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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1910)
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rc wrlf at Drag ua,
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'."w-?r.K UyJag. L. F. BtUlnier.
p):..l:e li KM ill.
A tsT: c t Christmas Scribner
ia i rfjroJuctloa in coiora of
Totrr rt&ft ty Jessie Wilcot Smith
rf'tft5.ii firorite childrea la Dick
er. Y sv.?t, tuca as Tiny Tim. David
fVirrrriSeia, rcl Dom&ey and Little
iTrfcsn TV-Tip. r
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1 ivt ! Crwer?y uwr-JMtecto.
,Tbe $ntVp:s twn.'rr'pF5i-
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Snwiihfc 13H.W f.vwi i4r
A special aoap sale Is now on at the
WV-ttt Drug ttora.
i LOCALS i
Col3 TSTtT'kkflgU'iaii &a
accurate thermometer so you can
watch the mercury drop? We've a big
stock of the accuraraklnd. You can
quote 'tnelr' figure' and" know you"re
rlrbt. 25c to $2.tf0. Newliri Drug Co.
Black AustrallaiTLyttx sets of beau
tiful Russian shawl, with magnificent
r c!?Si"7 irlSnCi n ii.ll Letlu
and tails ; lined with bhlrreJ satin;
worn a few times on stage by theatri
cal team nuw . leaving on Southern
tour;, practically new; cost $80.00 p
set; .sail, for $20.00 per set; will
send C, 0. D. allowing examination t;t
owner'B expense. Address their man
ager, Mauray Lleb.rs, 25 East 14 s..,
New York City. ......
II a prescription Is correctly writ
ten we can fill It, no matter what drug
gist name Is on the blank. It will be
PERSONALS. : fc
Mrs. J. J. Carr Is In Baker City
visiting friends today. -
Mrs. 'Mac 'Wood Is in the hospital at
Hot Lake this week. ,
P. A Bryant of Portland 1b 'stop
ping at the Sornmer today. ' ' - i i
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Hill ofAVcM
la Walla are guests at the Sommerf ;
--The German- Verejn, meeta.afialnji
A. C. Huntington who' das' be'eh ill
at the lake for some time is im
proved today, ' . ' '
Mrs. L. M. Hoyt and two daughters'
are guests with friends at Haines to'
day.- !,'.'.' ' ; " ;
7. U. Sargent is home from Port
land .where he transacted business
matters.'-' ' ''
Mrs. Grace Barrle and son, Renney,
returned to Hot Lake this" morning
after spending' yesterday here with
George Sclbird. the Union editor,
made his weekly visit to La Grande
today. . . ' ' ' '
Mr, and Mrs. V. L. Brenholts and
daughter left today for Los Angeles,
their future home.
25 and 50 cent Candieswill : be sold
Half a ton of fine chocolates
Honey Drips ): l, y Starlight Kisses
Cream Almonds Cream Wafers
Elite Creams Neyfr'Yorfc 'Cream
Cream Dates ; Cream Ki
Cocoa. Cubes ' Creani Caramels
Mapeline Fig Caramels Victoria Chocolates
Pee Wees Figolettes Jelica Creams
Wafers, Mixed Creams, t Gurrujfpps, , Praline Etc.
SYMIORST FUNERAL TODAY.
BE NOT MISLEAD
Remains of Man Killed
Wreck Laid Away
Funeral services over the remr'.c
of William Synhbrstl son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Synhorst were held this af
ternoon from the Presbyterian church.
Mr.; Synhorst was instantly killed in
the recent wreck at , Payette. , ,
Want ads pay. ono cent a word.
As Ihere are no extra
charges for examination of
your eyes: One charge' pays' "
for examination, frames 'nnd '
glasses'. The services' and'ina-'" .
terlals are far superior to any
In" the county. Dr. ' MonfliJl
sphn" carries the best stock
that can be purchased."
We have many people come
to us after they lime consul!
cd eje(ljtlit speclnllsts fo lie '
fitted Mlth (jliisscs. 5
We do not claim to know
' We do not grind evcrytiilnif.
We do not repnlr every
thlnir. , ,W1IAT WJ- DO KNOW. ,
!: Is how to, lit glasseb,iM-o
erly. Our 29 years practical
exper'.cnce euableB us to
in our factory, Costly Mater
ials and Skill in Making are
the conditions and ingre
dients that combine to make
.'" bo perfect a ' ' '
"PotroBu tin Modern Dealer
Modani Cenltctiomnr Co., Mln PrtUnd, 0rf M
O m O
trnn on y
1 1 1 n
: a oe . d aoir
it." .1 i n 1
" . SIRES :ANDS0NS. .
Fope Pius'X. la seveuty-flve years ot
ge. -. ', , ,,. ...
Dr. Teter Fischer, chief physician on
the steamship Kronprlnzessln Cecilie,
has crossed the Atlantic ocean 400
Senator Thomas 11. Carter was Mon
tana's first representative in congress
after a state was admitted. He bad
been a delegate before that. . ,
General Daniel C. Sickles was elect
ed president of the Military Medal of
Honor Legion at the annual conven
tion held in 1'ittsburg. The term Is for
Bradley Martin, Jr.. has closed bis
negotiations for the purchase of the
property of Herman B. Duryea' nt
Westbury, N. Y., and is now the owner
of .this superb estate In the heart of
the Meado.wbrook country.
