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W. B, Klvette returned today after
business' trip to Joseph' and-Elgin.
D. C Brlschoux returned today
from a trip to Rondowa. A-
Governor and Mrs. Benson. left to
day for Salem.' -"h? ";
Mrs. J. W. Earls returned today
; from Joseph where she was callel by
the Illness of -a sister, ' ' i ;
' Mrs. Wllmer McCully oi Joseph Is
. visiting with her mother Mrs. M; N.
" Cahoon, this yweek. 1 , (- ,.
' Andrew Lun has retured to piortli
Powder where he la completing hi?
Ice harvest He has cut 5000 -.tons
' f Ice. - .
William P. Ishan of Long Creek,
and' Mr.-M11M twiw . '
. ton, transacted business at the lan1
office today, : .
The ladies of Relief Corps No. 31
have teen Invited to attend the Crys
tal Rebeckah .Tea to be given Thurs
" day afternoon' Ihe 17th. ;i
i ; Miss Pauline Lederlee returned
v last evening from Pendleton where
, she spent a few days with her father
rat St Anthony's hospital.. -
Miss Luverne Wissler has returned
to her home In Pendleton after visit
ing for several days with her friend
: Miss Cellle Lilly.
Mrs. Fred Schilke Is teaching tho
: primary 'department at the hifch
school building during the Illness of
the teacheri Mrs. Stella'lngleV
Mrs. W. Dl McCully who has been
visiting her mother Mrs. M. N. Ca
boon, who has been quite sick, re
turned to her, home in Joseph thin
, morning leaving her mother much lm
' Dr. M. P. Mendelssohn who was
Injured' by a fall yesterday 1b re
covering from the shock and expects
to be at his office in the morning.
The Royal Arch Masons meet this
evening. The Royal Arch degree
will be conferred followed by a ban-
V Quet. All companies are requested
to govern themselves accordingly
Out of town guests at the Com
mercial Club banquet last ntght
were: Robert Withycombe, L. J. Dav
- is. Mayor Lusious Wright, Will Vo
gel, Cashier Castnef, of Union; Prof.
Rallev.' Cashier J. B. Thomson and
Dan Sommers, of Elgin. ,
Two painters, Dell Clay and E. P.
. Armstrong were fined this morning
In police court for participating in a
fight. Clay, was fined $10 for fight
'..tog and Armstrong1 $5 "for instigat
ing it. Painter Hendricks was , the
assaulted one. . ;
Bert W Carr of Spokane has ac
cepted a position with the 0. R. &
N., Co, with headquarters at I
Grande and will make. this his home.
Mrs. Carr will Join, him about, the
first, of the month and they will
at home at the Noyes Rooming House
Cor, Adams Ave. and GjeenwooJ St.
Atorney and Mrs. George G, Bing
ham tof SalenC enjoyed V visit" this
morning , with i their, nelces, Mrs. S.
'' Deane Crowe and Miss Zada Haney,
while on their way to Washington D
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Women of vWoodcraft gave a very
delightful ' 'dancing . party last night
at tne Elks hall. . It waa a masked
ball affair and being the first of Its
kind, appealed to many who report
an tenjoy able time.
Prizes! for the best sustained.' char-:
acters were awarded to Mrs. Biever,
who was dressed to represent an Ja-
dlan Maid and to Clint Van Fleet,
representing the ; "Fop", or English
under the direction of Mrs. George
SJBlrnie and Hiss Addle-UtUe. 5 .
The marriage of Mrs. Maude Frltts
Jlan8en,Vrdaughter of M?. and Mrs.
B G. Frltts of this city to Mr. Amzle
Franklyn Fines, of Shelton, Nebras
ka,' will take place this evening at
the Methodist porsonage au6 o'clock
the Revf Hi E.' Method ' officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Fines will be at hon
in Sbelto'n.'i Nebraska after April 1,
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A large crowd last night were the
guests of the Daughters of .the Wood
at-'the' ikj E.i Church ;lat --eveningl
' Unique methods of entertainment and
, , jMiwiauug r money
from the original holder provided
two things, namely; plenty of amuse
ment and an encouraging Increase of
the club's funds. Fortune telling,
valentine' booths and postofflces ' , in
which to mall' and receive them were
some Of the features. One dolla rof
the proceeds were sent by the young
ladles to Rev. McLeod as a valen
tine token; J ., ; '
Tnwn R Art Inn rf iha Pro.
serve a refreshment .Tea, Friday af:
ternoon, Feb. 17,,at the home of Mrs.
