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CTRI5C0 SERVER. LA OKEGOT. SATURDAY, JFVE 25, 1D09.
There are several kinds
of drilling but the kind
the kind tnat makes the
farm pay is the drilling
which makes water avail
able. There is no need
of a dry farm. The task
is not so great as you
may think. I have had
years of experience and
understand the well busi
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LA OBANDE, OREGON
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
at the Churches
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHTBCH.
Washington ave and Sixth streets.
Sef. S. IT. Setsaaaa, I. D. Minister.
Morning subject, "Rooting and
Furl ting." Solo, "O Divine Red ee mer
er," Gounod, by Mrs. A. L. Richard
son. Evening subject, "The Reign of
Christ In La Grande;" Anthem, "The
Day la Gently Sinking.' Neildlinger,
by the choir. Sunday school, 9:45 a.
m., Mr. WL. Brenholts, superinten
dent C. E. service, 7:00 p. m., Leader
Geo. M. Rogers. Mid-week prayer
service, Thursday 8:00 p. m.
CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Corner of Washington & Depot si.
Ford Ellis minister.
Professor Bridges who has charge
of the choir for the last month will
sing at the evening services. The
subject of the morning sermon will be,
The Key to Eternal Life," In the even
ing, "The Day Laborer.' The evenlrg
sermon will be confined to the railroad
men. Is It Justice that the earnings
of a multitude of people over aad
above the cost of production - be
handled and controUed by a few?
Bible school at 9:45; Communion,
11; Christian Endeavor at 7. James
Clay wilt lead. Junior Endeavor at
the same hour. Mrs. Ellis will have
charge of this department for the
present. Church at 11:45 and 8. A
cordial Invitation is extended to alL
A special invitation is extended to the
men who work upon the trains, in the
shops and In the yards to attend the
8T. PETER'S CHURCH.
Third Sunday After Trinity.
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Sunday School . 10 a. m.
Morning Service 11 a. m.
Evening Service 8 p. m
UPTO.V H. GIBBS.
Corner M and Fourth Streets.
C. E. Deal, raster.
Sunday, 9:45 a. m., Bible school, G.
H. Currey, superntendent; 11 a m..
Morning . worship; subject: "A . vital
Question." Baptism administered,
and members received. 7 p. m., Ep
worth League devotional service.
Subject: "Sleeping Disciples." Mrs.
F. H. Green, leader. 8 p. m. Evening
worship. Subject: "The Two Ways."
Prayer meeting at 8 o'clock on Thurs
day evening. A cordial welcome to
all to attend these services. . ,
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land OSce.at La Grande. Or,
May 21. 109.
Notice Is hereby given that
uf La Grande. Oregon, who on Sep
tember 29, 1903. 'made homestead en
try No, 13261-SerlaI No. 04028, for SE
NEK. NEVi SE-4 See. 7. WV4XWJ4.
Section 8. Township 2 South. Range
38 East, Willamette Merldan. has filed
notice of Intention to make final five
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the
Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land
Office, si La Grande. Oregon, on the
12th day of July. 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Francis IL Owsly
John Morg, all of La Grande, Oregon.
CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM
AT Tilt BAPTIST CHURCH
Children's Day will be celebrated
at the Baptist church tomorrow even
ing with, the following program:
Hymn, "Neath the Banner."
responsive Reading, Page 3.
. Prayer Hymn.
Recitation, ."Our Fatiur'ii Care",
Song, Tiny Bible girls and teacher.
"Children's Day,'1 class of girls.
Vocal Duet, Lei a Jordan and Calls-
Recitation, Ruth Diggers.
Recitation, "Let the Children Come"
Hymn. "Sowing the Seed of Faith."
Recitation, "June the Month of
Roses, Neva Synder.
Primary Trio, Neva Synder, Marie
Love, Beulah Ellsworth.
Recitation, Emma McAnish.
t Vocal Duet, "The Smile of a Child,"
Estey Synder and Rosie Bishop.
Daisy drill, nine little girls.
Recitation, Nelly Wyatt
Recitation, "Wanted a Man," Clar-
Solo, Adaline Little.
Recitation, "La Grande," Jordan. ,
Recitation, "On Children's Day,"
Song, Primary girls.
Recitation, "Legend of a Rose,"
Hymn, Here Lord we offer.
Hymn, At the name of Jesus.
Exercise, class of young ladies.
