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EVEXTNQ OBSERVER, LA GRANDE. OUEGOV. WEDNESDAY. XOVKMnFTt It, 10S
llow to Get ritrong.
p. J. Daloy, 'of lt7 W. Conrjress
gt Chicago, tell of a way to become
strong. He My! "My rnother. who la
old nd was very feeble, t deriving to
much benefit from Electric Bitter.
that I fecl 11 ,a mr duty t0 teU thoa
who n" tonic an J rtrnathenln
medicine about It. In my mother's
cane a marked gain in flesh ha re
suited, Insomnia ha been overcome,
and the t ateadlly growing stronger."
Electric Bitter quickly remedy stom
aeh, liver and kidney complaint.
Sold under guarantee at Newlln's drug
N'otlio t Coiiimcd.rM.
Bid will be opened In the parlor
of the Euftern Oregon Trust & Saving
bank at 10 o'clock a. m., November
1. 1908 for the erection and comple
tion of business building for the M.
A M. Co. Plan and specifications for
bn!!T!n jr can be noon at the office, .of
Robert Miller, architect, No. 1107 Ad
am avenue. A good and sufficient
bond will be required for the comple
tion of bulldln-. . The owner reaerv
1 - -fr4&it'$4-4-4-4t-&ll-$-'i
All Sorts of Dolls
; Up-to-date Tail
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BAKER CITY TO IK
t.,J,l v -r r-r-
Ecfl.WELLflINl 8r CO.
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net and Silk - Waists, Infant's
Pop Com Silk Caps, Wool
Shirts and Leggins
The Latest Styles
in o liars and Belts
1 THE VANDUYH CO.
I Somethin g
IN HIGH TOP
I Boy's Shoes
C If P R
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FRATE RNA L O R D El R S
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La Grande Camn No, 770$ meets
every first ana third Monday evenings
at I. O. O. F.,hall. All visiting neigh
bor are cordially Invited to attend.
Relief committee: E. C. Davis,
Charles Disqua, A. J. Warner and D.
E. Cox. , E. C. DAVIS, a .
u. i,. Oujl, Cleric. - '
F. O. Z.
La Grande Aerie No. 159, F. O. E.,
I meeU every Friday night ' In Elk'
hall at 8 p. m. : Visiting brethren In
i Tlted to attend. 7".
D. H. PROCTOR, W. P.
J. h. LEISHMAN, w. a
O. E. 8.
Hope Chapter No. 11, O. E. S., hold
aui-o oommuntca:lon the second and
oi-io iinedavt of each month.
ifiUD, 'emoei cordially. Invited. .
O. FORREST. W. M.
." A. WARNICK, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
Btar Encampment No. tl, L O. O
F meets every second and fourth
Wednesday in tne month In Odd Fel
Sow' hall. Visiting patriarch always
1 u. -
. V w. a. WORSTELL. Scribe.
M. of A.
Heeu flrat and third Thursday eve-
L O. O. F. hall. Visiting member
J. A. ARBCCKLlfi, President
C J. VANDERPOEL, SecreUry.
U Grande Lodge No. w- O.
Aim. &WAM. twntnl
la IT . t un a. k. PArnt
v. jr. nail u . " r
bulldln . 4.V .rtlj msnbi. tel
ome. M. M. MARQUIS,
. R. KEENEY. Consui Commander.
V Hobct tor Kale.
Fresh comb honey, one-poaad eo
Mooa, ta quanUUe to eolt customer.
OSWALD VOLS W INKLE B,
ija"i" sua- ,
Ld Me, Ore.
ES T O N ,
I. O. O. F.
La Grande Lodge No. IS. meets lb
their hall every Saturday night. VI
Itlng brothers cordially Invited to
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen ai
C. H. BLTSTONE. N. O.
D. E. COX SecreUry.
Foresters of America.
Court Maid Marlon No. Z2 meets
each Wednesday night in K. of P. halL
Brothers are invited to attend.