Wm. Ramsey on Fourth St All
members of the Society and friends
arertovlted to call between the hours
of three and five. ' ' :"' K.-SV;
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Mr. and Mrs, . Herbert Pattison,
last evening, entertained a few of
their friends at their home on Penn.
Ave. The house was tastefully dec
orated with .St. Valentine emblems
After partaking of a Sumptuous din
ner, the guests were entertained by
a Valentine contest. Covers ' were
lId !for the : : (following ; guests:
Messrs and Mesdames J. P. Halley,
Gfant Lincoln, li. W; ' Jackson, D. , E.
Cox and the Misses ! Eleanor Halley
and Virginia Lincoln! i. -
Judging 1 from ; the responses,, sent
by the various lodges the Rebekahs
will have 6ne of the largest social
functions of the season. Decorations
flowers and refreshments will he in
evidence that ; the committee has
spared neither time or money, to
make this Fraternal Tea an affair
long remembered in . fraternal cir
cles. Tne tea will be held in the I.
O. O. F. Hall, Thursday afternoon
from 2 to 5, Feb. 17. '
The Lyie Tuesday Muslcale met
this afternoon in their, club rooms,
and- were delightfully entertained by
a program that had been prepared
: J plrorce- Hearing, JKossmed ,
A continuation of the Brooks vs.
Brooks hearing, ;j started j a few days
ago, was commenced this morning
and .lasted through the afternoon.
Both are seeking divorce and custo
dy of a child, sprinkling the: requests
with liberal charges of infidelity. .
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r FOISTED PARAGRAPHS ; , ,
' There is no. ground for hope that
the women will boycott the millinery
stores. '' : I ,'i :
It is about time that somebody
nominated Pinchot and Glavis as a
ticket for 1912.
Some' congressmen will find , it
rather difficult to be , a standpatter
In -Washington and van jinsurgent at
home. ' i'.-;.j.v. .
, On this trip the earth is, turning to
the same direction in which aid man
Weston is walking. That may be
of some help to him.
The more Senator , Heyburn gets
into notice, the more It becomes cer
tain that Idaho made a big mistake
In electing him senator.
Peary has been . ordered into ac
tive naval service again but it is
not feared hat he will be required
to do any , very exhausting labor.
Some people are making quite a
fuss about high prices but the
trusts are still raising prices and are
laughing at the silly people. ,
! . Dr. JTendehona deep earo Icies
. ht1v. wider .field, .clearer tkion,
treater comfort aat Imprtfrcd
v , PB. .,P. KESDEISOHK
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Permanently Located 1 105 Adams ,avc. Opposite Jhe P.0.
Dr. Mendelsohn has been located here seven
months and during this Deriod has collected
" Nearlv, 1500 patients. 130 children.- can, truthfully
say.tbat I have suceeded in doing better. work and
, more work than any one man ever done in Union.
countv. This proves that I have conducted my pract
ice on a basis that appeals to everyone, to - everyone .
Who want the truth. M v business is on a square t
deal to everybody. I rarely hear complaints and am
' . always ready and willing to correct any error that
-.."'" . I make V-;- .
MY 29 YEARS EXPEHIE NCE IN THE PRACTICE . - -OF
OPTICS IS Is ITSELF A VALUABLE ASSET :
If . your eves trouble vou see me. I bejievo my ex
. tensive experience and skill together with my hon
esty and sincerity of purpose, I can give you a guar-' -antee
of truthfulness and satisfaction. I refer you to-
, vour neighbor, to your physician, who have known
rne for the past 16 years and I am endorsed by the
most prominent ocultist of Portland.
We have a fine new line of Hot
Water Bottles. They , are the reli
able kind, are guaranteed for more
than a year and cost you no more
than the doubtful ejrt Newlln Drug
Dr. W. D. McMillan
La Crande NationallBank Bldg.
Both Phones , '
Kincisley & Cogei j;
I: SKoes Rbpaired ;:
ijm first class workmen.
J : 71 work turned outwith
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50 " 7
30 - 35 Roadster 3 "
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The entire problem lies in these three words:
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White Corn Meal
The Mitchell has stood the test
for the past 8 years. No experi
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Before placing' your order per-
Yellow Corn meal
Fancy Heae Rice 35 cents
The Name Guarantees the Quality
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THB OLD PRESTQN WAND.
Phone Ind.2?A r P. O. Box 17 1
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