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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G-1910.
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1318 Adams Ave. and First,
Greatest Bargain Store In the
City. V .
Extra Special Bargains.
35c Boys Over
alls 50c Boys Knee
. v Pant3
65c Boys Knee
Boys 25c Hose
Hose, 2 pair
Ladies 35c Rib
Ladies 25c and
Vest going at
Ladies 20c .
Sleeveless vest ;
v ' emitter at.
Ladies$1.25 . v
wear Ladies $1.50 .
Ladies $3.50 ' ,
25c Face Pow
der 25c Tooth Pow
der Sanatool v
75c Bed Sheet
wear, 65c value
Men's wool un
Men's all wool
Mens 10c white
15c Outing .
No. 0 wash tub
No. 1 wash tub
45c doz. jelly
Gloss Starch ;
lib. Bakers S
Drink QUAUTY COFFEE
Save your coupons and get
2 Star . 30c
4 Star- ' 3 lb $1.00
pomtt at 05CI
A Daughter of Dixie Kalem."
Willtal Peggy Biograph.
A Fair Exchange. -A
Personal Matter Essany.
Song Be Jolly, Molly. 1
Beautiful dishes given to lady
patrons of the matinee. See dis
play la lobby.
If you have any Becond-hand school
books to dispone of, bring them to
Newlia Book and Stationery Co.
. Everything for the school children
at Newl'n Book and Stationery Co. :
houses for rent card printed In red
and black. For sale cheap at The Ob
Clean house with a vacuum carpet
cleaner. All wbrk guaranteed. Prices
right Phones Red 562 or Red 141.
The ladles of St. Peter's Guild will
hold a cooked food sale at Russell's
meat' market Saturday afternoon. 3t
Cherry Blossoms areTnarshmellows
and cherries. Delicious confection.
Business chance In Wallowa good
established wagon and machine shop
for sale. $4,000.00 for grounds, build
ings and fixtures. Stock at cost and
freight. Easy terms. Write T. L.
Davis, Wallowa, Ore.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the res
ldence of Para Thornton 1802 Cedar
Street, Thursday afternoon at 2:30,
all are invited.
For a bargain in a piano, dresser and
rockers call Ind. 655.
' The Baker City Normal and Busi
ness College will begin Sept. 5. Those
entering for a six month's course at
the beginning will receive one month
Can be had by ambitious young men
and ladles in the field of "Wireless"
or railway telegraphy. Since the 8
yfE carry special lines of Suits for Workingmen--.
Suits that are built with the purposein view 'of meeting
The fabrics are neat patterns of the most durable
Gheviots and Gassimeres.
The tailoring is as strong as tailoring can be made,
with reinforcements at . every point where there is any
special strain. .
The cut of the garments is ge::teel and roomy.
Every Garment is Union Made
These Suits were made in the Country's best
Uuion Taylor Shops, and we back them to do duty
with a guarantee. ;
THE CLOTHIERS AKD FURNISHERS
hour law became effective, and since
the Wireless companies are estab
lishing stations throughout the coun
try there Is a great shortage of tele
graphers. Positions pay beginners
from $70 to $90 per month, with a
good chance of advancement. The Na
tional Telegraph Institute operates
, six official Institutes In America un
der supervision-of It. R. and "Wireless
: officials and places all graduates Into
positions. It will pay you to write
them for wull details at Cincinnati, 0.,
Philadelphia, Pa., Memphis. Tenn..
Davenport, la., Columbia. S. C, or
Portland, Ore., according to where you
wish to enter.-"
Just in' new shipment of Grand
Union Tea Co's. goods. You know
they are choice, fresh every week.
Grand Union Tea Co. Black Phone 1521
R. Maxwell of Wallowa has accepted
a position with McKennon-Chandler,
the cattle feeders.
L. R. Hinkley of Boise, has accepted
a position with the Elite Dying works.
Mr. Hinkley Is an expert at the dying
and cleaning business and invites the
public to inspect his work.
A. P. Hanna, Jr. and B. K. Keller
of Meacbam are in the city today on
land matters. ' .. :
W, R. Kivette Is In Enterprise today
looking after his timber Interests. -
E. Draper, -ef Union, epent the day
In La Grande, staying at the Sommer.
