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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
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BETTER THAN EVER
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We can serve you better than ever before; better good
larger assortment, more novelties; and in spite of the
rising maiket at practically the same prices that pre
vailed last year.
Women's. Misses' and Children's new fall coats and skirts.
New patterns almost daily.
The widespread interest manifested in our G6 Fall Garments is due to the att-active-ness
and authoritative character of the styles and the extraordinary values at
popular prices j
For Women', New Fall Coats in soft
plaids, charming greys and browns
and the like. Some of the most clever
models of the eariy season. Every
garment beautifully tailored and cor
rect in fit and style.
M.sses'Naw Fail Coat, ,n all the! t CHILDREN'S COATS
popular styles and colors. At these! In bearskin, astrakhan, crushed vel
prices we are showing many styles ! vet, and Cloth in white, blue, red and
made by men tailors in the bast possi- brown, the most beautiful line we have
ble manner. ever shown.
MIL LINE R Y "
We have established a separate department for this line and, having secured th6 ser
vices of a milliner who has had several years' experience in San Francisco and other
large cities, we feel confident that we are as well prepared to take care of the ladies'
wants in this line as any house in the city.
All the latest novelties in pattern, trimmed and street
hats. Come In and look them over whether you
- want to buy or not - ALWAYS WELCOME
MEM'S YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING
$7.50, $10.00 $12.50
The latest and best
Worsteds and Clays
wear or dress.
for every day
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00
Many new and nobby things in this
line, good material and nicely tailored.
$2.25, $2.75, $5.00
Everything from the good strong
ones to the dressy Buster Browns and
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Office ia La Grande National Bank Building
MRS. VEST IMSANE
Mrs. Cora Vest was adjudged insane
this morning by County Judge Henry and
will ba committed to the asylum as soon
as possible. While she is not ferocious,
she has lost all her faculties. During the
approach of insanity shs was frequently
seen at the depot and invariably her
little fivt-yeaigj dujh'jr was the
obje;t of much comment .because of the
extreme beauty the little tot possesses.
The maniac imagines that someone is
going to take the little child from her.
When Mrs. Vest is incarcerated the little
girl will be dared for by relatives of the
J. J. Miller of Union was a county
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCrary left this
morning for Baker City to visit fr iends.
Rev. B. F. Meredith returned to Elgin
this morning and will remain there over
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Aikine leave in the
morning for Jackson Michigan to visit Mr.
Hikine.s mother who is seriosuly ill.
S. R. Haworth has returned from Wal
lowa county where he has a contract for
a large stone building.
Miss Elizabeth Fowler left yesterday
for La Grande Ore., where she will spend
the winter. Walla Walla Union.
A. R. Huffman and Joe Martin of Jos
eph transacted business in the city last
M. E. Imhaus of Baker City is in the
city and contemplates a trip to his mining
interests up the river.
Mesdames R. E. McDowell and J. W.
Hampson of Telocaset visited in the city
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Small and daugh-
tor nazal returned to Batter Oity
this morning after attending the funeral
of Miss Bessie Henry.
H. C. Davis, the Flora photographer
visited, in the city last evening and went
to Imbler this morning where he will
transact business for a few days.
Dr. G. W. Biggers the pioneer phy
sician of La Grande is in the city this
week on a business trip. He may possi
bly locate in Pendleton for his heallu, on
account of the mild climate here. Dr.
Biggers has practiced in Union and Baker
counties for over thirty years, but has now
retired. Pendleton E. O.
O. E. Grider, brother of Mrs. Mollie
Buck and W. T. Grider left on the morn
ing train for the east, He will stop at
Denver and many other points, visiting
relatives, then ho will go on to '' Colwell'
Kansas to visit his parent's whom he has
not seen in sixteen years and he expects
to return to La Grande about the first of
H. H. Staniels, has purchased Mr.
Jarman's inteist in the paint and paper
hanging business of Staniel and Jarman
and will continue the business. Mr.
Staniels will personally conduct the
business and he has had years of practic
al experience he is in position to turn out
strictly high grade work As a sampl e
of his work he invites inspection of the
work he has just completed for engineer
It it time to think about heating stoves. . I have a nice
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line tgejctrfrom, all sizes and prices. If you
thinking of getting a stove can ana examine inem,
I am sure you will find one that will suit you.
magazine coal heater is a wonder, it is wonderful
it will save coal. Try and you will be convinced.
Hardware and crockery, '
AS FILL Or GOODNESS
AS AM EGG IS OF MEAT
i n c i'jc we nauiuuau i uo. .uu
12Vc- cigar is always a winner
when quality is at steak. They
afford the best and sweetest smoke
to be had anywhere. There may
be better cigars but so far no one
has been able to Iscate them. -
C. E. HACKMAIM,
Phone Red 1381
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood
TO 1 AKt LP CHARCE
F. M. Jasper who was granted an ex
horter's license last week by the presid
ing elder of the M. E. Church will leave
Monday for Long Valley to accept a
regular charge. Mr. Jasper is a man of
ability and will doubtless make a success
of his new calling.