NERI ACKLES. C. R.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, F. S.
Board of Trustees: Dr. O. L. Blg
gers, Oscar Berger and Herbert Pattl
son. A. F. A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. A
A. M., holds regular meeUnga flrat
tnd third Saturdays at 7: JO p. m.
L. H. RUSSELL. W. M.
C. D. HUFFMAN. Secretary.
Knight of Pythias.
Red Crosa Lodge No. 17, meeta
very Monday evening In Caatle Hall,
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome
to aU vlaltlng knights.
J. F. BAKER. C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. 8.
It. O. T. M.
Hive No. 17. L. O. T. M.. meet
every first and third Thursday of each
moath at 1 o'clock In the afternoon.
Visiting member made welcome.
SADIE KLTNTWORTH, L. C.
MRS. EVA MINTTRE, K. of R-
CryataJ Lodge No. BO. eta every
Tueaday evening at the L O. O. F.
halL' All vtoltin member ar -Invited
" HaCMEL . VOS3TE2- -
TILLIE COX. SecreUry.
B. P. O. E.
L. Grande Lodge No. 4JJ. meeU
ah Thursday evening at t o'clock In
Elk elub. corner Depot atreet and
Washington avenue. VUKlng brother,
are cordially tavtted to attend.
C S. DUNN. Exalted RuUr.
O E. MCCLLT Reo. .
Irifr Attont1aiMe EiecteI Eroi
I'nlon County, When EaMtom Ore
gon Tmcliera' AHMM'btth MetHa In
Baker City Long lrogram Pro
Baker City, Nov. 11. The Herald
said last night:
'. With the bollef that nothing ia too
good for the women and men who de
vote their lives to teaching the young
of the state of Oregon. Baker-City Is
going to try and oudto all former ef
forts In the way of entertainment when
the State Teacher asxoclatlon meets
here November 23, 24 and ti.
Besides the regular program, which
Is filled with the best possible to ob
tain In the way of lectures, munic, etc.,
there will be a football game between
Salem and Baker high schools, which
promises' to be one of the exciting
games of the year.
The sessions of the association will
be held In the Pythian castle on Wash
ington and Second street The O. R.
A N. railroad has given an excursion
rate for the Baker meeting and Coun
ty Superintendent Smith states that
In his opinion there will be at least 400
Already preparations are on foot In
La Grande and all Union county, in
fact, for general attendance at these
meetings. The event is one annually
attended by as many teachers as pos
sible. As yet no definite statement
can be made relative to the nun ber to
go from this county, but It will reach
50 at least, 1 the common belief.
NOT YET DECIDED THAT
; HE WnJi PLEAD Gl ILTY
The Question as to Whether or Not
UU Relative Will Make Vp the
Losses to tho Depositors, Will Han
on tho Matter of Mitigating HI
fcoiitewo In Cukc He Should Enter
a Plea and 'Throw Hlnwelf on the
Mercy of Uie Court.
' Mr. McMahan, J. W. Sctiber's attor
ney, said this jnornlng that In all
probability Scrlber's friends and rela
tives would make an effort In the near
future to make food the banker's
Shortage, which has been estimated at
$125,000. If this is to be done it will
be with the hopes of mitigating sen
tence of the court in even that Scrt
ber decides to plead guilty to the
charge. Mr.. McMahan, who is acting
aa Scrlber'a attorney, said that as yet
It has not been decided whether Scrl
ber will plead guilty and ask for
clemency or fight the case which the
government is to prosecute.
Scrlbar will remain In Portland un
til he is wanted In La Grande to as
sist those in charge of the bank's af
fairs In straightening out the situation
Mr. McMahan said that the reports
of threats to lynch the . banker were
without foundation and that Scrlber
would return to his home town at the
proper time. The attorney also said
that Scrlber's friends and relativea had
no fear 'of his committing suicide.