W. R. Ladd and William Bollons, O.
R. & N. officials are In the city today.
H. R. Newport of Hermiston, is a
guest in the city, stopping at the Som
mer.' ' ;
Geo. Lindgreen, deput ysherlff U. in
Union today, serving legal papers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ray of Spokane are
now making their home in La Grande,
having arrived during the week. Mr.
Ray is employed as wire chief with the
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
A. J. Elliott and Theodore Keck
ritz of Union are guests at the Savoy
today." .. ' ' ; ' . . '. .
- MrB. Frank Bay is reported to be Im
proving satisfactorily from r a seri
ous attack of typhoid fever.'
L. W. Wright formerly of Union,
has returned to this city and will
spend several days here attending to
matters at the Red Cross drug store.
D. F. Warren of Gait, Mo., who rep
resents a buggy firm in Missouri, is in
the city today stopping at the Som
mer. . v
C. S. Dunn of the A. B. C. laundry,
left this morning for Seattle to attend
the Northwest Laundrymen's associa
tion convention there. He will be gone
- about ten days.
of store must close
out af once.
Ml 9x12 Bn Ax
minster, price $31.00
go a $26.00
Ml 9x12 Axminster
Rugs, price $29.00
9 a' $23.50
Mlf 1-2x10 1-2 flx
minster Rugs, price
$22.50 go at "
Ml 27x60 Axmins
ter Rugs, price $2.75
9 M $1.95
Velvet Rugs, worth
d - .
$2.25 go af $1.65
U. R. Wilson, the electrician, left
this morning for Wallow'-Vhere he
has a contract that will require about
three week's work.
David Brlchoux, proprietor of the
Savoy, continues to answer scores of
letters dally regarding the Wallowa
Virgil I. Samms of .Pocatsllo is
stopping at the Savoy, a guest of his.
uncle, D. C. Brlchoux, a' guest of his
way to attend the University of Idaho
R. C. Mack,' a prominent druggist
of Elgin, is In the city on his way to
Huntington to visit his wife, who Is
visiting relatives and friends In that
city. She will return with him tomor-1
H. E. Launing, with a Chicago hard
ware firm Is stopping at the Foley. -
Ted Thompson, paying teller of the
First National bank at Walla Walla,
Is at the Foley today .-
George Peebler, , one of the most
prosperous farmers of Umatilla coun
ty is stopping at the Foley today.
Tom - Tweedyfl proprietor of Cen
tral Meat Market, at Pendleton, is a
guest In the city, staying at the Foley.
Geo. H. Sutherlln, the Walla t Walla
contractor, Is in the city again from
Walla Walla, and Is stopping at the
Foley. .'. ;' . - ' '
E. B. Morris has returned from a
four-day trip In , Wallowa county to
.where he went to talk to "Huckleberry
Joe" about using Winchester ammu
nition on the annual big bear hunt
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1423 Adams Ave., La Grande, Ore.
Carl Halverson, the Western Union
messenger boy. is nursing a broken!
arm today as the result of a fall from
his horse last night. He will be back .
on the bench in the Western Union I
in a few days he. says.
Tom Hammersley, deputy United
States marshal, is here today' to take
I charge of the property of Joe Roben-
Bon, tne bankrupt sawmill man wno
some time ago built a sawmill on the
MInam. A large wage schedule will be
taken, care of first,, says the marshal.
About $2400 will be paid out before
other creditors of the bankrupt will
recelte their pro rata apportionments.
RUSSEL IS HOG BUSINESS.
Buys Small Pigs, Pays. No Attention
To Them and Gets Profits.
An incident .showing the remark
able profits in hog raising is brought
to light by L. II. Russell, the sawmill
man who last December purchased
five small shoats and took them to the
sawmill where they were allowed to
roam without care, eating the refuse
from the cooking shanty and feeding
on grass and herbs during the spring
and summer. Today, at the age of
nine months the hogs were brought to
La Grande and sold, weighing.' 1750
pounds, realizing $157.50. The cost of
raising these hogs was absolutely
nothing; not a dollar's worth of grain
was given them as feed and the
amount named is clean profit.
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LA GRANDE, OREGON.