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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1910)
"I can tell
Butter Making In Norway. .
Miscalculation Pathe. , .
. . The Emigrant Edison.
Song Longing for Tomorrow.
Beautiful dishes given to lady
patrons, of the matinee. See dis
play In lobby.
Clean house with a vacuum' carpet
cleaner. All work guaranteed. Prices
right Phones Red 562 or Red 141.
For several months the hands and
face will suffer from the effects of
the cold, raw winds, unless you use
Cu-Sem Cream. Price 25 cents. New
lin Drug Co.
Hotel rule cards, trespassing cards,
houses for rent cards printed in red
and black. For sale cheap at The Ob
. server office.
Any one desiring to secure an 18
horsepower Franklin In trade for city
property can do so by Inquiring at
111 IE haTe
j fe Mm '
teea a perfect
Copyright 1907 by
Is the true
Clolhini CowpMy ,
LA GRANDE EVENING
how one lady expressed it. And there's a whole volume of truth in that simple
we fashion your clothes, they are cut and made to your individual proportions
straining the fabric. Consequently they fit you all over. And they fit easily.
We handle the high-grade
Made JuBt right
Dress Making, Mrs. McCarter, 2005
Greenwood. - 6t
. The Lady Maccabees will serve a
cooked food sale at the Russel Meat
market October 8th.
Dry Mealy potatoes are the kind to I
use. Geddes Bros, have them.
: The healthiest and most nutritious
mush Is Rolled Rye. You can get It
only at Geddes Bros.
If you have had difficulty in finding
cold cream we would like to have you
try ours. 10c and 25c Jars. Newlin
Anyone desiring pears can
them by phoning to Red-932.
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PERSONALS,; ; Q
F. S. Bramwell Is In Baker City to
day on business matters.
Mrs. Eva King of Portland Is the
guest of Mrs. Ed. Eckley.
Mrs. L. F. Proebestel is enjoying a
visit by Mrs. E. M. Watts of Port
C. B. Cauthorn of La Grande, Is ov
er from that city to care for business
Interests. Pendleton East Oregonian.
A. R. Bodmer and Mr. and MrB. F.
D. McCully and Mrs. A. E. Johnson of
Joseph are In the city today. They
came to La Grande In Mr. McCully's
Overland car and expect to return
Salts modeled to salt the taste of the
that desires refinement In Us Clothes.
dignity and character In every detalL
All "freak and .glaring features avoided
Clothes for Gentlemen !
Fabrics in neat mixtures and
colorings of Grays, Oxfords and
a model of
experience In Clothes service gnaran.
fit In every Instance,
w ran nlease the Man who knows that quality
test of Clothes value.
OBSERVER. " FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 191C.
.or a ciiGoM
U A U K
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wright, parents
of J. K. Wright of this city have ar
rived from points In the weBt and will
remain here Indefinitely. ,
Fred B. Currey, secretary of the lo
cal fair association, was 'over from
Hot Lake today inspecting the work
of preparation for the opening next
Rev. Dr.. George 0. Haley, District
Superintendent Methodist Episcopal
church ran in from Cove last night
and departed for home-this morning.
He will be here for Sunday, October
Accompanied by Prof. N. J. -Man-
eager, the La Grande foot ball team
went to Enterprise this morning and
meets the Wallowa county high school !
team'tomorrpw afternoon. '
Mr. Chandler, the stock buyer, and
Don Myers, arrived home today from
Portland, where they went with a
shipment of stock last Tuesday. ,
The names of C. W, P. Elsworth,
democratic ' nominee for7 the office of
Justice of the peace in the La Grande
district, and John Hodgins,v demo
cratic nominee for the office of dls
trict attorney were inadvertently left
out of the complete liBt' published
yesterday. Their names should have
Joe Clemens, game and Abb warden
of Union and Wallowa counties is -In
the city today conferring wfth the
state rame warden who IB in the
TTJXEJUL NEXT SUNDAY.
Ladd Child Will be Burled Saturday
Afternoon at 2 O'clock.
