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' '...v ' OF THE
jl FRATE1R N AL ORDE RS
' LA GRANDE, ORE.
1M Mcom-Mme Cmmw
$ Tne Largest Realty Operators on the Pacific Coast
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??", Graada camp No, 7703 meets
tvJ Monday each month at I. Q. O.
F.XLtlL All visiting neighbors are
cordially Invited to attend.
' k FRED B. CURRET. C
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J&pe Chapter ' Na 13, 0. BL 8
-bold stated commonlcatlona the sec
ond -and fourth Wednesdays of
each '.month. Visiting members cor
dially rarited. ?
'i ; 'Pauline Lederlee. W. M.
;j&Mary B. Warnlcky Secretary,
4': I v 0 FEaeampa.onL
Etai Encampment No. M, L 0. 0
V mjeta every second and fourth
Wdnosday to. the month la Odd Fel
lows hall. Vlsitiag patriarch always
IL B. COOLIDGB. G. P.
: t W. A. WORSTELL, Scribe.
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U Grande Ledge Na 119. W. a
W. meets etery second and toarth
Tuesday aremlns la K. of P. ten ta
, we uorpe ouuaiai si rmaaaa
NZ-RX ACKLE3. Ood Commander
s . '") J. H. KBXNST, Clerk.
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'La tyande Lodes Na 16, meets 1
their hall every Saturday night.' Visi
ting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. f Cemetery plat mar be seen si
- ' V OEORQB GROUT. N. O
' f. ft, 8N00K. Bee. Beey.
: W. A. WORSTELL. Fto ee.
EGGS A-PLENTT If you give your hens the right sort of feed.
We have good wheats, oats, alfalfa meL flax seed meaL POETRY
TONIC, EGG PRODUCER, OYSTER SHELL, GRANULATED BONE
Waters-Stanchf ield Produce Co.
FLOUR, FEED, WOOD 3
141o Adams Ave. . - ...
PHONES: Black Uti nrfependenf !
G. E. Tungsten Lamps Make
tlectrk Light Much Cheaper
They have two and a half times the efficiency of the or
dkary carbon lamp hither to in general use, The ffl
ment Is made of a rare m tal called Tungsten, which
yen an Intense brilliancy at a low cost In ehape and
slse the bnlb Is Jnt like any eCier laeandeecent lamp.
Why not tt a Tungsten lamp for jour self I Get one of the
40.ff.tt and nse It some where In your house In piece
It one ef jour carbon lamps. Then ebserre the great diff
erence, Note the dear white light exactly twice as bril.
Hant and costing jon ene fifth less f or eleetrleltj. Gen
crai aleetrle Tungsten lamps are destine to displace all
ethers, for both store and house lighting.
find Power Company
Foresters of America.
Court Maid barton No. 22 . owti
Wh Wednesday night In " K. of P
nail. Ero there are Invited to attend.
BEN HAISTEt. C 1
LEO HERRING. C S.
(1 l, VANDEBPOELv T.9
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La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. f . I
K. M., holds regular meetings first an
third Saturdays at 7:30 , to,
JNO. 8. HODGIN, W. M
A. CWTLUAM3, SecreUry.
Red Cross Lodge Na 17, meet-
ery Monday evening ta Castle hall
(old Elk's hall). A Pythian welconv
to all Tlstting knlghta.
J. F. BAKES, C C
R. U LINCOLN. K, of R. 8.
each Thursday evening at t o'clock it
EJh's club, corner Depot street ant
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
H. B. COOLIDGK, Exalted Ruler.
, HUGH McCALL, Rec Bc
Crystal Lodge Na M meets every
Tuesday evening la the L O. O. P.
HalL All vUlting members are U
yited 'to 'attend.' ' V''.
Mrs. Cora FlUgerald, N. O.
Hits Susan ilcriroy, Secretary
i!hr. Joe T. Richardson, of L Grande, 7ho hao gone to
Portland and has been over Wellington, wires:
i 4?L J. Hayes, Reld Manager, Jacobo-Stine Co. ,
La Grahac, Oregon,
'Wellington is all right'
J. T. Richardson."
28 LOTS SOLD SINCE SATURDAY MORNING
i Door South Observer i 6th St. La Grande
PHOUE MMtl 13. Open Day and Evenings
Via be sold ib convenient steed
tracts by apple company
Purchases in volvlng an expendi
ture cf $75,00 were consumated on
Satonday at Njeaa when Ray W. Lo
gan of the Logan-Sherwood Realty
Company, holding the power and of-
floe C secretary xaA Howard Davis,
the president of the Malheur Red
Apple Company, doted a deal taking
over 960 acres of Irrigated and im
proved land to be reparceled and
sold In .convenient tracts. Davis is
of Portland and is here today.
