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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER '12, iDiO.
toubles of a Flirt.
je Roman ..Jews Pathe.
lad by Little Hands.
te for Recital Sellg.
gng I Love Myy Wife, but Oh
he Three Cherry Pits Vita
faph. 1. I ' 1
Biutlful dishes given to lady
pktpns of the matinee. See dis
jlf In lobby.
, Don't forget that the Isis has a, E- O.Anderson and wife of Wallowa. r
complete change of program tomor-' were registered at the Foley last night
row afternoon and night
The missionary society of the Pres
byterian church will meet at the home
of Mrs. Ramsey tomorrow afternoon
at 2:30. .
A special meeting of the members
of the Baptist church will be held in
the lecture room of the church on Frl
day at 7:30 p. m. Sept. 23 to consider
the resignation of the pastor and any
other business that may come up per
J. B. Norman of Hlllsboro is stop
ping at the Somnier.
. Win- Miller returned home on this
afternoon's train from a short business
trip to Enterprise.
John Hagelshaw and R. CV Snook of
Wllllston, North Dakota, are register
ed at the Sommer hotel.
Ed. Rumple returned home today
from a business trip to the' Wallowa
country. - .
H. D. Ashmead of Union, la a: guest
at the Foley.
N. A. Boulter of Durkee, was regis
tered at the Foley yesterday.
- Mrs. Grace Barrle and son, Rennie,
returned to Hot ake this morning af
ter having spent a day here with
perry Blossoms are marshmellows
at cherries. Delicious confection.
0. Ramsey has eeelved a carload
c fruit paper and will sell It a: re
1 1 to local growers. r. .."''
A. W. St. Mar of Baker City, Is.
guest at the Savoy today.
W. C. Dorrance of Enterprise was a
Foley Hotel visitor yesterday.
H. P. Summers and wife of Baker
City are registered at the Savoy.
Investment Company Rnjnodels.
The offices of the La Grande Invest
ment company have been extensively
remodeled with more room, tinted
walls and freshness and newness as
Ir'inn' tiniicu with a varnnm rariiftt
Aaner. All work guaranteed. Prices J tn
ht. Phones Red 562 or Red 141.
W, C. Dorrance of Joseph Is here
I visiting his sister, Mrs. Anna Brooks.
Customers having pink tea tickets.
in redeem them now at the Grande
ikion Tea Store. - ;
Hotel rule cards, trespassing cards.
buses for rent cards printed In red
ill black. For sale cheap at The Ob-
An Elaborate Summer Home.
"Have they a nice summer cottage T'
"Splendjd. It actually has wooden
partitions between the bedrooms in
stead of curtains.- Detroit Free Press.
, . Cherchez La Famma.
When you see a bashful lover
Blushing crimson in the face
Every time he takea his watch out
"There'a a woman In the case."
leave for Seattle to join her husband,
Conductor Harned, who is now em
ployed in the Sound city..'-
The Kaffee Klatch will meet Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs,. Robert
Newlin. - - ; "
(?lrst class bookkeeper and steno
grt)her want3 to locate in La Grande.
Seen years experience, iumber con
striction and railroad work. Phone
Rft 711. -V
'lemlsh Art Goods, hand covered
win Jewel settings. Wa sell you the
god3 and teach you how to do it
fre. Call and see our demonstrator
atSHverthorn's family drug Btore.
flemish Art Goods, something very
nev and pretty, being demonstrated
new at ' Sllverthorn's family drug
st4ra It will be worth your while to
call and see It.
Attorney L. L. Davi3 returned to
his home in Union this morning after
having spent the night here on legal
- A IA .-- ...
A woman bates to be told to wait
for the next car, tbougd It may take
her nearer home than the one she
misses. Washington Post. .
.pop n HHsivf
There never has been a season before
when Ladies Head Wear was more beauti
ful, novel, neat and classy. The shape and
trim is very becoming this season not too
loud but modest, neat and stylish.
We can please you. Our stock of Trim
med Hats is complete besides our milliners
are working overtime to supply the de
mand for special orders. Call and look our
line over. v
Goats and Silk
Just in by express 10 of our popular priced
Vogue Suits, new styles, new materials . . ... :
Oh. to' Be a Beel
How doth the little busy bee
Improve each shining mlnuteT
By gayly loaflng lo his hive
And eating all that'a in It.
Robert Withycombe arrived home
.from Portland and Salem and things
will commence to move toward the Ia
Grande fair from Union henceforth.
Mr. Withecombe had a splendid exhi
bit of grasses fr6m the Union experi
ment station at the state fair. ;
A small detatchment' of soldiers
from Fort Casey and from Denver
passed through the city this morning
on the first section of No. 17 en route
"Going up to hear that lecture on
"Naw. I'm tired of these organ r
SHOULD BE AORC
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Also a dozen Coats, consisting of Long Black
and Blue Broadcloth and Kerseys at .......... .
$10 to $17.50
Auto and street coats with the large Shawl or - ,
Military Collar . .
$12.50 to $20
The La Vogue ' shown this season is beautiful,
stylish and popular priced . , . v ; .
QUALITY, THE SAME-PRICE, LESS ;
i "1 . i I
McCall Pattera No. 3811
CHIC AFTERNOON C0STDME
DOCTOR OF OPTICS.
AT 1103 ADAMS AVE. .
Doctor Mendelsohn has been prac
ticing and has the experience of 29
years, fitting glasses. We have the
professional equipment as - well as
the science. . . wU-w..'.
should be taken iato consideration,
to have your eyes rightly fitted.
