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WEKLT OnSEBTEE, 11 I.1U5DZ, OEIGOX. ttEDXESDAT, Jttf H, 11.
5 lA GRANDE, ORE.
La Grand Camp No. 7703 meets
lit 2nd Monday each month at I. O.
O. F. talL All visiting neighbors are
ccrdially invited to attend.
M. McMURRAY. C
CAL JORDAN, Clerk.
La Grande Aeria No. 25. F. O. EL,
mtiM every Friday night in Elk s hall
s I p. m. Visiting brethren Invited
C E. HACKMAN. W. P.
GEO. ABEGG, W. S.
Hops Chapter No. 13, O. E. S.. hold
taxed communicaticns the second and
frurth Wednesdays of each month.
V siting members cordially Invited.
RACHEL E. WORSTELL, W. M.
MARY A WARNICK. Secretary.
L 0. 0. Fr Encampment
ttKr Encampment No. 21, I. O. O.
F, aeets every second and fourth
Wednesday In the month in Odd Fel
ilBi' ,alL Visiting patriarchs alwavii
H. E. COOLIDG5, C. P.
V A. WORSTELL, Scribe.
. I. 0. O. Fr-Scberllcate.
I "La Grande Lodge No. 16, meets in
j their hall every Saturday nigbL Via
j iting brothers cordially invited to at-
tend. Cemetery plat may be Sieu at
HUGH McC4LL. N. G
OSCAR COOLIDGE. Secretarj.
W. A. WORSTELL. Fin. Sec
foresters ti 1 Berks.
j Court Maid Marlon No. 22 meets
each Wednesday night In K. of P.
h&lL Brothers are Invited to attend.
BEN HAISTEN. C. K.
LEO HERRING, C. S.
C. J. VANDERPOEL. F. 8.
J . A. F. A A. X.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F.
', A. M., holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
j R. L LINCOLN, W. M.
A. C. WILLI AM3, Secretary.
a sights of Pythias.
Red Cross Lodge No. 27. meets e
ery Monday evening in Castle Hal;
(old Elk's ball). A Pythian welcome
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J. F. BAKER. C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. & S
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Meets every Thursday evening at
IO.O. Y. hall. Visiting members al
ANGUS STEWART, President.
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Secretary.
IV (Kidmen of the World.
1 Grande Lodge No. 169, W. O.
Wn meits every second and fourth
Tuesday evening In K. of P. hall in
the Corpr building. All inking uiein
ers welcome. NERT ACKLES.
J. H. KEi'NEY, Consul Commander.
Crystal Lodge No. 50 meets eery
Tufi'lay evening at the I. O. O. F. fc:;l!
All visiting taeiiibers are invited to
; JENNIE N. SMITH. N. G
: MARTHA E. SCOTT. Secretary.
: B. p. o. t.
La Grande Lodge No. 433, me-f t
J each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock li;
Elk's club, corner Depot street an.'
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
) are cordially Invited to attend.
. H. E. COOLIDGE. Exalted Ruler.
hUGH McCALL, Rec. Sec
For Rapid Delivery Set vice
We are In position to do any
kind of transferring.' Give us a
trial order. Calls answered day
Day, Red 71.
Night, Black 1271.
LADIES AXD OEMS.
You work solicited and satisfaction
Work called for and delivered.
In rear of C. C. Penington & Com
Phones, Pacific States Black 83!.
Iijme Ind. 171.
H. L. WINN.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT AND BEST
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN UNION COUNTY.
AYE HAVE OTHERS BUT WILL ONLY MEN
TION THESE IN THIS AD.
A beautiful Colonial set in Wax Golden Oak, con
sisting set of six fine leather chairs; 60 inch round
pedestal 10 foot extension table; CO inch buffet; serv
ing table, and china closet. The swellest suit ever
shown in Grand Ronde valley. See window display.
Colonial dining room suit, Wax Golden Oak. Very
handsome; veil worth the money. Must be seen to
Leathered Oak Dining Room Suit. Those who
have visited the large cities recently will recognize
this style, with the exception of the price ,which is
much higher than ours.
WE CARRY THE STOCK; ALL GRADES. IF
IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN HOUSE FURNISH
Henry & Carr
WILL BE A
WILLIAM II ALL WILL PROVIDE
BADGES FOR ALL.
Mrs. Ivanhoe Alss Beady t Entertain
at Union Cvnntj Day.
William Hall the Union county rep
resentative on the A-Y-P. grounds,
writes that he is making arrange
ments for a large representaton at
the Seattle fair on Union county day.
July 27. He will have special badges
for all from the good old county, and
will be instrumental In providing en
tertainment. He is anxious to have some good
exhibits of cherries sent and has
turned this proiiosition over to the
Mrs. Ivanhoe, who will be on the
scene that day as Union county's
hostess is also doing all in her power
to entertain the guests when they
A large representation is very desirable.