The Malheur Red Apple Company
already owns considerable land in the
vicinity of Nyssa, and the acquire
ment only adds to the 'Company's
holdings. The land is located two
miles from Nyssa, and of the total
acreage, 120 is already set to orch
ards. The balance Is growing alfalfa
FOR COUNTY OPTION
W. J. Bryan tales decided stand on
the temperance question
William J, Bryan has come out for
county option in Nebraska. He takes
steps in advance of this and declare i
Democracy must divorce itself from
the liquor Interests because an alli
ance with the saloon can generally
be regarded as an alliance with vice.
The saloon he says Is constantly us
ed to debauch politics and to pre
vent the Intelligent consideration of
public questions. The liquor . inter-
eBts, he declared, ; made themselves
odious at the last session of the Ne
braska legislature by preventing th
submission of the initiative and ref
Mr. Bryan's pronouncement will ap
pear as an editorial In the forth
coming issue of the Commoner un
der the heading "The Liquor Ques-
tin Ion Nebraska."
.' . Cupid Overworked Today.
'Cupid In the .person of tired let
ter carriers "wearing the -uniform ' of
Uncle Sam was very , .busy today;
Despite the burning of a big Mas
sachusetts valentine factory, where
Cupid had his headquarters, there
was no apparent, lack of amatory
messages. . ' !
All 'over the ltles the uniformed
Tepresentatives -of Cupid tooted their
-whistles without discrimination at
ithe. doors of palace and "hovel, bear
3ng missives which have been quite
the same since the time when they
were -crudely carved on .rocks to
now, where men are lords of lan
guage. Tor it "was the 'flay sacred Ao god
St Valentine, a nery generic name,
Indeed, -alnce there were "62 'tf him,
and in no instance is anything men
tioned in the lives of the setimable
personages to suggest that airy one
was the particular patron of ihose
who loved one another, and were
therefore full of happiness and joy.
So .-as to the SU Valentine, who is
really responsible for an the 'deli
cious heart flutteringa of February
14th rday, there is much of doubt.
SIDNEY COXING VAPIDLY.
Taxes feeing paid with rapidity aid
at an early date.
Considerably earlier than last year
the ta$ money of Union county is
coming is to the tax collecting de
partment. Over tl5,000 have already
been paid tn to the exchequer and as
there are no indications of a let-up
it is apparent that a considerable
majority of the taxpayers are going
to avail themselves of ' the rebate
privileges by paying all their taxes
In the first period. '
COMPLETE ARTESIAN WELL
Sink artesian , well to ene thousand
feet near AliceL
The Grande Ronde Artesian Well
Company directors met Saturday and
made arrangements to finish the well
on the P. A. McDonald place west
of Alicel to the depth of 1000 fete,
if they can make a satisfactory ag
reement with the drillers to do the
work. This project will be commenc
fd as soon as the necessary arrange
ment can be made. ,
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Slatlnee every afternoon at
1:30." . .
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Doors ones f 'clock at sight
Admission 10c to an
The Christian Martyrs
. ' Drama ,
Sandy th Poacher Drama
The old maid and the bur-glar-i-Comedy
The .Electric Insoles Com
edy : ,
Song "111 Awfully Strong
Notice of Street Improvement
To whom It may concern: No
tice is hereby given that In pursu
ance of a resolution adopted by the
Common Councl of the City of La
Grande, Oregon, on the 5th day of
August, 1909, creating Improvement
District Na 6, and designating De
pot Street as such district, and In
pursuance to a resoultion adopted by
said Common Council on the 2d day
of February, 1910, whereby said
Council determined and declared its
Intention to Improve all that por
tion of Depot Street, In said improve
ment district as hereinafter describ
ed, by laying thereon hard surface
pavement, the Council will, ten days
after the service of this notice upon
the owners of the property affected
and benefited by such improvement,
order that said above described im
provement be made; that the boun
drles of said district to be so im
proved are as follows: All that por
tion of Depot Street, from the east
curb line of 'fourth street to thj
east side of Jefferson avenue. No
tice is hereby further given that the
Council win levy a special assess
ment on all the property affected
and benefited by tinea Improvement
'or the purpose of paying for such
Improvement. That athe . estimated
cost of such improvement la the sum
of 116.724.68. That the SonaU will
iv. mrtm jt- . n.v.-yi 1 Q1 A .
uu ; ui0 u uo7 v- couruar,'
maor ar tha finnnofT rhimiu mf i3M
hour of 8 o'clock p, nt to consider"
said estimated cost, and the levy of
said assessment, when a hearing
will be granted to any person feel
lng aggrieved by such assessment.
La Grande, Oregon. Feb. 1910. By
order of the Common Council of the
City of La Grande. ;
D. XL COX. '
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Our reiruUi 25e per pound lines
our 4Kh make, ausolulrl; twrr,
we ku )v It and vtslt te eur
manufacturing department will
convince jon. OLR KUG&EIS
are trra.n if," the flavors ire,
Slrawhsrry, chocolatv and Vs.
nllla. -t . -X
Ta'fn In four flavors.
NEW WRINKLE Trj Ibis
Grande' Exclusive Can
dy Manufacturer y