall), A Pythian welcome i
to all visiting knights. j
J. F. BAKER, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN', K. of R. & S. I
Crystal Lodge No. 50 meets every
Tuesday evening at the 1. O. O. F. hall. '
All visiting members are Invited to '
JENNIE N. SMITH. N. G.
MARTHA E. SCOTT, Secretary.
Not alone for land fraud artists,
defaulting adjutant generals and
blind pigs operators is the fame that
goes with a grand jury indictment,
says the East Oregonian.
This was proven yesterday after
noon when word was receivd here of
the indictment by the Wallowa county
grand Jury of Jack Huston, the well
known printer, and Rev. W. T. Eus
ter. former pastor of the Methodist
church of this city, but who is now
pastor of the Sunnyside Methodist
church of Portland.
For the alleged breach of the laws
regarding the setting out of tires in
forest have the two men been Indict
ed by ihe Wallowa county jury.
Though details are lacking it is the
presumption that the reputed viola
tion occured last summer while the
two men in question were upon a
hunting jaunt in the wilds about Wal
According to Mr. Huston he is ab
solutely in the dark regarding the
charges against him and Mr. Bus
ter. He says they were hunting in
Wallowa county but that he recalls no
j overt act which they committed. He
j is po8tive no forest fires resulted
from their carelessness and Is In
hopes of easily proving hiB innocence.
He 'phoned this forenoon to his for-
I mer hunting partner and says that Mr.
Euster is likewise astounded at. the
, news of his Indictment,
j The hunting trip by Messrs Euster
and Huston was taken last summer
shortly after the close of the prohi
bition campaign during which Rev.
Euster led the prohibition forces while
Mr. Huston published the Monday
.Magnet in behalf of the saloon forces.
ow After Faster.
This afternon Mr. Huston received
word from Enterprise that the sheriff
had gone on to Portland to secure
Rev. Euster and that he Is relying' up
on Sheriff Taylor to take care of the
Pendleton man. He will pass through
in train No. 6 in the morning and Mi.
Huston will proceed to Enterprise
with the party.
According to Mr. Huston he receiv
ed some information this afternoon
that convinces him thnt the whole
difficulty has grown out of. a enae of
Moodineii of Ihe World.
La Grande Lodge No. 169. W. 0.
meets every second and fourth
Tuesday evening in K. of P. hall in
the Corpe building. All visiting mem
bers welcome. NER' ACKLES.
J, H. KEENEY, Consul Commander.
It. V. O. K.
La Grande Lodge No. 433, meeets
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In
Elk's club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
H. E. COOLIDGE. Exalted Ruler.
HI GH McCALL, Rec. Sec.
? it ! Cough Medicine.
... an ideal cough medicine I re
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In
i. ch? by Usui f," nays Drr. R. A. Wilt
shire, of Uwynnevllle, Ind. "I take
great pleasure In testifying to the re
sult of Chamberlain's Cough medi
cine, In fact, l know of no other
preparation meets so fu..y thoj
expectation vi ihe most exacting in
Cajyjfp of croup ana coughs of children.
Id 'A.'tt.iu -o ..nium. ;Mr- f.irrr ..
Oia. 3 !.... J.'JJ' ..' t ii . .
gafe. pll-asnnt and pffleacloua remedy
for the ills It U Intended." For sale by
all good dealers.
Observer want ads do it.
A Pleasant Pliyslc.
When you want a pleasant physic'
lve Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets a trial. The yare mild and j
gentle In their action and always pro-
'use a rieasant. cathartic f.fct Oil'
I The Little Shop !
f 906 Main St. $
f Stamping of all kinds, luclud-
X ing shirt waists & Center pieces,
done, embroidery lessons given. 2
G, viuvio tnivrii film iv-o.uiio rmcm
in stenciling. Full line of em
broidery materials. A
HI'SSEV'S HAt'K LINK'
Best of service, Day and
Night. Hack furnished for
funerals and private parties.
Baggage transferred Day and
fJltrht and 8undaya.
Staiul at l'aul'jt Cigar Store.
'Phone Red 241
N'lght 'Phone Main 25.
E. L. Bl'SSKY.
Train postofflce car No. 17, "dead
headed' through to Joseph today and
tomorrow will come out in charge of
Mail clerk Ballinger. wihle Mr. Mays
leave La Grande with a similar car.
It is a combination affair and until
some more adequate baggage and ex
press facilities are provided, a bag-gnge-express
car will be included in
the make up of the branch line train.
Mail l.ctlers on Train.
Commencing tomorrow it will be
possible to mail loiters for Wallowa
county and nil Intermediate points on
the train, a privilege never before permitted.
better than the average year.
Owing , to the great activity of the
wool buyers in this state, all sales
days will probably be declared off.
according to Scrctary Dan P. Sraythe
of the state wool growers association.
Shaniko may have one sales day, but
all others will likely be abandoned.
The growers around Pendleton and
Pilot Rock are getting 20 to 21 cents
for thlr wool says the East Oregon
Ian. It la said the new scouring mill
at Echo will not handle over 125.000
Experiment with Oimerver want ads.
Did you find it?
RALTIMORE. Md., May 7.The
Prohibition State Convention for the
State of Maryland Is now In session
at Heptasoph's Hall, at which a full
state ticket will be nominated before
it closes. Tonight a large mass meet
ing will be held in Heptasophs" Hall.
The sheep shearing season In this
county will open June 1. that being
the date set for starting up of the
plants, Martin's, Makin's and liaii
dans. relates the Enterprise News
Record. Reports from the lambing camps
a -e of a favorable nature, and there
has been h good increase, probably
Promising, though youthful, cham
pions of forensic skill will vie with
each other next Wednesday evening at
the Presbyterian church, when the
lambda Phi Apha. club of the Pres
byterian church will meet a team from
the Blue Mountain association of the
M. E. church. The question to be de
bated is. "Resolved, that the Indian
suffered more at the hands of the
white man than did the Negro." The
Presbyterian boys have ' the' affirma
tive with George Kerr, Harley Rich
ardson and Wayne Pickler as the
speakers, and the association lads will
be represented on the negative by
George H. Currey Jr., Harold Grady
and Roy B. Currey. An admission of
13 cents will be charged.
THE GEORGE PALMER
We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8. t
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