President Fred Holmes, Director J.
D. McKennon and Secretary J. E.
Reynolds leave tomorrow for Starkey
Praire where they will again open
up negotiations with the owners of
land in the reservoir basin. They
will buy at equitable prices or start
condemnation pioceedings immedi
ately on their return. The trip to
morrow will wind up the purchases
that are to be made.
This was agreed upon at a meet
ing of the directors last evening.
Ice (ream Social.
The "Alerts" of the Island City
Sunday school will give an ice cream
social on Thursday "evening at the
home of Mrs. C H. Bid well. The pro
ceeds will go toward paying for a
new organ for the Island City church.
A very pleasant evening is promised
to all who attend.
FOX TEHKlElt KILLED.
Attempts to Stop Automobile And
Meets Sad Painful Death.
"Buster" Green, the favorite canine
in the F. H. Green family, met a tra
gic death yesterday afternoon, when
it was run over and fatully Injured
by an auto. "Ruster's" pet pastime
i You Need
t A letter to me' stating
your location and needs
will bring you all the in
formation regarding well
R. A. WEST,
I The Well Driller
has always been to stop automobiles,
but like other great things and men
flokll met his Waterloo. The Boh
nenkamp machine struck the fox ter
rier while running across Depot
street yesterday, and the doughty ani
mal died a few hours afterwards.
Official confirmation of the report
that the government is investigating
a large tract of land west of the Uma
tilla river and Bouth of the Colum
bia with a view to establishing anoth
er government project in the west end
of Umatilla county, was had this
morning from A. F. Davis, chief en
gineer of the -reclamation service, and
D. C. Henny, supervising engineer in
the northwest, relates the Pendleton
While passing through the city this
morning on train No. 11 these men
were interviewed by sn East Oregon
ian representative and both admitted
that the government had ordered
tests and a complete Investigation of
the possibilities of the land for a pro
ject They said this was but one of about
a dozen possible projects which the
government had under consideration
in this state and that when, the mon
ey became available the most feasible
one would be selected. Mr. Henny
Intimated that it might be a long time
before there would be any money
BIG BATCH OF MAIL MONDAY
TOTAL OF FIFTEEN T1I0USV.M)
POIWDS 0E DAY.
Kccord Day Last .Monday Since 3Iail
Car Sen Ice Started.
Last Monday established a new
record In quantity of mail sent out
to' Elgin and wallowa county Eince
the advent of the mail service. There
were 69 80-pound bags of papers,
31 bags of letters and 25 registers.
This makes a total of something like
15,000 pounds of mail to be carried
on one train.
The lot filled the mail car and Mes
senger Ballinger was the perspiring
kid on that trip.
Words to Freeae the SoiL
'Tour son has Consumption. His
case is hopeless." These appalKre
words were spoken to Geo. E. Elevens,
a leading -merchant of SprinfiaM, X.
C. by two expert doctors one a lung
specialist Then was shown the won
itsrful nower of Dr. Klns's New
covery. "After three weeks use,
writes Mr. Blevens, "he was as well
as ever. I would not take all the
money In the world for what It did
for my boy." Infalliable for Coughs
and Colds ,its the safest, surest cure
of desperate Lung diseases o n earth.
50c and tl-00. Guarantee satisfaction
Trial bottle fi-M. Now tin irnis t
Large shipment of electric Irons.
Calla at the light office for prices and
At my place near the foov of Mt.
Emily on June 28 a Jersey cow,
branded on the left side but not plain.
Owner can have same by calling and
paying for this add.
M. L. LEADER.
DO YOU KNOW :
FOR CERTAIN? I
that your title is good? J
An abstract will tell you
all about it and it may be t
tc your advantage to have 2
one made. You cannot J
afford to take chances. J
C. L BLACK
Real Estate and Insurance
Ut DEPOT STREET
Euyers will find I have an attractive list to ;
Gomplete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
THE GEORGE PALMER
We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, - Mouldings,
We are prepared to furnish and delher "material
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8.
I THINK THIS OVER!
If you believe in your
town why not make it
worth while to do busi
ness here? : : : :
I ASK E0R LA GRANDE SUGAR I
J. R. OLIVER:
U Grande Nafona Bank Z
JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
Bath Rnoom Fixtures
including Towel Racks, Tooth Brush Holders, Soap
Dishes, . Glass Shelves, Tumbler Holders, Drain
Board Mats, Toilet Paper Holders, Neck Ring
Shower Baths, Enameled Bath Tub Seats, Etc, Etc
We also carry Brass Goods, Fittings, Pipe, Complete
line of Lavatpries, Sinks, Tuhs, Tanks. Four differ
ent styles of toilets. Let us figure with you on your
PLUMBERS AND TINNERS.
211 DEP01 STREEl
The Observer brines its natrons re
sults. That's what you advertise for.
iry lhe Observer and be convinced. -