: H. A. Staniels :
WE CAN REPAIR YOUR WATCM
The La Grande lodge of B. P. O. F.
number 433 last evening initiated several
candidates and enjoyed themselves with a
spread that only Elks can prepare.
Those who were initiated are Howard
Campbell of Wallowa county. G. Young
and J. M. Allton of Hot Lake and Charles
Weitsell of this city. Those who attend
ed from out the city were: Dr. Phy of
Hot Lake, Chas. Halgarth W. E. Zelle,
John Goff, Mike Nelson Dr. Whiting of
The lodge has decided, commencing
with a week from Saturday night to give
a weekly social to lodge members, their i
families and sweethearts.
The average young woman of today is
busy. Beauty is only another name for
health, and it comes to 99 out of every
100 who tike Hollister's Rocky Mountain1
Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Newjiq
Drug Co. I ' ('
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Many per.pie have tiouble in getting their w atari to
rjr aid kaep good time. Our wide experiance has
g.ven ui taa Practical. Tneoreticai, and Sc .ert.fic
know'.eje wtveh enables us to do the best ju t.'iat
wui give t;:e dusired result namely; : ;-: :
ACCURATE TIME KEEPING
It is also imposs.bie 13 detest the joint where we solder R-.att Specks
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
O. M. H E ACOCK y
J THE NEW JEWLER AND OPTICIAN !! I
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There is no question but that the public
school library fund will ba greitly in
creased. Last night the Pixies given by
the school children under the direction of
W. A. Milne, packed the opera house for
a two hours entertainment that was thuro-
ly enjoyed by all. Think of it, over two
hundred of our own Kirls and boys prettily
dressed, many in customs, on the stage at
once. In choruses, solos, and drills, the
execution of which was simply amazing
when it is considered the short duration
S'nce its conception.
Favorable comment is heard by all who
attended and as there will'ba two more
performances, tomorrow evening and the
matinee tomorrow afternoon, there will
be verv few in the city who will not at
tend. It i,-, .. j .
nuLs aermnsimion is any
criterion those des ring good ats will
apply early. Each and every one did
cred t to the parts assignedand a vort'.y
or special mention.
BISHOP SCADDINO COMINO HIRE
oisnop bcadding. the newly elected
head of the Orejon Episcopal ch'irch, will
oe in La oranda on Nov. 1 2. Rev. Upton
M.umos. rector of St. Peter's .church
stated this morning that the bishop will
aeuver one address in La Grande and1
also stated that he is planning for an in
forrra! reception at wnich frends of the
church and those who desire, can person
ally meet the new bishop.
Bishop Scadd ng is making a tour of
tasiern uregon and will come here from
renaieion. and continue his trip to Baker
u.tyt-rf iM , iflrfpxceptional abilities
and this opportunity to hlaTTrJnxliciuld
noi oe neglected by anyone. Mrs. Sea
aing will accompany him. f
Mrs. Clara H- Waldo will be present
with the Blue Mountain Grange, at
Grange hall next Saturday. In the fore
noon she will inspect the w rk and in the
afternoon there will be an optm meeting
to which the" general pub'ic is invited
and Mrs. Waldo will deliver an address.
durtppa News Association)
Scottsville. Na. Nov. 2
Kocsevelt. Dr. Bixhy and othtrs are out
again turkey hunting today. Mrs. Koose-
ve't is living in true country fashion at
OYSTERS ARE NOW IN SEASON
for fair now and we are ready for you nJwi
Never have we seen finer . than we a!r6
now offering. Larj,e. fat and juicy with
a delicious flavor that will make you walnt
WE ARE READY
to serve mem any you HKe, raw,
' 6tewed. broiled, roasted. AT.iichsva
P.isident taK9 "0U wl" nnd delicious. ; You car)
have them at any time. After the show,
before the show or during tha show. Fir
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unmet, iui iuiiuii or lor oreaiUASl u yo
say u. wme m ana open tne .season. I J
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Gymnastics alone can never give th.it
e'asticity, ease and graceful figure which
comes by taking Hollister's Rocky Mount-
in Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.
Newlin Drug Company.
The Model KestaurAnf-
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GEO. T. PARR,
C. B. SIMMONS. President
Sec y and Mgr.
PHONE MAIN 31
Dealers in Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruits. Hay, Potatoes and Grain ::: Apples a Specialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now
Jefferson Ave. and Greenwood St.
La Grande, Oregon
The Ladies Guild of St Peter's church
ui give meir annual dinner and bazar
on or about Nov. 24. Full particulars
SEEING IS BELIEVING
is a proverb especially true of our
business. If we examine your eyes
and Ft you with glasses you must
believe in us. For you will see
better than ycu ever did with
those, old window glass spectacles
to aid the sight can be found here.
And vou know or have heard 'of
our moderate charge method.
J. H. PEARE. Jcler and Optician
win m published later.
, free M MM