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LA GliANDE, UNION COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911.
FEB; ill 8 o'clock stisrp
HOSE STATE HOST
(Continued from page one)
great hall of the state arsenal, wherj
the banquet will take place, haa been
elaborately decorated. Five thousand
American Beauty -roses and thousands
of branches of artificial foliage have
been .used in the decorations.
During his -brief stay in the city
the President will be '.'the guest of
Governor Deneen. The - presidential
party will arrive In the city about' 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and the
president will speak an hour later in
the hall of the house of representa
tives at the state capitol. Eight o'clock
in the evening is the hour-fixed for
the banquet to begin. In addition to
President Tart a number of ether dis
tinguished 'guests will attend, among
tberaM, W, Littleton of Ne--. York,
Senator S. M. Cullom and R. T, Ltn-
I nr nt C.hp'A"n. Tminndiiu-c-lv viffnr
the conclusion of the banquet :',. the
President will leave Springfield on the
return journey to Washington. ,;
do. to better our fruits and" orchards La Grande Observer this week wa3 er-! ..'- .... . . .
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any time now to prune your 'trees, f survived br father and mother and it " . ' ' POME TO ?
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uauguier as me report anrineo.
Rev. Dr. Alzamon Ira Lucas, Ph. D-The-
gifted adept will appear in Ori
ental and Occidental lecturer on Man,
His Relation to the Universe, will in
terest, Inspire and bonefit you, Doors
open at 7.30. Admission free. - , .
TIME TO PRUNE TREES
The Yaui Girl Pathe.
The Captain's Daughter Elli
son. ' . , '
Old Home-Gaumont ,
Cain and Abel,
Song A Girl for Yankee Doo
Admission 10 cents
County Fruit Inspector Issue Warn
ing and Advice to Fruit Growers. .
To-the Fruit Growers of Union Co.:
. I want to call your attention; to' the
fact that the pruning season i 3 now
close at hand, and in order to better
the condition of our orchards and to
raise a better grade of fruits; we as a
body have got to take better care of
our trees. ; '.:' '''"
Do better pruning better spraying
.and also better thinning- I am sorry
to say there are" plentyof old orch
ards around the valley that are In very
bad shape,' which will have to be
cleaned up this spring and if not done
at once will no doubt prove a great
lose to the fruit industry of our valley.
: Furthermore, I want to call' your
attention to the blight thai; spread last
year through the pear rees, and also
!in some apple orchards which provect
i to be very: bad, which, tn coming
I spring must be cleaned jult to ktep
from spreading any further.
, I shall make a tour of the valley
j at once, "and all' parties owning or
i having in charge any orchards In
j tested with anydiseases of any kind
1 will get strict orders to clean up Buch
j infested orchards at once. The laws
! are very strict in' regard to this mat
iter find I. hope that one and all will
ion t be afraid of getting out too
much brush out of our trees. Pile your
cuttings in some place where you
can burn them within thirty days from
time, said cuttings were' made. Don't
mlss the winter spray with lime and
sulphur. You cannot do anything bet
ter for-your orchards than to use
this spray for winter or early spring
use. Any person wishing any informa
tion in regard to these .Instructions
will be pieased to furnish the same
at once.-, .-. . : . . ' -' ;'.:.'
: L. STILLWELL, Fruit ? Inspector. " '
RISE IS RAPID
rrom District Manager to Head of
Circulation Department U Record
From, district manager, over three
couutlea to general circulation man
ager of one of the biggest papers in
Idaho is the rapid rise , of C. H. "
Urougbn, for, the past, year circula
tion manager in his district for the
Spokesman-Review, .but who has sign
ed a contract with the Boise States
man.. He leaves the first of next naomh
Boise to takecharge of the entire, cir
culation of , the Statesman and will
supervise the , expenditure of manv
thousands in a bitter campaign for
subscriptions "oing on, between rival'
papers in Boise. During Mr. Brougha's
Btay here he rounded out his educa
tion in the circulation business and
his training in Eastern Oregon will
stand him in good hand when he as-
ouiiim jiia luuioonwi auu ieapouBtoitt
duties.'' - ; ' '-;' . - .' ' !;,V :
Akunion Ira lewis. ; i .
