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Attofney 1. J hlter of Pendleton,
I in nltend'tneo nt Ireiilt court today.
T. MflJ'i1"'"' ,n(k Wallow u bunk
,.r, Is hi the city today.
One week fi'1"'1 tomorrow the Klks
luive arranged tit Viave a social nlaht.
J U Overln( ihe Klgln lumberman,
u in the city today.
Nut, Sherman Hnd AVult Jlels, s tire
flour mill nuti of Cove, are hue to
day mi buslmna.
Construction Foreman Derm, of 'the
tl(,-nal mTvlM dei'iTlment of the O. It.
X., 1 In lhc f't' today.
Mrs. .Moll returned to her home Iri
Kanicla today, fitter visiting: wJUi Mrs.
Mr. It. E. McDowell came down
on delayed No. 1 yesterday, from Telo
caset, and returned home last night.
pave M. Clark of the Owe Mercan
tile company, drove to La Grande thlH
morning In his auto.
.Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .'Seheurer left
Inst night for North Powder, where
they will make their home for a
'H. K. Klvette, the Boise lumberman
who has been In' eastern Oregon points
fur some time, wag on the city last
.'Sunday. He plans on returning to
Iinlse at once.
Mr. and Mrs. It A. West took their
departure this afternoon for Washing
ton, where they will visit North Yaki
ma. Prosser and 1her towns before
Mr. and Mrs Denny, parents of Fire
man Homer Denny, have returned
from a several nrr.nths' visit In Cnti
furnia. They will make their home
in this city herei'JVr.
II 'ht of Way Agent J. H. l-Mdy is
in tWclty to tak a part In the O. H.
ii X. trials to rr.o-io up this term. At
torney Spencer of Portland, will be
Peter O'Sulllvan arrived last eve
ning from Pendleton. Mrs. O'Sulllvan
Is ill In the hiiepitul there, ami .Mr.
o'.-'ulllvan is sljying in the Wheat
town, cumins; to La Grunde to look af
ter business matters occasionally.
The Presbyterian Brotherhood
meets tonight at the Presbyterian
manse. C E. Cochran will be the
leafier and discussions on Dr. Osier's
article n "Immortality" will be the
order of the day.
All members -of the Presbyterian Aid
society will be wanted at the home of
Mrs. It. K. 'Smith Wednesday nt 4: SO.
At 5:39 the same day the public will
be given a supper at 25 cents per
Dr. M. S. Kern will leave today for
an extended trip through Hermiston.
Spokane. Scattltv, Salem and Portland,
and will toe gone for a week. During
his absence his office will be In charge
of Dr. WIlIianiK of La Grande. Pen
The meeting .V tV La Grind Ir
rigation compin.j. set for 2 oVlock
this afternoon, was postponed a week
on account of the absence of Fred 3.
Taylor. The corporation hns' about
100 RtockTtnld i-s atid owns the ditch
that passes the-sugar factory.
Harry GiITum, a former 1 Grande
hoy, brother of Deputy County Clerk
J. ii. uiiiium, iitio uueu a.).ytili J a
member of theboard of control of thf
state of Washlnvrton, ty Governor Cos
grove. This 1s one of the highest of
fices in the gift -of the governor.
Ex-Mayor Gleason, the mineowner
of Sumpter. who has beeir in the Wil
lamette valley this winter to escape
the hard winters, 1s In La Grande to
ddy visiting friends. He found the
erstwhile warm Willamette valley was
anything but torrid this season, and Is
willing; to go back to Sumpter cli
mate. Dr. F. E. Moore returned this morn
ing from a meeting of the state board
of medical examiners of whfl'h he is
; member. Fifty-three applicants
took the recent examination. Of this
number two were osteopaths. Thirty-
one out of the 51 doctors of medicine i
p-'.ssed and both osteopaths wore suc
cesfiii. making 23 who received 1!
, 11lc 'UHH,e.
! .MberU ll.illcy a) pMre; "
' ' j the performance. last evening and unj.