Yoiy attention Is directed to an ar
ticje printed on page 4, headed, "More
About the 500 Club," w'hlch will be
to your Interest to read, if you . are
thinking of placing a piano In your
home now, or any time during the next
three or four years. The Davis Mu
sic company are local agents for the
Ellers' line of Instrument.' and are
well supplied with the booklet 'and
also the pianos, a full car having ar
rived a few day ago. Surely, an op
portunity of this character will not be
open but a short time, Judging from
the inquiries received and the num
ber of people who visit the store dally,
inspecting- these piano with a view to
purchasing In the very near future.
Wau l) the Dale.
Help the boy along with the Stage
Hands' show. There will be tome
thing new every minute. Watch the
ads In The Observer for detail. All
happens on November 17.
4 Edison Plionojrraphs and Reo
ords at NEWLIX BOOK & STA-
Oyster Cocktails at Selder'a.
The Selder'a candy store will el
oyster cocktaila from now on.
SAY, Mr. MAN! f
IVe put iust j little pol
ish on your shirts and
collars. They do rcsc
7RYUS THIS MONTH
I Pacific States Phone
I frftrc'iiit Phone i2ii I
All kinds of. Cement and
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WWI1.U IIIW ' ULUVItl
No contract too large or
too small .
Satisfaction Guaranteed I
t. L. ROBERTS
, ..PHONE BLACK 682
I ROYAL BAKERY
H. R0ESCH, Prop.
We call special attention to
Roy a I
EVERY LOAF HAS OUR
Let us do your holiday
X cooking. No more expen-
X siveann not half the worvy
ONLY THE BEST OF MAT
! ERIAL USED
t HII LI-J. ' Clu. III.
J till JMffUA f-4if . IJJC
Royal Bakery wagon or
j How To
A bin full of flour and a shed full of
first-class dry chain wood is enough to
make ANY man happy. Now the way to
fill the bin is to phone V. E. BEAN
to first fill the shed, which be done for
just half the cost of other fuel This
would leave you plenty for the flour, 'and
some to help buy beefsteak "and clothes
as well. : '
The Cheapest Fuel on the Market :
Biggest load of Wood for least Money ;
I V, Ei
The Way You
Cheapest In the City, Good
Meals Made Where you can
See It Done
EAST STYLE LUNCH ROOM
: House Cleaning
5 BY MACHINERY I
No dust; no worry, you
I show us the room we do
the rest. No more expen
I she than the olb way but
Phone your orders to
I Phone - Red 1752
Excelelnt Heann Advlue.
Mrs. M. M. Davtaon of No. 17 Glf
ford Ave., San Jose, CaL, aays: The
worth of Electric Bitter aa a general
family remedy, for headache, blltou
ne and torpor of the liver and bow
el 1 so pronounced that I am
prompted to say a word In It favor,
for the benefit of thoee seeking relief
from auea afflict lone. There la more
health for the digestive organia In a
bottle of Electric Bitters than in any
other medy I know of." Bold under
guarantee at Newlin'e drug atore. SOc.
Cured Hay 2-ever and Summer Cola
A. J. Nabaum. Betevll!, Ind.,
writes: "Last year I auffered for three
month with a summer cold ao dis
tressing that It Interfered with my
business. Z had many of the aymp
torn of hay' fever, and a doctor's pre
scription did not reach my case, and
I took several medicines which seem
ed to -only aggravate my case. For
tunately X Insisted upon having Fo
ley's Heney and Tar and It quickly
Be Happy I
B E AN !
Vant it done
cured me. My wife ha tnce4 used
I Foley' Honey and Tar with tha aanw
.uccess." A. T. Hill, druggist
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I TIME AND CASH
Saved by my Method of
No Nl Used i:
Gasoline Engine Saves
you much time and mon-
ey. Instruction in Gaso- f
line Engineering .
Call or Write
The Well Driller
Room and Board.
Beginning November 1, a limited
number of roomer and boarders wilt
be aceepted at the StulU boardingr
house, corner Sixth and Spring ars
MRS. LAURA 8TULTS.
The November "American"