The people of La" Grande will have
the .advantage of bearing for the first
time thl3 notsd east and west Indian
adept in sermons," lectures and feats
as performed by the Mabatraa of. the
Orient. This 'gifted lecturers who Is
po less' a . person than ai lawyer, phy
sisan and ordained minister has glv?n
up all his profession1 to teach "hu
manity the "Wonders of Man and His
Relation, to the Universe," His sue--cess
in the east and middle West haa
been phenomenal and every student
of science, . religion, psychology find
life, will be inspired and benefitted.
Champion I a Hummer.
Miss Belle Gordon, champion ba'
puncher of the entire world, who op
crates four bags with the same ea3e
as onv is now appearing at the Orpa
eum and adds inter?st to the flyin?
machine program. MI33 Gordon made
her' first appearance last 'night uud
was encored four times, each time put
tins' on something especially .good.
Mr. Barber, her.Uam mate is as clev
er with the violin as the best ever
seen on the stage here...' '.; ?..-
Special prices for the school child- 1 1
ren preail tomorrow afternoon at the
matinee. Ten cents will be the charge
for the special' attraction,' of" seeing
the flying machine. "'. '
Must make room for Shoe Dep't.
10c Linen lace .
yard . .
IX TWO MIXnES.
Error in Publtcntlon.
Cove, Feb. 10 (Special) Announce
KOi:smrXVmPXSVZSStCS&i 'tftlco an Interest to see what we' can Tment of the death of Ida Sjlla in the
Sl'ITS, COATS AMD
La Grande's Leading Dry Goods and Clothing Emporium
WE TEMPLE OF EC0H0MY OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Eai.v and Quickest Way to Break up
''.'. ,'" ",.,;. .; a Cold.
. : If you want Instant -relief from cold
in the head or chest, or from acute
catarrh ( try this; . .
. Into a bowl of boiling hot water
pour a teaspoenful of Hyomel, ( pro
nounce it High-o-me) hold your head
over the bowl and cover .head and
bowl with towel. Then breathe the
pleasant, penetrating, antiseptic va
por deep into the lungs, over tha sore,
raw, tender membrane, and most grat
ifying relief will come In a few min
Utes. . :...-;-' ,:-..- -
Dragglsts everywhere will sell a
bottle of Hyorsel for 50 cents; Ask for
extra bottle of Hyoniei inhalent. .; ; '
. Don't be stubborn.. Don't be preju
diced. There is not a particle of mor
phine, cocaine, or any lujuiious or
habit forming drug in flyomei. .
. Give it a trial at Newlin's Drug Co's.
risk. They guarantea it.'It i3 ,ruadi of
eucalj'ptu3 and other grand antisep
tics. 'It will chase away the misery
of catarrh or any. affliction of the
nose and throat la 'a few 'minutes.;'
You can et a trial sample free by
writing Booth's Hyomei.Co., Buffalo,
X. Y.- Feb. 10 March S. ,; ',,; .-."
To Honor Confederate Jlotliers.
' Jacksou, Miss., Jeb. 10 In all th
public schools i of ' Mississippi, today
was set as:de for the celebration 01!
"Monumeni Day? when historical ex
rcises were held and contributions of
fered by the teachers and pupils in aid
of the fund that is being raised for
the erection of a magnificent monu
ment' to the memory of the Confeder
ate Mothers of the state. '
U bothers a great many merchants to know what to do in February, to
keop up interest. It is a little early to expi-ct much Spring custom,, and so late
in J,e season that talk of Winter stuiYs ows tiresome to customers.
. We have decided on a compromise this February between the stoir
ani our . eustomera. We havo bought small sprinklings of advance showings in
various lines of merchandise. These goods will be placed on display and sale at
oivc and each day thereafter as they arrive. And the Winter stuff pardon ns
for mentioning it will be condensed into bargain lots here and there at prices
lm.ch lower than wholesale. As the assortment of each bargain lot decreases
to an uninteresting ebb it will be thrown into another bargain lot collection at
a still lower price. Thus you see that evi-r dav during February at this store
wi!' be an exhibition of new Spring arriv ,1s and a special sale dav of bargains
GREAT BIG BARGAINS. We, will be able to tell you specitieallv of some
of i hese in our future advertisements; .r whether you see it in our d or not.
come to the store with the surety that vv; w ill see new arrivals nearly every
dav in Spring Novelties and Styles and a host of bargain lots that spell eebii-
oinv. . -
All in all, we know we are in a position, and can and will do better by von
with youfor you, than any other store within a reasonable radius of this
Bench $ho wat TM Monte.
