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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1910)
The Legacy Edison.
The Conspiracy f Pontiac Ka
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Unselfish Love Vltagraph.
Beautiful dishes given te lady
patrons of the matinee. See dis
play In lobby.
I LOCALS I
Vacuum carpet cleaning, Uklcg up,
sewing and laying. L. F. Bllllnger,
phones Red 662. and Red 141.
Read OregonThe last oall of the
West, by Walter V. Woe&lke. Beauti
fully Illustrated la four oolors la Nov
ember Sunset magazine. Now en sale,
all news stands, IS cents.
The Ladies of the Baptist church
will hold a cooked food sale at Rug
gers meat market Saturday, Oct :
All patent medicines advertised In
this paper are for sale by the Wright
For ealeJVplanlng mill and box
factory In running condition, 1 acre
ground will sell at half price. Apply
J. M. Hlrsh, Union, Ore.
The Oreen-eyed Monster is headed
toward Oregon. If it continues to trav
el at the present rate of. speed It
should arrive about the end of next
week. Look out for It.
Boy wanted to carry -water, $1.50
per day. Apply to Rlenn Smith, ditch
foreman on sewer construction.
Local manager wanted for the Ore
gon Oxygenator Co. to the right party.
li'qj. 'hit y" V y'M
THE MAN WHO CARES
We don't appeal to the Man who Is cot at all particular about his
Clothes to whom a Suit is a Suit, a Hat is a Hat, a Tie is a Tie, and
one thing will answer as well as a nother no one need take any pains
for that sort of Man.
WE APPEAL TO THE MAN WHO IS VERY PARTICULAR
ABOUT WHAT HE WEARS ABOUT THE FIT, THE STYLE,
AND WITHAL THE PRICE!
We appeal to Men who know what they want, and won't take any
thing else, Men who are up-to-date and dress accordingly. 1
By this class of Men our smart Suits, our elegant Overcoats and
our correct Haberdashery, at reasonable prices, are appreciated.
HANDSOME NEW MODELS IN FALL SUITS MM to $3M0
CHOICE OVERCOATS IN ALL CORRECT STYLES . . . .$12.60 to $25.00
Hats From the Best Hatters and Exclusive Haberdashery From
Makers With a Wide. World Beputatton.
1150 per' month -4m ' mnri"w.:
firs class reference.
See Mr. Wilson
v. Hotel Foley.
THE OREGON OXYGENATOR CO.,
Portland, Oregon. ... -.
A free lunch will b furnished at tke
Lee Furgaaon sale tomorrow. This, Is
one of the most Important sales of the
fall and a large attendance is expect
4 PERSONALS. A
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J. M. Lane of Chicago, is stopping at
J. Campbell of Baker City is at
the Sommer today.
J. H. Bryant of North Powder is a
guest at the Sommer.
C. E. Young, a prominent citizen Tf
Enterprise is at the Foley today.
Arthur Hallgarth and wife of Elgin
are registered at the Foley today.
J. B. McKennon and L L McKen
non of Alicel were In the city today.
Mrs. Lily Bare and family of Enter
prise is staying at the Sommer to
day. Bert Wilson the 0. R. & N. detec
tive is here today transacting tauri
nes. J. M. Selder, county commissioner
from Cove is stopping, at the Foley
J. R. Porter, proprietor of the Home
hotel at Hilgard is In the city this af
R. H. Atkinson spent yesterday at
the Furgason sale furthering his con
R., W. Rice aid family and Mrs. Ll
D. Datson of Prairie City are stay
ing at the Sommer today. -
H. Westham, Charles Palmer and E.
N. Newbeng of Portland are stop
ping at the Sommer this afternoon.
M. S. Romig, Roy Romlg and E. A.
Burke comprise a party of Moscow
people staying at the Sommer this
E. C. Quirk representing the J. A.
Roebling Sons Co., of Portland, who
manufacture wire rope, is stopping
at the Foley.
J. D. Stack, one of the high officials
of the 0. R. & N. passed through La
Grande this morning on his way to
Huntington on a tour of Inspection.
. B. B. Dudley, formerly grade fore
man with the Warren Construction
company here is registered at the Fo
ley today. He is here from The Dalles
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AT OUR W
pt Clothiers and
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THE OflDQJDEN D50JLE (CdDD IP ANTf
where he has Just completed an im
Jerry P. Rusk passed through the
city this morning on his way to North
Powder where he will look after his
Interests relative to the Joint senator-
H. B. Davlhlzer was the "crier" at
the Furgason sale yesterday at which
a large number of people were pres
ent. The sale was a very successful
one. ' -
J. J. Carr is in Joseph today to bid
on a contract for supplying the seats
for the new school house there. There
are several Northwest furniture men
in Joseph today on the same mjseion.
Chief of Police John W. Walden,
Claude Walden and Jim Mulholland
are home from a hunting trip through
the woods In the region of Ladd Can
yon. They brought two deer home
Mrs. Clara Lyle has written to Mrs.
A. W. Worstell from Vienna saying she
was about to start for Italy. She sent
some time In Vienna, but liked Munich
much better. Such sights and treats as
the European art galleries, Wagner's
masterpieces by the beet singers of
Europe have been her fortune while
on the tour.
LOCAL PEOPLE SELL OUT.
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin Expect to
to go to Portland to Lfre.
