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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
TUESDAYS DECEMBER 20, 1910.
as, nufs, candies
Use either phone.
H I I 1144 I' . t -r-
in order to make room I
have reduced the price
on Wall Paper
10 to 50
Many choice patterns as
low as 7 l-2c double roll
paper cut in two
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If his vision could have extend
ed far enough into the haze of
evolution to foresee the ultimate
triumph of lncandesant electric
lighting the GENERAL ELEC
TRIC MADZA LAMP. '
The sage old phlosopher flew
his kite during a thunder storm.
, and by means of a key attracted
and discovered electricity, but
, evolution decreed that modern
inventive genius should discover
an incandescant lamp that is
' revolutionising artificial light
THE GENERAL ELECTRIC
MADZA LAMP gives nearly
three times the light of the or-,
dinary carbon IncandeBcant
. and costs no more to operate. In
addition to this it gives light of
a vaatly superior quality a
clear white light like the sun's .
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Everywhere people are having
their houses wired for electric
light since the invention of the
, GENERAL ELECTRIC MADZA
LAMP.. It has made electricity
' as cheap as It is convenient
Come in for a moment today and
let us prove to your tntire sat
isfaction that there is uo longer
possible excuse for you to be
. without the greatest of ' all
household conveniences elec-
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Lkht and Power
ase pending (nVSQaffl10
i in mexlci
O- PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORT.
N - - $
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
S. M0L1T0R, M. D. ruyslclan and
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
' Depot street Office. Main 68; Resi
dence 69. ' . ;
r H. UPTON. Ph. G. M. D. Physician
and surgeon. Special attention ic
Bye. Ear, Nose and Throat Office
in La Grande'NaUonal Bank Builu'
'ng. Phones: Office Main 2, Real
den ce Main 32.
. L. TilCI'.AKPSON Physician an
surgeon. Office Hours: 2 to 5 p. in
except Sunday. Sunday by appolni
meats. Telephones: Office, Blaci
1362; Ind. 355; residence, Mala 55,
itlO. W, ZIMMERMAN Osteopatt
Physician. Somnier Bldg., Rooms 7
S, 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332
Pacific, Main '63, Residence phone
Black D51. Successor , to Dr. C. E
)R. M. P. MENDELSOHN Doctor ol
Fitted and made to order. All er
rors of Refraction Corrected. HOE
Adams Ave. Foley" Hotel Bldg. Lv
Grande. Oregon.' v
'IR. II.. L. UNDERWOOD and . DR
DORA J. UNDERWOOr-Office ov
er Wright Drug store. v Special at
tention paid to diseases and surger;
of the eye. ' ;,; ,1''. " -
' Phones Office Main 22; residence.
Main 728. '
I C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist Room
' 23, La Grande National Bank Build
' lng. Phone Black 399.
DR. R. L. UNCOLN. DENTIST Firs.
', class services given. Office over Lil
ly's Hdw. store. Phone Black-451.
OR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary 8ur
Vgeon. Office at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, ReJ
701; Office phone, Black 1361; Inde
pendent phone 53; both phones a)
ATTORNEYS AT LATT.
lOCHRAN & COCHRAN Attorneys:
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran. La Grande National Bank
Bldg., La Grande, Oregon, w
T. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at Law,
Practices in al lthe courts of the
State and United States. Office in
'' La Grande National Banc BldgM La
D. W. C NELSON Mining Engineer.
Baker City, Oregon.
C. a WILSON Teacher of'.." Violin.
Call any time at 801 Main ave
nue. , ' - -v.-
LENA McREINOLDS Teacaer of Pi
ano and Voice Culture. At 142f
Washington Avenue on Wednesda
and Saturday. Telephone, on tbesi
dates to Red-1122.
When pnr feet are wet and cold, and
our body chilled through and through from
xpotnre, take a big dose of Chamberlain's
Uongh Uemedy, bathe your leei in noi
water before going to bed, and yon are nl
most certain to ward off a severe cold. Foi
tale by all dealers. ' ,
Want ad? nay, one cent word.
OF ALL KIHDS
Royal Grocery I
Don't forget our bread is made
by the Sanitary bread mixer
800 loaves every 15 minutes. "
were Uiacotu geu mjum..
v LOCAL TTEATIiEb
o o o o o o o
At the Ori'lPnm .
For the beginning of the holidays
Manager Gardinier has booked, all
hcadliners for the performance this
week. Owing to the late arrival ct
Weiser & Weiser, the first number on
the program was ommltted. This
team made the jump from Melson, B.
C Jim Smith, the Chinese Imperson
ator, was as near a real Chink as an
American could get and got the glad
hand from the audience for his clever
Impersonations. His monologue work
was the best that has been seen here.
Willis & Estella, novelty entertainers
nrid ventroloquists were also head
liners and their work was clever and
Reserves especial mention. Over , the
Fiver Charlie, a fill in act of a dissec
To the Public
;The Paris Hair Store will open up
special hair manufacturing' depart-
,'lt,ni nd &I1. we.avlns ued. tu' w.m I
Satisfaction. Miss Marie Swann, late
f Cos Angeles, Cal., is now located
it this store. We do private work by
THE US' HI STORE
i09 Fir Street La Graaje, Ore.