The remains of Frances May Ladd,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. John Ladd,
will he laid awav next Saturday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock from the fam
ily residence. , Death followed a com
pllcalton of bowel diseases. Attention
Is called to the correction in date of
Uncle Sam holds examinations for
railway mail clerk, postofllce clerk
or carrier, custom house and depart
mental clerks. Prepare at once for the
Thousands of appointments are to
he made. Common school education
is all you need; city and country peo
pie have equal chance. Start to pre-
oare now free Information. Free
scholarships this month. Write 1m
mediately to Central Schools. Dept
945 Rochester, N. T,
The following animals have been
impounded by me:
One old brown mare, branded S. S.
connected on left shoulder. Has a bell
on. One little old white pony branded
lazy H on righ hip. Has shoes on.
One old sorrel work horse branded P
on left shoulder. Has a halter on
and 'bad scar on left hind foot One
little bay mare with Inverted 7 on
right shoulder, about three years old.
O. W. FERRIS, Poundmaster.
"Can be depended upon" Is an expression
we all like to hear, and when it soused in
connection with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy it means tV
never fails to cure diarrhoea, djsentt
bowel complaints. It is pleasant to ta e
i equally valuable for children ana i
MEN WAjrrEDiV 5 Tmmnmwwm onsly, "I've called' to
Ballroad Man Clerks S 1 11 JAUI:.:U. a -anats out or we
tn K14M a Tear. rA nUVCIIIJIIIU i nwu, repuraoia
- maoe cqbx9 across- t
A S3 A 11
AJfD SCALP WOODED.
Trying to Escape from Steel Bridge
bnt Was Hit by Engine.
Struck by a moving passenger train
while trying to escape across the steel
bridge at Oro Dell, Tony Guldo, a
Greek laborer, is in the hospital to
day with one leg broken at three dlf-
ferent places and severe scalp wounds
aside from several other minor in
Juries. v" .' ',
The Greek heard No." 1, the local
passenger coming around the bend
and Btarted to reach a place of safe
ty on the west end of the bridge. En-.
gineer Norby saw the man only after
it was .too late,, and notwithstanding
the fact that the emergency brakes
were applied, the engine struck the
man midrlft. He was hurled a con
slderable distance and when picked
up was found to he so badly injured
that he was hurried to the hospital
where Doctors Bacon and Hall at
tended him. , , ,
Mrs. Pane Born, who 'for the past
two months had been visiting at the
home of Mrs. C. A. Logue of this city
died in the Snodgrass sanatorium
Sunday morning at 1:25 o'clock after
a brief Illness of one week, suffering
with acute Bright'B disease. Her hus
band arrived Sunday morning and ac
companied the b6dy to the home of her I
childhood and parents, Fort Garland, I
Colorado. : 1 ' ' '
FOR SALE 500 sheep, Waiter Glenn,
R. F. D. No 2. ,
WANTED Place on ranch by man
and wife, no children. Prefer . place
where owner la leaving for the winter.
Call or address H. Cllne, 205 Green
wood.St Ind. phone 497, La Grande.
FOR SALE Modern six room house.
Ordinary sized lots. Inquire at 707
Foutrth street or call Red 10J1.
FOUND A bunch o' keys. Owner can
get same by paying for ad.
FOR SALE Driving team, will sell
one horse or both. Home Ind. Tel. Co.
GIRL WANTED For general house
work. Wages $5. Mrs. T. J." Scroggin,
Washington and Fourth streets. '-
FOR RENT A five "room house
with or without bath. Long lease ten
ant desired. Call Black 1532.
LOST A bunch of keys'. Inquire at
this office. : - ; . 6t
i- - H ' f tlflfl Cf ff 3 -Sir." beean Lord
- ' 5 . . . 2 datuchtera hand in
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LOST Black and white setter pup
about six months old. Plain leather
collar. Occasionaly answers to the
. name of "Dick." Reward. C. O. Ram
; Willie W. Wright of Allcel and Miss
Mattie Comstock of Cove, were united
In marriage, September 30th, 1910,
at the Foley hotel. Arthur C, Will
iams, Justice of the Peace, officiat
ing. Both are well known young peo
ple and have a host of friends who
I wish them much happiness. They will
make their home in Union county..
Weighty Propositions. .