Mr. end Mrs. James Martin who for
the past two years have resided at
1604 Washington street yesterday
through the Geo. H. Currey Real 'Es
tate Agency sold their property and
expect to move to Portland where Mr.
Martin will engage In business. '
Mr. Currey a few days ago sold the
S. C. Steward 80-acre farm three miles
north of Union to W. L Evans who re
sides north of La Grande, the consid
erations being $7200, $90 per acre. Mr.
Evans will move to his new home dur
ing the next two weeks.
COUET 15 SESSION.
Little Business to Transact at the Nov.
ember Term of Court.
County court convened this morn
ing and during the day auditing bills
was the only matters transacted. The
docket calls for but little of the rou
tine this month.
Morrison Drank Again.
C. L. Morrison who' was arrested
two days ago on a drunk and disor
derly charge, was thrown in Jail again
last evening on a similar charge.
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Bruce Denni s, '
Edltcr and Owner.
Entered at the postofflce at La Grande
as second-class matter.
Published Dally Except Sunday.
Daily, single copy , 60
Oallf, per week 16c
Dally, per month 66c
This paper will not publish an ar
ticle appearing over a nom de plame.
Signed articles will be revised uub
ject to the discretion of the editor.
Please sign your articles and save
THE HOME RULE BILL.
The advocates of prohibition are
zealous in their attempt to defeat the
Home Rule bill. Why? Does not the
Home Rule bill extend to them oppor
tunity for continuing local option, the
only difference from the present sys
tem being in the size of the unit
whether it shall be county or city. .
There is positively no reason why
a city should not control all of Its
institutions Including the people .whof j
dispense liquor. One thing is certain
if the cities are given that right there
will be a Btrlct regulation for then re
sponsibility will rest where it belongs
upon a city administration and It
will be up to the local community to
clean Itself up and keep itself cleanly.
Opponents to this measure say this
will not be done. How do they know?
Are they not presuming a good deal
when they assume that a city council
will not look after this much better
and bring better results than a coun
Here Is the essence of the whole
matter: Liquor .will be sold, either
legally or Illegally. That Is admitted
by all. Now, the next step is to regu
late matters so that some one la re
sponsible for the sale of liquor. Ad
opt a measure that will bring a bar
keeper to time when he sells liquor to
a boy, to a confirmed drunkard or
to anyone whose name has been list
ed with him. Make this so strong that
the first violation will cause a cancel
lation of license, and then you have
the liquor traffic regulated so that
some one is responsible for misdeeds.
As conditions are now there is posi
tively no responsibility.
PROSPEROUS COLORS AND' PROS
PERITY have much in common and are f re
The up-dateness of shade, cut and style
of your suit or overcoat certainly does much
to recommend you to favorable notice. v
GOOD TASTE, GOOD STYLE AND
PROSPEROUS COLORS ALL COMBINE 4
IN CAMPUS CLOTHES. They are author-
itive and exclusive, made by specialists in 4
New York City where the best styles orig- 4
inate, noticeably different, but not freaky, 4
out offense to reasonable conservatism.
IDEAL CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN
AND OLDER LIEN WHO WISH TO
PROSPEROUS COLORS are light and
chearful crrflvn nlAajacmt CCmbilLitiC!i;j cf
black and whi'teVwarm rich and ruddy
brown, and the always , dependable ! blue
shades; all are represented in our FALL
SHOWING OF CAMPUS CLOTHES.
Every CAMPUS garment is warranted
for fit, style and wear by the Manufacturers.
Let us show you the new PROSPERITY
SHADES. CAMPUS styles wiU.suit you.
Our reasonable prices for such good mer
chandise will please.
WANTED Four or five ironers and
mangle girls at once. A. B. C. Laun
dry. . .WANTED Position by a man as
cook and wife as helper. Camp pre
ferred. Call at Observer office. tf
WANTED Responsible party to
take the agency of Union and Wallowa
counties for the Phelps Carbide Feed
Acetylene Generator "for Individual
For further particulars write Ore
gon Acetylene Lighting Co., Inc.
230 1-2 Tamhell st. Portland, Ore. '
FOR RENT Six rooms unfurnish
ed. Phone Main 89, 6t
In boring a cc-ueb. medicine, don't be
afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
There b no danger from it, and relief it sure
to follow. Especially recommended for
winrrVia ts1?a arts) MtiAAnirtiVAAiinK
cooghi, colds and whooping cough.
GEORGE PALMER, Pres.
F. h HOLMES, Vlce-Pres.
OF LA GRANDE, OREGON
United States Depository
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000.00
geoesi ruga w. r bsexholts c. c. ramraiox
W. J. CHTJSCH F. I. METERS CL L CLEAVER
F. HOLMES W. M. PIERCE F. M. BTREIT
tTKa ear aaple Ktavees and faefllties we can render joi efficient
service and handle yttr binlies to year entire satisfaction.
Want ads pay, one cent a word. J
: : The Up-Building i I
of This Bank i
Is due to the fact that we have
ample capital and that we have
adhered to a policy wnva has
been conservative, yet aloug
progressive lines. We offer to
our customers modern facilities
for the prompt and proper tran
saction of their financial affairs;
ample vault and safe room for
storing and safe-guarding of
their money, notes, Insurance
policies and other valuable pap
ers and such liberality of treat
ment as is consistent with pru
YOUR account is cordially soil
cited. ;:TIiSUnited States!
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W. L. BBEKHOLTS, Asst. Cash.
' EARL ZUNDEL, td list Cash.
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