Notice Is hereby given that D. Som
mer and Leopold Rosenthal are. the
executors under the will of Bertha
Sommer, Deceased, and have been duly
appointed as such of her estate by
the County Court of Union County,
Oregon.' All persons having claims
against said estate are required to
present the same with proper vouchers
for proof and allowance to either of
said Executors, or to C. H. Finn,' at
bis law office In La Grande, Oregon,
for them. v ,
Dated June 7, 1909.
D. Sommer, Elgin Oregon..'
Executors of the estate of Bertha
Setke of Inpeaadel Stock.
Notice is hereby given that on the
16th day of June. 1909, 1 took up while
running at large In the city of La
Grande, Oregon,, the following de
scribed animal, towit, one Jersey bull,
about two years old, no brands risible.
Has square crop off of right ear and
slit In left ear, that I Impounded said
animal In the city of La Grande, Ore
gon, .under and byVirtue of an ordi
nance thereof, and unless the owner
claims and pays, cost of feeding and
keeping of said animal, at the expira
tion of ten days from' the date of
this notice, I will advertise and sell
said animal, as provided by the ordi
nance of said city.
Done and dated In La Grande, Ore
gon; this the 17th day of June, 1909.
L. RATE URN,
(J-18-20) Chief of Police,
Sotlce For Bids.
Notice is hereby given that. te
County Court of Union County, O.'o
gon, will receive sealed bids at the of
fice of the undersigned until nom on
Thursday the 8th day of July, 1A09.
for the construction of a 304 foil s'eel
span bridge over the Crande Ron lc
River at Orb Dell, as per plan? and
specifications on file In the otf.ee oi
the undersigned. Said bids to bs :
compauei by a certified check or
five per cent of said bid.
Da'el at La Grande, Oregon, In's
14th day of ji.ly, 1909.
County Clerk of "Union County, Om-gon.
A Healing Salre for Barns, Chapped
Hands and Sore Nipples.
Two Big Games.
Union and Enterprise will play ball
at Union July land 2, at 3 p. m. each
day. Manager Hutchinson, who has
Bteered the 'Union team through a
succession of victories this season,
confidently expects to win both these
games. Union Republican. "
As a healing salve for burns, sores,
sore nipples and chapped hands
Chamberlain's Salve Is most excell
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yourself how Quickly It relives the
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X0TICE OF ASXCAL SCHOOL
Notice Is hereby given to the iegal
voters of school district No. 1, of Un
ion county, State of Oregon, that the
ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETINGS for
said district will be held at High
School building in said district, to
begin at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on
the third Monday of June, being the
21st day of June, A. D. 1909.
This meeting is called for the pur
pose of electing one director to serve
for five years, and the transaction of
business usual at such meetings.
Said election shall be held from 2
p. m. until 6 p. m. and It Bhall be by
Dated this 10th day of June, 1909.
. District Clerk,
r' DAVID BAT,
Chairman ( Board.,?of -Directors.
(June 11-21) ' :
Plank sidewalks built and repair
ed, excavating and filling. Phone
Black 1362. (J-20-J-20)
Where ioca.1 business men are 4
co-operating and buying stump
lands preparatory to setting
commercial orchards. For par-
4 tlculars regarding good orchard 4
4 land? at very low prices call or ...
write The "
8LOUGH INVESTMENT CO. '
4 Real Estate, Investments, Loans
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For Schools, Churches, Lodge Rooms,and Public Buildings
Does away with window ventilation, which is almost as great an, evil as impure air.
Maintains a uniform temperature all over the room.
Eliminates the cold floor problem and the "dread d hot stove," ' . .
Adds 25 per cent to the seating capacity by removing the plant to the corner.
Great saving in fuel bill. Requires no basement. Always under direct supervision. . '
No expense to install. Will burn either wood or coal.
Every plant guaranteed to meet the most exacting requirements.
No Experiment, Plant in scucessful operation in Public School of La Grande.
invented by J. L. Waterbury who for many years taughtin the public schools, after carefully studying
the problem and long experimenting devised and patented the" system.
Those seated in the farther corner of the room will be just as warm as those sitting near the plant.
Can be attached to any flue. Every school district should investigate this system.
i Mi SNIDER, Rzent, LaGrande, Ore.
I Have taught in the various schools of tne county for the past fourteen years and
lB n"uwlcu6 W1 imprupsi neaimg ana ventilating conditions caused me to take
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