The ark was thirty days out V
"Ton and your, wife must be prtvV.
leged anlmala," growled Mr. Hyena,
glaring at Mr. Elephant "All the rest
of the bunch are on abort rations, out
I notice you're still drawing regulation
sited meal. There must be a reason,"
"There Is." replied the elephant: Mwe
threatened to rock the boat if our
meals lost any weight!" Illustrated
Sunday Magazine. vv- -t . r
Balling- in a eradla song
To Lullaby Land. LuilaDy ina,
Tho landman tteert us sate along
With steady hand, with steady nana.
Baby Is the first to spy V " '
Tho Lullaby shore, tho Lullaby shore.
The sandman winks a knowing- eye
And plies his oar, and piles his oar.
Kow we've reached the Lullaby Land,
Where dream trees grow, where a ream
And shadow people, hand in hand.'
Come and go, corns ana to
-Philadelphia North American.
V Shopping Passion.
The new bride was telephoning to
, the Iceman.
"How much do yon want?" he ask
"Oh," and she stopped to think.
piece about ten Inches long and four
wide, Just enough to keep this dear
little steak till Archie comes home to
loach." Buffalo Express.
A Mistake. ;
The little cares that fretted me,
. I lost them yesterday '
Among the fields above the sea.
Among the winds at play.
Elisabeth Barrett Browning.
That is to say. I thought you know.
That 1 had lost them then.
The girl was only flirting, though,
And they came back again.
, Chicago Record-Herald.
charitable, so here's $5 for you."
Catholic Standard and Times.
. Anticipating the Event.
"What was yon askin for the wld
der'a bonnet, mum T"
"Well er I thought nlnepence."
"E's very ill, mum. I think IH risk
ft" London Tatler. .
'fp 'fp 4' 4j ,
During the long evenings to come you will appreciate a X
Most people want
and this is the most favorable time to take up tbls X
jos, Etc. We hp ve good g" di in this line and we sell them
at right prices. Drop in and talk It over,
' Edison Phonographs, Victor Phonographs.
DIFFERENCES IN FOGS.
Mist and London doom
Nothing In Common.
The tog of London and the fog of
the sea alike discompose traffic, and
omnibuses and steamships alike have
had to lay to for safety. But while
the London fog gets Into your Inmost
room and baffles even the electric light
though the candle comes ont trlum-
sea does not disturb the saloon or the
stateroom, ..Why Is thatT
The word "fog" has not been traced
farther back than the sixteenth cen
tury, but the thing was known la the
early years of the fourteenth. The
commons, with the prelates and nobles
visiting London for the parliaments
and on other occasions, united to peti
tion Edward L to compel the burning I
only of dry wood and charcoal, as the'
growing use of sea coal corrupted the
air with its stink and smoke, to the
great prejudice and ' detriment of
health. In 1308 the king pronlbltea
the use of coal Heavy ransom and
fines were Inflicted for disobedience.
In the case of recalcitrant brewers, dy
ers and other artificers the furnaces
and kilns were destroyed. But the re
striction was evidently removed, for in
1808 1250 probably equal to about
$4,000 now-was paid from the ex
chequer for wood and coal for the
coronation of Edward IL London.
HEIGHT HELPS HIM.
Connie Mack's great height 1
may be the means of the Ath-
etics winning uw penuam uus 4
year. Connie admits this him
self. : "' i":-
All American league managers
agree that the dugouts in the
new ban parks worked a 'hard
ship on them. They were accus
tomed . to sitting on a bench
about three feet above the
ground, from which point of
vantage they could watch the
signs of the opposition.
With the new ball parks came
dugouts, which dropped the
manager and player about three
feet lower than the ground level.
Their beads no longer towered
high -and dry above the plays
pulled; off : on the diamond. The
generals Just bad to about learn
the game' over again.
The Athletics' leader was not
handicapped as much as the''
T other team bosses, as he is some
tall, and he managed to get wise
to the doings long before the
others. Connie's players say his
keen vision helped him mate
Maud Muller on 'a summer's day
Raked the meadow sweet with hay.
You'd hardly expect t girl, you know.
In summer time to be shoveling snow,
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to learn to play on some instrument
Remember that we have ;
Violins, Mandolins, Gultprs, Accordions, Flutes, Ban-! T
NEWLIN BOOK AND STATIONERY CO
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sey. Both phones.