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KTZMXO UtfifeCBTEB, li URAXDE, 9B305.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1909.
Owing to delayed shipments of goods, we cannot open our store on Adams avenue, 13o6, as promised in
our former announcement. Watch the papers for the postponement opening date.
Isthe name of the new up-to-date store with up-to-date prices that will sell crockeries, groceries, enameled
and tinware, underwear and blankets, notions, toys and holiday goods.
"Western Store With Eastern Prices"
Pass the word to your relatives and friends to come now.
LOW COLONIST RATES
To Oregon will prevail from the East September 15 to October 15,
via the .
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
and Southern Pacific
(LINES IN OREGON)
From Chicago $33.00
' From St. Louis 32.00
From Omaha 25.00
From St. Paul . 25.00
From Kansas City 25.00
Deposit the amount of the fare with the nearest O. It. & N. or
Agent and ticket will be delivered In the East without Extr
cost. Send us the name and address of any one interested in the
State for Oregon literature. W.W. McMl'RRAY, General Passenger
Agent, PORTLAND, ORE.
La Grande, Oregon. By D. E. COX,
Recorder of the City of La Grande.
For this occasion the O. R. & X. will
sell round trip tickets from La Grande
to Pendleton at rate of $2.95. Dates
j of sale, September 26th to October
2nd inclusive. Final limit October 4th.
L.A GRANDE, ORE.
h. Y. A.
La Grande Camp No. 7703 meets
1st & 2nd Monday each month at I. 0.
O. F. hall. All visiting neighbors are
cordially invited to attend.
M. McMURRAY, C.
CAL JORDAN Clerk.
Foresters of America.
Court Maid Marion No. 22 meets
each Wednesday night in K. of P,.
I hall, llrothers are invited to attend.
! BEN IIAISTEN, C. II.
' LEO HERRING, C. S.
' C. J. VANDERPOEL, F. S.
A. F. X A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A.
F. O. E.
Tji r.rnnde Aerie No. 259. F. O. E..
meets every Friday night in Elk's hall A- M- Llu9 regular meetings first and
Visiting brethren invited tmri1 faturaays at p. m.
R. L. LINCOLN, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary,
hnhrlits of Pythias.
"oTeT! ' " 1,l1 Cr83 Lodge No. 27, meets ev-
llope Chapter No! 13, O. E. S., hold lrv Monday evening in Castle hall,
stated communications the second and w ,:ik'8 ) A py,hlau welcome
fourth Vf,lmlnv nf fnrh month. I ' " '""-"b "'b1'"1
The arrival of 18 new football suits
will prove a decided stimulus to foot
ball enthusiasm at the high school to
day. The new shipment of moleskinC
arrived at Van Buren's last evening,
and will be taken to the school by
Manager Ingles today.
The new outfits make it possible for
over 30 players to be on the field in
full uniform. In addition to the suits
already on hand the new consignment
will add 18 pairs of pants with jerseys,
and a number of nose guards and pairs
of shoes. The suits are padded in
regular style and are the Bame as
those already in possession of the
players. The goods came from the
The football season will be ushered
in by a game with Union at Union,
October 2. The game scheduled with
the Enterprise team for next Saturday
has been called off for the present
time with a hope of arranging a date
on Wallowa Day.
The date for the game with the En
terprise team is causing considerable
anxiety in football and fair circles.
The problem of avoiding a conflict may
be solved if the school authorities can
be prevailed upon to allow the stu
dents an hour from studies Just be
fore noon, so the game can be played
Immediately after the arrival of the
special train. The special will arrive
about 10:30 and the game could be
c alled at 11. The manager and coach
of the football team do not desire to
Interfere with the fair and the fair
committee is anxious to co-operate
with the football Interests as the game
will bring many additional people
from Wallowa county.
Itazaar Dates Set.
The Harvest Eazaar to be given by
the Riverside Park association will be
held In the auditorium of the Elks'
hall, October 14-15-16.
LOST ConkMn Fountain per, cap
burned, scratched and expanded
near end; stub point; self-filler. Re
ward for return to Observer office.
at 8 p. m
C. E. I1ACKMAN, W. P,
GEO. A1JEGQ, V. S.
Visiting members cordially invited.
RACHEL E. WORSTELL. W. M.
MARY A. WARNICK, Secretary.
1. U. O. F. KiH-ainpincnt.
Star Encampment No. 31, I. O. O.
P., meets every second nnd fourth
Wednesday In the month In Odd Fel
lows' hall. Visiting patriarchs always
11. E. COOLIDGE, C. P.
W. A. WORSTELL, Scrlte.
Kotlce to Fatrons.
Subscribers not receiving their pa
pers regularly or If it Is not delivered
as it should be, will confer a great fa
vor by notifying the ofllce. Unless you
do so we have no knowledge but what
the delivery service is satisfactory.
The time of the year Is now here when
proper delivery Is essential. No sub
scriber wants to dry out their paper,
neither do we want them to. If the
paper is delivered properly it Is not
M. H. of A.
Meets every Thursday evening tt
I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members al
ANGUS STEWART, President.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary.)
Woodmen of The World. j
La Grande Lodge No. 169, W. 0. j
-W., meets every second and fourth!
Tuesday evening in K. of P. hall In 1
the Corpe building. All visiting mem
JJERI ACKLES, Consul Commander. ;
J. II. KEEXEY. Clerk. , f
I. 0. 0. V. VubordinYte. '
La Grande Lodge No. 16, meets in i
I their hall every Saturday night. VIsl- j i
: ting brothers cordially invited to at-1
'' tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
the Model restaurant. j
GEORGE GROUT, N. G.