' Del Montreal.. Feb. 10 The an-,
nual bench show of the Del MoutJ
Kennel . Club opened today , aud will
continue over tomorrow. The exhibi
tion this year exceeds . all of the pre
vious shows here, both in tha number
and high class of the entries. The ex
hibits include . ; prize-winning dogs
I from many of the most muoas. ran-
ne'.s in the west. ' ; ; ' ,
Chttu?ed Iauaiter.i. ".',.- ;
nenry Kramlick of Spokane n.is
c.i ptea .tne. oisiruu s hsuv . -rbkesman
Review with he. .univters
nt La Grande and an courte" tlt-iwh
m in his work will be v '.; reclated
bj he Spokesman ueview .
C. H BREED, Circulation vyiv,
27rc r ibbons,
yard ..... .
12 l-2c Outing Flannel
12 1-2 and 15c Lawns,
Yard .......... ....
0c Corset- Cover. Em
broidery, yard . . ,
f 1.65 Lace
$2.00 Bed Spread,
each .... .i- ,
i.'c eo sneets'
each , .
$1.55.11-4 Cotton Blank. no
each ''.....'.'.". ..
$2.75 Woo. Nap
; .'l."c Ladies Wool
. Hose ..... . ... .. ,
10c Mans Hand
kerchiefs , .
10c Men's Wool
Socks .'. ...... .
75c Ladies Under
$125 - Ladies
wear . . . ,",
."Oc Ladies Undcr
Toe Lartlfcs Muslin
NiS'.'.t Gown . , .
35c Neckties .T.
2,'c Mens Wool
' Socks .......
15c Mens Cotton1
ti;c Mens Overalls
7".c Mt'ns Overalls
BIO GAME TOM GUT. .
Exciting Game of Basketball Certain
to Take Place This Evening.
Everything awaits the blowing of
the whistle tonight to call the Covj
and La Grande girls, on the floor for
the first big co-ed game of the sea
son here.. The Cove girls are far su
perior to Union, both in size, skill ard
endurance, end the local girls,, as a
matter of comparison, were barely
able to win from Union. Consequent.
!y much is at stake tonight for ha
championship of the county depends
largely on what la done tonight. Th
local girls nill line up as follows:
Calesta Love and 01iv Masse for
wards; Miss Topip, Center; Runa Ba
con and Ruth Cotner, guards; Elva
Groan, Idaho Billings, Serena Rohan.
utilities. . . ; ' ' .
An added attraction will be a game
between (he rooks and sophomore's
Remains Sent East
The remains of Mrs. Charles Baxter
(vho died yesterday of a complication
t diseases following the birth of a
child a few weeks previous, wers last
ilV shipped to SIlrer Bow, Montana
for r Interment Her husband and In
fant babe survive her.
50c Men's Under-
wear . .. ,
Chlldrens S&c Under
$1.00 Mens Flannel
Shirts .... ...a.
$1.50 Mens Flannel
(2.00 Mens Flannel
Shirts .... ......
50c Mens Cotton
75c Mens Sateen
, Shirts ........
$2.50 Mens Corduroy
7 Bars D. C
4 Bars XXXX
.Toilet Soap ...
3 Bars Go Toilet
Bakers Chocolate, wort
50c lb. this sale ....
SOc Eox Co
coa ....... ,.i
15c Box Co
10c Box Spice
5c Vanilla Ex
25c Lem n Ex-tract
25c Drip pans ....
15c Granite Pans
25c and 30c Granite
pans , .
Knives .-. .
25c Tea Spoons
40c Table spoons
set f. i , y . , . . . .
25c Wire Clothes
10c Sisal Clothes
5c tin Pie " '.
: plates ......
10c Steel Fry
: Pans ......
15c Steeel Fry
20c Steel Fry
25c Steel Fry
SOc Steel Fry
55c Steel Fry
10c Dust "Pans
COc Granite ; '
CofTee Pot ... ,
15c Tin Water
25c Gallon Pail
C5c Granite Pail
15c Lantern Globes
15c Lantern Globes
5c Water Glasses
15c 2 foot Rules
COc Butcher Knives
30c Shaving Brushes
25c Smoking Pipes
25c Ax Randies
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