Iiit way Into popular fuvor. She has
Th. Current Topic club will bP -!" r,n v,,,cc "nJ h'aM wlm,robl''
tertalneo t,y Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood I whU"' ,w,"-,her W,,h th r"" t-r of
Williams and Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Han- H"'1KM ,lKht rff"ftS' rnl'1J
na, ut tho Hannu home on Adams av
! changes of costume, etc., makes a most
1 plcaslmr Mieclalty and one you will
Bile, on Tuesday evening, February 2. appreciate, she was roundly encored
The subject will be "Hie Revolution at each performance last evening, and
In Turkey,'' with Mrs. F. 11. Curreyjls sure to be popular all week. Ab
as leader. The nrorrum will bo fol-lhott and Clayne with their original
lowed by a general discussion of the j musical comedy, begin ' tonight anil
subject by the members.
.... lUrtlMlny Party.
Arilvul ut life's first milestone of
little Iternard, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
John Theisen, was the occasion for a
pretty party at their coxy home, "03
Spring avenue, this afternoon. The
color fcheme was pink and white
pink and white hearts and candles
the same colors predominating In the
dainty luncheon served. The Invita
tion list Inciuded Mesdames DeLlle
Green, Will French, P. Henrlksen,
William Rush, Otto Dldlon, D. R. Tan
ner, Ray Logan; Miss Rose Baum;
Marjorle Logan, Virginia and Eliza
beth Rush, Howell Dldlon, Gladys
come to the city very highly recom
mended. The picture Illustrating Chas.
Dickens' famous story, "The Old Curi
osity Shop." Is one you will enjoy as
well as the rural drama, "Love vs.
Sunday Reaches Oljnipla.
Olympla. Feb. 1. Rllly Sunday, th.
evangelist, arrived here this afternoon
from Spokane to rally for the local op
tion forces for a struggla In the legislature.
I Appearance is Half the Baffle
. Do you realize that you can be gay, sad, happy or despondent, proud or forkrn bt
just changing apparel of wears. Have you thought that two ihhds cf life's cares come
WHY NOT APPEAR WbLL THEN
and drive the small cares away? For with the outer appearance the inner self acts. Nice
apparel can be had today for as meager a sum as the poorer wear.
co"o Look Our Line Over co
Newest Conceptions in Raincoats Just Arrived by Express
Saturday Night Party a Siiccoh.
Mr. and Mrs. DC. Stevens last Sat
urday evening ent-rtalned about 50
friends In honor of the birthday anni
versary of Miss Lela Hough, a stviden
In the high school. The East Ad:i,v
avenue home was comfortably fi.'Uil
with both young and old, about JO of
the guests being nicmbeis "f the
schools. Numerous parlor games were
enjoyed heartily by-all present. When
time for rcfrninm-nts came, the puests
had spent an extremely delightful evening.
1 When the wind howls around the
corner of the house, see that the cats
and dogs have warm quarters.
"S liubcrt Pay" Tuedy,
Schubert music will be rendered and !
studied tomorrow aftcrnortri In ' the
Ljie Tuesday Musical club rooms on
Sixth street, under the direction of
Mesdames T. J. Kcroggln. E. D. Selder
and W. AV. Perry. The program is
taken entirely from Schubert. The
numbers as prepajed promise to be
extremely Interesting. They follow:
Piano solo "Some Unfinished Sym
phony," Miss Jean McDonald
Paper on "Schubert and His
Songs" Mrs. O. K. Silverthorn
Vocal solo "Hark, Hark, the
Lark!" Miss Ada West
Piano solo Impromptu No. 2,
Op. 142 Mrs, C. A. Vurplllal
Vocal sido "Serenade"
Mrs. A. L. Richardson
Round Table Talk Conducted by
Mrs. T. S. Scroggin
Dr. D. McMillan
La Grande National Bank Bldg
Accused of Stonli.ig Grave.
lAtlanta. Ga., Feb. 1. Kneeling at
the altar' seeking admission to a fash
ionable Oak Grove Baptist church,
Mrw. Wiley iieide was tuin'iuuitu wltii
tfie. charge of having stolen the grave
In wfcich her husband Is burled. To
day sh filed suit for $15,000 damages
againuS Deacon W. H. Mitchell, her accuser.