Dr. W. H. Keating
The Well Known
again in the city
and is kept very busy, as so many
have been waiting for this noted
specialist to visit, here to have prop
er glasses fitted, as they run no
chances of being misfitted, lie" has
rtth him a special grinding outfit
so you can have your glasses thf
same day, or in two hours' notlco, af
ter having your eyes examined and
and carries the latest Instruments
for testing the eyes. No guecs work
in fitting glasses with the use of
these Instruments. So dont fall to
see him about your eyes or glasses
this visit if you are having trou
ble with them. If glasses are requir
ed they are fitted scientifically, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Call and
let jhlm give you references, 'of the
may satisfied people who are war
ing 'glasses fitted by him in La
Grande. ';, '. .
Jfow at CCOXITELL Rooming House.
The cuffs on your shirt
have the proper shape if
done on our Press Ma
chine. .V ,, :,
Gall and see
how it's done
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ting room '.t which Jim. Smith an an
Irishman was the feature. Weiser and
Weiser, the comic gymnasts will be
seen at this evening's performance.
At The Isis.
The reels change tonight at the Isls
popular picture house. The Rough
Riders Romance proved a very popu
lar picture to theatregoers. It taugh
a lesson, therein men Reckon not on
the depth of a woman's love. Such
tragedies as pictured by this is hap
pening every, day. . The Widow of Mill
Creek Gulch' was another' popular
reel. The rough playfulness of the
miners proves the old ax'.oum that af
ter all, men are just grown up boys.
Tonight a complete new change of
pictures will be seen, which Manager
Sherwood says will be up to the usual
high standard. For particulars see the
house adi . , ;
Kotlee te Stockholders.
Notice is hereby given to the Stock
holders of the United States National
Bank of La Granda. Oregon, that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the said bank, will be held their
banking house in La Grande, Oregon,
1 on Tuesday, January 10th, between
the hours of 10 a. m.
the purpose of transacting any other
business that may come before the
meeting. . . ', : ;
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
sixth day of December. 1910. i
T. J. SCROGQIN. Cashier.
'' .''. -: .Kotlce. ; "V
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual stock-holders meeting of the
Cove State Bank will be held at their
office In Cove, Oregon, on Tuesday,
January 10th, 1911 at the hour of 2
p. m, for the purpose of electing offi
cers for the ensuing year and such
other business that may properly
come before said meeting.
G. A. STOCK, Cashier.
Dec S Jan. 10.
Treaiurer's Call for Oty Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that there
are now funds on hand to ipay all out
standing warrants issued on General
Fund of La Grande City, up to and In
eluding . No. 8474. endorsed Aug. 13,
1909. :- ''; .
Interest on all warrants on General
Fund from No. 8311 to No. 8474 inclu
slve ceases from this date. .
La Grande, Oregon Dec. 17. 1910.
, RAY W. LOGAN. "
" City Treasurer.
Covers from 60 cts
to Three Dollars
L. C. Smith-La Grande
M. L Leader
; RED 3762
Draying of All Kinds
. UtS fidsms An
LA GRANDE, - ORE
a new suit
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Our Haberdashery Department is,
aglow with choice and exclusive .cre
ations that would make the most ap
propriate of Christmas Gifts for any
Man, any Touug Man or any Boy.
Keckwear, Gloves, Shirts,, Jilght
fiobes and Pajamas, . House Coats,
Bath Robes, '' nosierr, Collars and j
Cuffs, Mufflers, Shirt Protectors, Sus-
PRICES MODERATE ALIVAVS
1 ,''.. SBSSSSBSSSiiB
, ; S. A. GARDINIER, Prop, and Mgr.; .
WEEK BEGINNING DECEMBER U2
WEISEB & WEISER Comedy Acrobats.
JIM SMITH Chlense Impersonator. '
WILLIS & ESTELLE Austra Ha's Most YersaUIe and Novelty En.
tcrtalners. Tentrlloqulsts. : r
"SUBJECT FOR DISSECTION" A one act farce. -ryy."--:y,t
Cast Dr. Sawbones Mr. Doubles. , ;:'v'.':'''.;: -''
Charles Sweet Mr. Willis. ; ' ' ( "
Pat Jim Smith.
Kitty Miss Estelle. ;;: i: : ' . 'v.-. '.'
Evening Price 15 and 25c Poxes S0T
HEW PEOPLE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
Matinees Wednesdays-Saturday sSundays, 2 o'clock and all Holiday
r ' f Matinee Prices, 10 and 15c
for All mms of
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1316 'Adams Avenue t
GEORGE PALMER, PRes. - ; v ' P. J. HOLMES, YIc Pres. !
W. L. BBENH0LTS, Asst. Cash, EARL ZUNDEL, 2d Asst Cash.
- iV- 1 ": I' F. L. MEYERS .Cashier P'M XV-' " ':. ';: : 7
of La Grande, Oregon
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000.00
GEORGS PALMER, W. L..BRESH0LT9
TT. J. CHURCH F.L. METERS
P. J. HOLMES W. M. PIERCE
With our ample resources sud facilities we caa renaer you ef3
dent service tad handle your business to yeur entire satisfaction.
ponders, Umbrellas, Underwear,
Handkerchiefs, etc, etc
lOur Haberdashery is not the kind
that confronts you everywhere.
We show exclusive styles froia the
best manufacturers that will be ap
preciated because It shows Its caste
at a glance, ,
RIST I ANS O N'S
C C. PENIXGT0X
W. D. CLEAYER '
y F. M. BYRIT ,