I. R. SNOOK. Rec. Secy.
W. A. WORSTELL, Fin. Secy.
J. F. BAKER, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN. K. of R. & S.
' ' " HE HE K A IIS.""
Crystal Lodge No. 50 meets every
Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall.
All visiting members are Invited to
MRS. TILLIE COX, N. C.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, SECY.
D. r. 0. E.
La Grande Lodge No. 433, meets
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In
Elk's club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
II. E. COOLIDGE, Exalted Ruler.
HUGH McCALL, Rec. Secy.
The Little Shop
Stamping of all kinds, lnclud
in shirt waists ft Center pieces,
done, embroidery lessons given.
Orders taken and lessons given
In strnclllng. Full line ot em- I
N broidery materials. 5
Notice of Street Improvement
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that In pur
suance of a resolution adopted by tht
Common Council of the City of La
Grande, Oregon, on the 5th day of
August, 1909, creating improvement
District No. 2, and designating Third
street, as such district, and in pursu
ance of a resolution adopted by said
Common Council on the 1st day of ,
September, 1909, whereby said Coun
cil determined and declared its inten
tion to improve all that portion at
Third street, in said improvement dis
trict as hereinafter described, by
building a 5-foot board sidewalk theri-
on, the Council will, ten days after
the service of this notice upon the
owners of the property affected and
benefited by such Improvement, or
der that said above described Im
provement be made; that the bouod
rles of said district to be so Improved
are as follows: All the west side r.f
Third street, from the north side of
"C" avenue, to the south side of "K"
avenue. Notice Is hereby further gi
ven that the Council will levy a spe
cial assessment on all the property
affected and benefited by such im
provement That the estimated cost
of such improvement Is the sum ot
$882.85. That the Council will on the
27 day ot September, 1909, meet at the
Council chamber at the hour of 8
o'clock p. m. to consider said estimat
ed cost, and the levy of said assess
ment, when a hearing will be granted
to any person feeling aggrieved by
La Grande, Oregon, September 16,
List of letters remaining uncalled
for In this office for the week ending
September 17, 1909.
Mrs. Gussle Block.
Miss Florence Henry.
Mrs. Michael Knoche.
Miss Edith Templeton.
Miss Maggie TIpman.
Mr. L. G. Brown.
Mr. D. M. Dustin.
J. N. Morgan.
Mr. II. L. Roswell.
Mr. Jack Sutphin.
Mr. F. L. Timmer.
Mr. J. E. Wright.
111G Jefferson avenue.
These letters will be sent to the
Dead Letter Office on October 1st,
1909, if not called for.
G. M. RICHEY, P. M.
Per A. S.
The Sum Total of Human
Is attained by the man who selects a place which Is annrnvui w v;
..u3 ant adaptable for his entire family. 10 live amidBt such condi
tions approximates about the keenest Joy Imaginable. "Where are
such conditions to be found In the rapidly growing NorthweBt? Ill
you. Go to C. J. BLACK. He has a large amount of property listed to
chose from. Fruit Farms, Stock Fa rms. Sugar Beet Farms, City
Property, Grain Farms, Hay Farms, Timber Lands. With or With
out improvements. Prices right Let me show you.
C. 1. BLACK, The Real tstate Van
Gomplete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
resetting and repairing
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Propretor
Gjmptete Machine Shops and Foundry n
SHE'S A QCEEX1 SHE'S A SIREN! 1
ST. LOOS $32.00
ST. PAUL $25.00
Corresponding rates from all
points east of these termin
al points to all stations.
TICKETS will be delivered to
any address by mail or wire on
amount being deposited. If un
used refund made In full.
G. M. JACKSON, J. S. CARTER
T. P. A. Gen. Agt.
14 Wall St.. Spokane.
ts an expreson that la always heard at sight of a
well deve ,d woman. Tf you are flat-chested,
vlth bl undeveloped, a srawny neck, thin, lead
arm remark will never be applied to you.
"SIP . ' wafers will make you beautiful. -,wuch-Int,
They DEVELOP THE BUST' In a week from
3 to t Inches and produce a fine, firm, voluprious
bosom. They fili out the hollow places, make the
vrms nauasome ana wen moaeiea tma tho n
and shoulders shapely and of perfect contour.
Send for a bottle today and you'll be n'eased nni JI7III7.T
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REN wafers are absolutely harmless, pleasant to take, and convenient
to carry around. They are sold under sruarantea to . '. .
or MONET BACK. - m
Price $1.00 per bottle. Inquire at good drug stores or-send Dl
RECT TO U3. Ul
FREE. During the next 30 dayj only we will send you a am
pie bottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of 10c to pay cost of
packlng and postage If you mention that, you saw tne advertlseme-t In
this paper. The nample alone may be sufficient if 'he defects" are
wirsir a rsnnmr ruviirr. --
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For $3.50 We Can "Wash Your I
Back" for Ever with one of our i
AN11TAX TOILET BRUSHES
The latest thing out in the brush 2
line. We are sole agents for this :
territory. Call and let us show you. I
BAY & ZWEIFEL
PLUMBERS AND TINNERS.
211 DEP0) STREET
E-BU-8A THE ONLY LAWFUL PILE CUBE.
Becauia It doe not contain narcotlca, mercury, cocaine. lead or any
poiaonoua drugs. Became E-RU-8A cures piles. U. a Dispensatory
recommends every Ingredient ot E-EU-SA. Drug law make -fatoo or
misleading itatementa" a crime. Therefore the sale of all old or nar
cotic pile medicines is Illegal because they effect the brain and spinal
jaarrow; produce constipation and never cure. Only druixlsta ot
highest standing sell and endorse EBU-8JL
SILTEBTHOIWS FAMlf.I DFC ORE.
The Common Council of the City of