The Pastime Projrrain. j
Abbott and Clayrie, in musical com--
Mis Alberta Htdl.y, character
ongs and changes.'' I
'harl-s Dickens f.tmo'is soti-y. "Old
The Rural drama, "Love vs. Law."
.lurv llsmlxs4-l Until Tomorrow.
The jury which assembled at the
court house today was dismissed un
'i! tomorrow im irjing at 9 o'clock
"!en nct(viti"s will be resumed In the
' Ask HUNT the
well man how to
So many people look and
act as though chey were only
They are mere shadows
of men and women once
strong and robust.
Most of them are deceived
as to the real cause of their
trouble, which is Kidney
Diseased kidneys fail to
strain out the impurities
from the blood, which re
enter ing the circulation,
course through the whole
body and derange the entire
system! The nerves, the
heart, stomach and Hver are
all affected, and backache,
headache and nervous
exhaustion are resulting
If vou are this
will help you.
It builds up the kidneys,
so they will perform their
functions properly, and the
symptoms soon disappear.
Commence taking it to
day, and you will feel better
at once, as it corrects irregu
larities, restores lost vitality,
and will make you strong
Do not take chances on
becoming a victim of
Bright's disease or Dia
betes, which are the result
of neglected kidney disor
ders, when Foley's Kidney
Remedy will cure you.
Sold and Recommended by
A. T. iniX, Druss'Ht.
The largest line of Muslin Underwear in LUMNE0US RUBBERIZED SAMS, variety
Eastern Oregon ont for your inspection. Price of colors, tight fitting or full back
Is the least consideration with us. $12.50
RUBBERIZED CRAVENETTE, hand tailored MOIRE VELOUR with the latest collar
deml-titted back $9.50 $i5.00
THE PRIDE OF ANY LADY
is a neat, dainty foot- A gentleman is usf as much concerned with the appearance of h'rs
feet as is a queen. And why not, for does not the appearance of the feet change the
whole person? So in looking for footwear seek for
STYLE AND WEAR 'COMBINED
the two essential qualities in Shoes, Rubbers and Boots. The foot dress handled by us
;s purchased from this standpoint by men of experience and who know. So if you wish
a foot which is trim and neat, buy our shoes which are narrow but roomy with the blucher
running well down to the middle cf ihe toes and see the wonderful effect it has for ap
Valentines Now Ready
Our new valentines are here and on i; 1 ay j
We have a very large line of them, out it will pay
to select early so as to avoid the rush later and to
secur your pick of the stock.
Our line is new and up-to-date, consisting of
Card Mounts, fancy Drops, Comic end fancy
Post Cards. Booklets, Shaped Cards,
Scenic and Pulling Cards,
Lace Goods, He.
All the newest effects, designs and combi.-.a-tions,
including foreign and American novelties.
Prices range from one cent to three dollars.
TVTm.M ipu oaai o
Red cow with speckled face, hag T.
S. with circle-bar on right side, anu
,T. D. on left side. 'Phone Farmet
1 943. 1-Htf
T. F. SHERWOOD.
Sllverthorn's Drue store.
I Cut Prices on Lumber and
I Shingles for large Orders j
i D. M. HUNT :
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey row. Tall !
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We need the money You need the material
Fir and Native Lumber, Cedar
STODDARD LUMBER CO.
The value of a prescription depends upon the prompt
ness with which it reaches the sick room
"Do It Now"
is the motto which stands for much in our prescription de
partment. All prescriptions are filled as soon as received
and delivered as soon as filled. You know our reputation
tor pure drugs and careful compounding .:. .:. .:.
We Carry Everything which Should be
Found in a Drug Store
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LA GRANDE, OREGON