The Rev. Tlionms ' Bowman, the pd
est living bishop of. the Methodist
Episcopal church and; chaplain of the
United States senate when Tresulent
Lincoln was assassinated.' recently eel
ebrated his ninety-third birthday. ' '
Lord Raylrigh Is noted among Brit
ish peers for haviug introduced a co
operntlve and profit sharing plan
among the laborers on his farms at
Terllng. Last year he divided more
than $3,000 as divUen'd.s among bis
men. ' " '
were: Gladys Osterling. Ethel Wright,
Jeanette Smfthi Ethel Hahley,' Louise
Roesch, 'Lottie Johes; iFlorence' Hap
persett, Mary Pennington, Clarence
Garrity, Clarence Bell, Stanley Carpy,
Milton Stoddard, Lee Reynolds, Rus
sell Ralston, Frank Ralston, Merlin
Ratley and Frank Earls.
Next Monday evening will be an
Important one, socially. The five
hundred teachers coming, here will
be tendered a reception at the Elks'
hall commencing at 8 o'clock and ev
ery one is cordially invited to be
present as a pleasant program will
be carried out arid' the manager s"are
desirous"oT hiving" alarge ' represen
tation of local people on hand. '
Fred 'T House ;and Clara . Shaffer
were united In 'marYlage this after
noon by County Judge Henry at the
court house. The bride and groom
were Union county people, and their
relatives live near Island City.
The Young Men's Mutual Improve-i
ment asSoclatlort of the" L. D. S.i
church gave a dancing party la"t
Friday evening. y
Next Tuesday ' the Tuesday Musi
cal meets with Mrs. George Bernie
as leader and the composer to be
studied is MacDowald.
The band dance last Wednesday
evening was a 'social success.' The
entire band officiated and the event
was quite 'largely attended.-
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Miss Irene Murphey entertained the
La Jaunesse club Wednesday even
ing. . . ,
people in;l'nlon and Wallowa
counties will testify to the,
permanent good we have reu
'deredthcin. Wherever you see Dr. Men-
' delsohn's name you can de-
Iend upon It that you are not
paying ' for hot air but that
you will' receive honest val
ue and skilled treatment. His
word is ns good as his bond
'Ask any business or profes
sional man In La Grande or
any' other city whero the Doc-
tor 'Is 'known.
' "All broken lenses replaced
Hhlle yon wait. Clinrgesj are ,
DR. M. P. "MENDKLSOHN,
DOCTOR OF OTTICS
iio'5 Adams avenue fo-
LEY HOTeL'BVILDING. -OFFICE
HOURS 9 to 12 m.
1 to 5 p. in. 1 ' '
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT.
Booth's Fresh j
! OYSTERS 1
Right Out of the Seal
DclU'Ilms vUth Sea Flavor,
because they have never touch.
J ed Ice or fresh water. Tliey are
never flat r brneUsh lll,e bulk
Oysters. Put np in Sterilied
J Small Cans Large Cans
60 cents 85 cents
The poet laureate is bringing out a
new poem, which is described as "Im
portant" It bears the imposing title
of "Achilles In Scyro."
Oswntrt Garrisir vi.:.m I. i resldeut
if the New. Yi;t .Xcui'.. Tot com-
pnnv r.aa n fr,..v,..; -onuu.:;t..r to ine
edituiiai ir'nums ufr'tju i "i"!'., Is a
grandson of :SVUIiain Lloyd iii.irt;'!,
r.K-imor Hallowell .'Abbott. ..Ul- au
thor, is u granddaughter of Jacob Ab
bott, who wrdte "The Uollo" books; a
daughter of the late Reri Edward Ab
bott, former editor of the Boston Lit
erary World, and a, niece of Dr. Ly
man Abbott. ' .... V
i Ouata Watanna. th? Japanese au
thoress, who lu private life is Mrsv
Bcrtrand Babcock, scorns to attend a
social affair unless it is given at night
The 'daylight she uses for golf, and
she spends most of her time on the
links when she t u-'t writing.
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i j Sale ' fev! Sale I v
i'-B'-;;tasiJ- Begins, f
f Tuesday . :M&f Tuesday J
t Nov:.25 - m?iMm Nov. 25 1
l "V TT- '! :r"'0 ''.'!" S-Vr'-A-.- .- .... ' .11 ' ' l
1 yur cllIsre, .MeKii
Utilizing th V.'rs's. , ',
"Why don't you grow l. i r on youi
"Soil is too thin. I guess."
"Did you ever try beans?"
and Cut Glass
In order to iitiakfe
more room for our
Notions, Ladies &-
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His lines w ere cast In pleasant places .
So 'twill be understood, ' '
As It must be In nil such cases, :
The fish were biting good.
Pattison Bros, j
Use either phone i
SOCIETV. (OMlM'Kl). f
(Continued from Tage SevenH
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. Miss Naomi Klrtley, daughter of !r.
II. Klrtley, was hostess last evening
nt a very jpleasant party for some of
her young friends, at what is iloaig
nated ns a "Cut-ui" party. The tnfr
tsinnent vrf unique. The guests
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