The satisfaction of thos we have
served Is your guarantee that we will
serve you satisfactorily.
All broken glasses replaced while
you watt. Y v
OFFICE HOURS 8:30 a. m. to 12 m.
1 to 5 p. m. i
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT.
. BAILEY'SJTART. ,
How the Texas Stateaman Seourad
Hia First Nomination. ", "
Whose 'name U going to be at the
bead of the next Democratic presi
dential ticket While, of course. It's a
little early to answer that question,
United States Senator Joseph W. Bai
ley is having quite a boom In that di
rection, and In some quarters it is con
fidently predicted that he will bo the
lucky candidate. , Consequently the
Texas statesman Is much in the lime
light, and some good stories are being
told of his career. It is said thnt this
is how he got bis start in politics:
, "Mr. Bailey was a struggling young
lawyer in the new section into which
be had moved. Time : had rolled
around to nominate a Democratic can
didate for congress. '. The day of f the
convention had been set It was con
ceded that a certain old man in con
gress would be given the nomination.
"Having much leisure a,nd but little
money, he thought he would walk to
(the convention. After he had been on
the Toad for some time a farmer drove
2 bamson Windmills, Uemig rumps Kichzrdson 2nd aoyn- v.
ton Hot Air Plants.
Pip Fittings, Bath Room Fixtures and alt kinds of
BAY & ZWEIFEL
Plumbers, Heaters and Sheet Metal Workers.
MH. SWELL VHESSEH:
OVR CLOTHES ARE ALL' WOOL, BUT THEV A.HE J
A yAUB A'ROUi'D THE CHEST OffLV FO'R THOSE F
J6. WE CAHHy A LAH.GE4
WHO WEAH A AO
STOCK OF SUITS AJTD
FIT yOU WITHOUT CHOTnfG THE
suohteh on letting . the , coa t out iff the
B A CK . WE WISH THOSE WHO A TIE HA RT TO FIT
TO COME TO O UK STO HE.
O VEHCOA TS. AJVD CAJf &azm2X!VXa&XKl
SLEEVES FOR SALE 500 sheep, Waiter Glenn,
R. F. D. No 2. ' :
WANTED Position by married
man on ranch. Address X, Observer.
THEy A "RE JUST AS
EASy FO'R US TO FIT. AS Affy OiE ELSE.
I FOR RENT House keeping rooms
1617 4th street Mrs. E. C. Moore. 6t
FOR SALE Good Singer sewing
machine 702 Washington St. . 6t
Clothiers and Furnishers
FOR SALE Furniture for three
rooms in a four room house which can
be rented. See Oakley Coffin at Star
LOST Gordon setter pup, 4 months
old. Reward for return to post office
about Bailey, and we'll cail on him.'
"The farmer said all right. No more
was said about the matter -until there
was a lapse in the convention during
the ' preliminary movements of the
body. Suddenly the old fanner got up
and suggested that the convention hear
from Mr. Bailey," 'a risln' young law
yer of these diggin's.' he said, 'an a
feller who talks like puttln' out fire.'
Bailey! Bailey! Bailey! more than
a dozen yells went up, and Bailey
came forth, Joe Bailey made one of
the hottest speeches of his life, and
the upshot of the whole thing was that
the 'risln' young lawyer of these dig
gin's' got the nomination for congress
and is now Senator Bailey.". . f
, The Way It Goes.
"This' Is an odd way girls' have of
getting into society."
"How is it odd?" ;
'Why. to get lu they first have to
come oufN'ew Tork Journal.
Photo by American Press Aisoclatloa
JOSEPH W. BAILEY.
up behind him. 'Wanter git in an'
ride?' he said to the young lawyer, and
Bailey accepted gladly.-
"'Going to the conventon? asked
Bailey after awhile. fYep.' said the
farmer. 'Ever hear of a young lawyer
named Bailey round here? asked Bal
ley. 'Nope.' said the farmer. 'Good
speaker and bright fellow, . I under
stand.' suggested Bailey. 'S'pose so,
Raid the farmer. 'Yes.' ' continued
Bailey, 'and he will be over there to
day, and I tell you what we'll do
We'll call on him to make a spcK-h.
You Se all your frindx toll, thorn
A Near View.
Her little feet beneath her hobble skirt
Like little mica steal In and out.
She moves along; aa if It hurt
To even elowly get about
And, oh, she dances such a way, . r
:. That those who alt and watch her say
Bhe simply Is a sight!
-Chicago Record-Herald. ;
"I make a pretty good thing out of
Tlenty of litigation, eh r
"Oh, no. - She thinks she ought to
leave something to her cook, and It
keeps me busy drawing up new wills."
Kansas City Journal.
X stand before a mirror long,
But o'er my looks I do not rave.
If you could see you would be shocked.
For I am lathered for a shave.
. , Buffalo Ktiwami
'; YJE' GM PARTICU
LAR ATI EHT10N TO
r THE BVSIHESS
FARMERS. WE COR
' DIALLY IHWE THEM
TO MAkE THIS WEIR
: BANKING HOME.
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The United States
: LA GRANDE, OREGON.
An Economical Mov
, "Good morning! said Mrs. Stlnjay.
"Pardon my calling so early, but 1
saw your advertisement for a cook"-
"But" Interrupted Mrs. Hiram Offeo.
"surely you are not after the place?"
'Oh. no: l need a cook myself, and 1
thought you tulsbt send to me all th
aMilIcunta you reJect.--Cathollc Stand
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